Re: World broadcast

david a. schlussel (dschluss@engin.umich.edu)
Wed, 30 Aug 1995 15:54:08 -0400 (EDT)


you should be able to put a splitter on the camera and microphone cables
and simply send via both machines (unix for mbone, mac for cu-seeme)

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On Wed, 30 Aug 1995 ims@onramp.net wrote:

> Does anyone know if there a way to broadcast over MBONE and
> mirror the broadcast simultaniously to multiple CU-SeeMe reflectors?
> I have a project where I've been asked to do this but I'm not clear
> on if it can be done, or how. If anyone has any pointers to specific
> info I can look at I would greatly appreciate your help.
>
> Thanks!!
> >
> >
> >On Wed, 30 Aug 1995, Bob Cherry wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> Windows client doesn't work - especially audio.
> >Does work with good connection.
> >> Bandwidth requirements, even for audio only, are way too high.
> >14,400 won't. 28,800 will in 16kdelta audio
> >> Can't be used over dial-up. 56K minimum required.
> >Close to the truth
> >> Can't be run without a video controller.
> >If you mean compression card... you won't be able to send without one but
> >you can receive with as little as sound card.
> >> No Unix client.
> >Using NV and VAT you can broadcast and receive via CUSeeme reflectors.
> >>
> >
> >I also find it hard to believe that White Pines will go through the pain
> >of ensuring that Cornell client software won't work with their system.
> >
> >The MBONE is your only real alternative but you then eliminate all those
> >PC and MAC users without a CUSeeme element.
> >
> >
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