Re: Scriptable Maven or CU-SeeMe?

Mark Thacker, Internet Specialist (thacker@medcat.library.swmed.edu)
Wed, 08 Mar 1995 12:53:12 -0600 (CST)


I agree. I think that scriptability and recordability of an application
is something that developers should strongly consider doing even if they
can not immediately find a need for it.

With Cu-SeeMe/Applescript/AppleEvent you could
* Capture a frame of live video from a CU-SeeMe client for display in
the Web without having to do really any development.

* Capture a stream of audio from the feed or

* Capture an entier movie transcript and save it for displaying in a
different application upon demand. (This assumes that Cu-SeeMe would be
like the Apple QuickTime based Movie Talk which can capture multi-track
Quicktime movies of sessions).

Of course, I am not volunteering to program the applescripts or
appleevents for Cu-SeeMe - just putting in a feature request!

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Mark Thacker, Internet Specialist

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On Wed, 8 Mar 1995, Stephen Jonke wrote:

> This message is really intended as a suggestion to the developers of Maven
> and CU-SeeMe. I would really, REALLY like to see a scriptable (and ideally
> recordable, but I'll settle for scriptable only) version of one or both
> applications. Am I the only one sees the wild potential of scriptable
> versions of one or both of these? Think Web pages served from a Mac via
> MacHTTP and the nifty things you could do if Maven and/or CU-SeeMe were
> scriptable?
>
> Hoping that someday EVERY application, utility, etc. will be scriptable and
> recordable, no matter whether the developer of such software can think of
> anything to do with it - someone will!!! :-)
>
> Steve
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