Re: World broadcast

Richard Collins (rcollins@mirror.det.mun.ca)
Thu, 31 Aug 1995 06:16:26 -0230


6 to 7 frames per sec and very good full duplex audio is the champ at
28,800 so far and would be useable on our present day net. The fact that
the audio is considered a necessity in this arrangement and given the
lions share of low bandwidth is a great advantage.

On Wed, 30 Aug 1995, Don Johnson wrote:

> I appreciate your comments but seriously doubt this system would work all
> that great over the internet. If it will, then Creative will probably port
> it over.
> I'm curious what you consider to be "Great..Quality". 6 or 7 FPS over POTS
> isn't really that great to me. "Useable" would be a more appropriate term if
> your application requires essentially a series of moving "stills" with
> pretty good sound quality. I may be wrong (of course!) but I doubt your
> frames per second would be much different than CUSM over the net!
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> Don Johnson
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> >We're all trying hard to find an audio/video conf. solution at 28,800 and
> >lower while the product has been around for 6 months (I own two):
> >SHAREVISION by Creative Labs. Leaving the product unchanged and just
> >porting the data to net packets rather than the odd serial ports they use
> >can't be that difficult. Quality is great and I'm sure many of use would
> >not balk at purchasing the hardware.
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> Don Johnson
> Orlando, Fl USA "Home of the Orlando Magic"
> johnson@magicnet.net
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