final word(?)re:ProMovStudio negative CuSeeme"send" image

paul sentner (
Wed, 26 Jul 1995 01:50:17 -0400

..I suppose this is the final word from Media Vision, as passed along to me
in most recent msg.

..At least Jim Patton tried....

>From: MediaVis Internet Tech Supp C <>
>To: psentner <psentner>
>Subject: RE: attn:Jim Patton (and/or others)re:ProMovStudio negative CuSeeme
> "send" image
>Date: Mon, 24 Jul 95 10:53:00 PDT
>Message-Id: <3013DF21@MVIMAIL.MEDIAVIS.COM>
>Encoding: 54 TEXT
>X-Mailer: Microsoft Mail V3.0
>Media Vision will be unable to provide the additional support that has been
>requested for the application CuSeeMe.
>My Apologies
>Jim Patton
>Media Vision On-Line
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>From: psentner
>To: techsupc
>Subject: attn:Jim Patton (and/or others)re:ProMovStudio negative CuSeeme
>"send" image
>Date: Wednesday, July 19, 1995 11:57PM
> is how Nogatech seems to have aproached this problem; perhaps Media
>Vision could do something similar, without too much trouble??
> --paul-- paul sentner
> pittsburgh, pennsylvania
>>Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 10:22:14 -0700
>>From: Steve Bernstein <>
>>Subject: Nogatech PCMCIA Fixed the Negative Image
>>Message-ID: <>
>>After working with the developers at Nogatech, I have at last been able to
>>send CU-SeeMe video from my laptop. Nogatech has sent me a beta version of
>>their DLL which works with CU-SeeMe to fix the "negative image" problem.
> At
>>this point in the development, you need to manually change DLL files when
>>you are using CU-SeeMe or when you want to use any other Video for Windows
>>software. If you are only using CU-SeeMe, then of course this isn't a
>>problem. I'm told that future versions of the software will automate this
>>I have Nogatech's permission to distribute this .DLL to anyone using the
>>Nogatech Portable Digital Video PCMCIA card. Please send me a direct
>>( if you are interested.
>>Steve Bernstein
>>Cisco Systems (408) 526-5982