voice at 14.4 on the Mac

Steven Taubman (sjt@GFDL.GOV)
Tue, 29 Aug 1995 16:07:12 -0400 (EDT)


I just discovered a product called NetPhone (http://www.emagic.com/)
for the Macintosh which professes to provide high quality, full-duplex
voice communication at 14.4 kbps over the internet. In addition, its
compatible with CU-SeeMe. I haven't tried it out yet, but perhaps this
software will provide a solution to all those people out there who
want to do video-conferencing, but aren't ready to get an ISDN line.
NetPhone is $59, but there is a free demo version available at the web site.
Anyway, I hope it works! ...anyone else out there try this already?

Steve

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