Re: Question about sound and common reflectors, such as the White

John Ingham (johningh@tafe.sa.edu.au)
Thu, 30 Jan 1997 18:20:27 +0930


Ryan Anderson asked...

>Is it common to get choppy sound through the White Pine site?
>
>Has anyone here played with sound through a local reflect (using the
>SELF-REFLECT keyword) ? I've been having problemsgetting consistent
>sound..

If you're connected via a dial-up modem, make sure you freeze your transmit
video when speaking. You'll find it makes a whole heap of difference.

If you're in direct point to point connection and the other party sounds
choppy, if you see any movement while they are speaking try closing your
receive video window. After a delay of several seconds during which your
CU-SeeMe signals to their CU-SeeMe that transmitting video packets is no
longer necessary, you should notice a sudden improvement in sound quality.

John Ingham
Supervisor, Technical Operations, CALS (Centre for Applied Learning Systems)
Adelaide Institute of TAFE (Training and Further Education)
GPO Box 1872 Adelaide South Australia 5001
Ph: +61 8 8207 8550 Fax: +61 8 8207 8552
Email: johningh@tafe.sa.edu.au
Web Site: http://www.tafe.sa.edu.au/video-conf/
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