Re: [W] White Pine 10a2/transmission caps!!

David O. Bundy (
Fri, 19 Jan 1996 03:45:23 -0500

If I remember correctly the problem with 10A2 was with the two caps may be
reversed so your min is being set wrong, try swaping them.

Another possbile bug was that you needes to use the arrow keys to adjust
the number and not type into the field, I may be confused.

One sure fired method is to manually edit the cuseeme.ini file and
set the caps to what you want.

For those waiting, sorry we have been so silent these days, but lots of long
hours getting through Beta 1 limited distribution has us close to a Beta 2
which within the next 2 weeks will be available to the public on our web
page. This includes loads of changes including Color, new very low bandwidth
audio codecs, white board, new GUI with toolbar etc. etc. along
with a new Beta of the reflector which will allow true access to multi-
conferences and work over 28.8 or even 14.4 modems.

Sooooo keep your eyes open for further anouncements, after we get some
sleep :-)

Dave B.

>I was using White Pine 10a1 because it was the only version that worked with
>the Quick-Cam for Windoze. It was working fine on my Toshiba Pentium laptop
>on the ethernet connnected to a 128-K T1. I had to dial down my
>transmission max to 12Kbps to send reasonable video and audio to someone
>with a 28.8 modem.
>WP 10a1 time-bombed out on Dec 31, so I downloaded 10a2 last week. It's
>real snazzy but the transmission caps don't seem to do a !@#$% thing. It
>always says "100 max" below my local video window no matter what I dial the
>transmission max cap setting to. And lo and behold, it sends at 80-100
>Kbps. My picture comes out all chopped up at the other end (presumably from
>lost packets) and audio comes similarly all chopped up. We had audio
>working perfectly with 10a1.
>What happened??!! Is anyone else having this problem? Anyone know about it??
>- John
>John R. Haggis
> "We have met the enemy, and he is us." (Pogo)
David O. Bundy
VP Engineering
White Pine Software
40 Simon St.
Nasua NH, 03060
Phone: 603-886-9050
Fax: 603-886-9051