Recording to videotape

Michael Lucas (lucas@sun.mech.uq.oz.au)
Fri, 4 Oct 1996 14:35:46 +1000


Hi everybody!

I'm about to start using CU-SeeMe as a tool in trans-contintental
mechanical design meetings. The idea is that a group of us here in
Australia would be part of the design team, and that another group (from
USA and/or Europe depending on project) would make up the other part. We
are going to use CU-SeeMe on AV equiped PowerMacs (8500's and 7500's) to
facilitate this.

I can fairly easily enough tape MY side of the conversation, but for later
analysis of what actually happened during the meeting, both sides of the
conversation are required to get the context of events right. Does anyone
have any idea how to videotape the incoming CuSeeMe feed at the same time
as the outgoing, on the same tape? Does it make it impossible if there are
more than 2 participants? (likely in our case)

Or should I revert to setting up another video camera focussed on my screen
to get everything at once?

Comments and tips would be appreciated!

Michael Lucas

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