Re: PC audio with Quickcam

David Winet (dwinet@qal.berkeley.edu)
Tue, 29 Aug 1995 07:34:31 -0700 (PDT)


There are lots of laptops with soundcards. Now if you can get a wireless
modem, or even a way to hook into, say, public phones on the street, you
can be a roving TV studio.... right?
David Winet

On Tue, 29 Aug 1995, Ian Carr-de Avelon wrote:

> Dear All,
> I have been thinking about what the advantages will be when we can
> get the Quickcam for the Windows version. Obviously we won't need to rip the
> PC appart to move the digitiser card to another office, or take it home. A
> major advantage could be that you can use CU-SeeMe with laptops, which don't
> have an expansion slot for a digitiser card, but how would that leave you
> with audio?
> Does the Quickcam built in microphone simply have a jack-plug for
> the sound card? Are there laptops available with a built in sound card?
> Yours
> Ian
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