Re: Cornell 1.0 - answers&questions

Jason Williams (streak@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu)
Thu, 28 May 1998 01:03:50 -0500 (CDT)


On Tue, 26 May 1998, Rolf Hemmerling wrote:
> Am I right - it is *really* useful to get and install the time-limited
> MJPEG driver for Cornell CU-SEEME 1.0 and usful for recording and/or
> playing VfW videos, but *not* useful for any other video ftp tranmission
> / video conferencing / video phone software, including White Pine 2.1.1x
> and newer White Pine 3.x versions ?

It's useful if it allows you to see people on CU :)

> Is there any other *useful* codec available for use with Cu-SEEME 1.0,
> for free ?

1.0 can use the Intel Indeo codec which is free...MJPEG is also free :)

> The only reason for my question for CU-SEEME & WIN 3.1 & 386- 4 MB was:
> I got such a computer for free (assembled from several sources, but..
> "almost" for no costs). So I sit and wait and would like to install a
> ref on my fast LINUX computer, but I may not run a client on the same ip
> as the
> ref !!!

I remember reading from Brian that a 486 can max out a T1 ref-wise. I
assume you have the bandwidth for a reflector :)

There's only so much "free computers" can do. :)

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