Re: Windows Audio problem

David Winetsky (
Thu, 7 Dec 1995 08:55:19 -0800 (PST)

Orlando's problem is my problem. How many others are laboring under this

David Winet

On Wed, 6 Dec 1995, Orlando Turrietta wrote:

> Amy,
> Very helpful Web Page, by the way. However, I would like to learn more about
> how you are receiving audio using the new beta from Cornell. I just
> installed it and do not receive any sound at all at 28.8. Plus the video
> screens are all white and get updated very slowly and sometimes not at all.
> The new chat window works fine but does not help since I am not able to see
> what the senders are talking about.
> The older version updated the screens a lot faster with occasional audio
> which was not intelligible. No chat window though.
> I have am using the 16K DeltaMod in QuickCam for Windows on a 485/50
> equipped with a sound card. I get "Real Audio" and IPHONE just fine so I do
> not know why the CuSeeMe audio is such a problem.
> By the way, I tried connecting to NASA TV and Internet TV reflectors using
> the new version and still do not get the video. I probably need to return to
> the older version.
> Before I do, I would like to try the transmitting and receiving settings
> your using. Please let me know what they are. Thanks.
> Orlando Turrietta
> At 08:47 PM 12/5/95 +0800, you wrote:
> >What connection is your friend (and you) using? Is he able to hear you?
> >The good news is that the audio is finally working at 28.8k for Windows
> >CUSeeme. But your friend will need the new beta from Cornell.
> >
> >The least you'll both need are 28.8k links, and as you've probably figured
> >by now that if you're on 28.8k both of you have to set to 16k Delta Mod for
> >audio (your friend needs to put a line in his cuseeme.ini to do that).
> >
> >If one of you is on a fast link that party has to set the max. transmission
> >to something around 26-30 to minimise lost packets or the audio would be
> >too choppy to be audible on the slow end (might need to freeze the video
> >from the fast end when sending audio, seems to be better than freezing from
> >the receiving end).
> >
> >---
> >After long last I am finally able to use my PC to "talk" to someone with a
> >Mac on the Net (thanks to the wonderful guys at Cornell!!). Keep goin' and
> >if I can make it you can. :-)
> >
> >
> >Cheers,
> >
> >
> > | / Amy Leung
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> >
> Orlando