Re: Audio + Video

[Ronie@mercury.interpath.net] ("[Ronie@mercury.interpath.net]")
Mon, 29 May 1995 19:44:48 -0400 (EDT)


Where can I get Chameleon Stack?

Ronie

Ronie@Mercury.Interpath.Net

On Sun, 28 May 1995, Carol J Qazi wrote:

> The first part of this message is for Luk only. The rest is for everyone
> on the list, especially PC users. Luk could you explain how you get both
> Iphone and CUseeme working at the same time i.e together.
>
> Now for the message to all PC users who are trying to get CUSEEME working
> under Windows. I've been trying to use CUSeeMe on my 486/66 with the
> Chameleon stack. I don't have a video capture card. I thought I'd set
> up everything right but kept getting the following message whenever I
> tried to connect to a broadcasting IP "There is no response from
> NNN.NNN.NNN.NNN So I kept trying to find IPs that I thought would be
> transmitting. No luck. Victor Franco was kind enough to suggest I put
> my own IP number in the "HOST" file in the Chameleon dir. I did that.
> No luck. To make a long story short, here's the secret. The IP in your
> HOST file has to be the one that gets assigned to you when you log on.
> It is always a different one! At least for those of us with PPP accounts
> with Internet providers. The IP that comes up in the "Custom" screen as
> your IP is NOT THE REAL THING AND WON"T WORK. Once you log on, click on
> the green chameleon icon (NEWT) and that will display your current
> session IP. Thats the one you should put in the "HOST" file. Having
> done that (without breaking contact with your provider) you can start
> CUSEEMe and it will work. If you break contact and re-log on, your IP
> might be different, so check it again by clicking on the green chameleon
> icon at the bottom of your scree. I realize that there are not very many
> of us using CU-SeeMe on the PC, but I thought I'd put this info out on
> the list. Thanks.
>
> On Sun, 28 May 1995, Luk Van de Heyning wrote:
>
> > Yes, I want audio in the Windows version to... Still waiting... :-)
> >
> > But I read a lot of messages in this CuSeeme area of people telling that
> > audio and video can't be combined, because of traffic being to much for
> > low-speed modem-connections.
> >
> > I agree that things won't be perfect, but I just wonder why the combination
> > CuSeeme + Iphone (or even VidCall + Iphone) DOES WORK! (on a 28.8 dial-up
> > connection).
> >
> > I think this combination works great, and wonder why it should be impossible
> > to combine video and audio in one program?
> >
> >
> > Greatings / groetjes
> >
> > Luk Van de Heyning
> >
> > (-: PhD Internet-Addictions :-)
> >
> > mailto:Luk.VandeHeyning@ping.be
> >