Re: Audio on Windows version

Abdul-Salam Al-Temeemi (temeemi@paaetms.paaet.edu.kw)
Wed, 1 Nov 1995 23:09:43 -0300 (GMT)


On Tue, 31 Oct 1995, Patton Adams wrote:

> I'm wondering about the prospect of audio send/receive capability for
> CU-Seeme for Windows. The little ReadMe.txt note that came with the program
> tells us to keep dreaming -- that it won't be possible anytime soon, and
> when it is, it won't be practical. Let's hear more.
>
> What work is being done on making the Windows version more fully functional?
>
> And a question about modem speeds: I recently installed a Connectix
> Quickcam for Windows and it worked very well in conjunction with my 14.400
> bps modem. I'm trying out a 28.800 bps modem tonight and I can't notice any
> difference. Video works just as well; audio works just as poorly. I'm
> trying to decide whether to invest in a higher-speed modem. Why should I?
> If CU-Seeme works just as well, then I might as well stay with what I have.
> Now let me know: when audio capability does become available for the Windows
> version, will it work with a 14.400 bps modem? Will it work with 28.800
> bps? I remember seeing a note to the effect that 16 kbps was the threshold.
> Does anyone know more about this?
>
> I'm dying to know.
>
> Patton Adams
>
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I'd like to know also. If audio doesnt work with windows, then how come
the radio station at the University of Kansas has an IP address and claims
audio can be recieved with fast modems? But, how fast is fast, I dont know.