RE: Is CUSEEME what we want?

Scott Overholser (a-scotov@wspu.MICROSOFT.com)
Mon, 26 Feb 1996 13:28:45 -0800


cuseeme doesn't require a two-way connection...you can connect to a
reflector with only the software. however i don't know if cuseeme can
suck from a file.

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>From: graham@spirit.com.au[SMTP:graham@spirit.com.au]
>Sent: Monday, February 26, 1996 12:02 PM
>To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
>Subject: Is CUSEEME what we want?
>
>Hi all,
>
>I am only relatively new to CU-SEE-ME, (I got it on the weekend from
>advise
>received). Anyway, the reason for this message is to ask if it is what
>my
>organisation really wants.
>
>We plan to "broadcast" short video segments from our web pages on a as
>needed basis. We have thought of having Quicktime files available for
>download, however we would prefer to have the videos on a broadcast
>system
>(ie no downloading of the huge file before the user sees it). We don't
>want
>a 2 way video connection, we just want to be able to send out the video
>
>signal as requested. The videos will not be a live signal as they will
>be
>files residing on a hard drive.
>
>So, does CU-SEE-ME meet our requirements. My understanding is that it
>is
>primarily a video conferencing system which gives a two way connection.
>We
>don't want that. So what else is there?
>
>
>
>Graham Green
>Editor - SF Times
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