Re: Hauppauge WinTV/dbx TV tuner

Daniel W. Erskine (
Wed, 08 Oct 1997 22:04:11 -0500

Bill Woodland (Squeek) wrote:
> At 10:17 PM 10/7/97 -0500, Daniel W. Erskine wrote:
> >Greetings:
> > I've got a Hauppauge WinTV/dbx TV tuner PCI board, and have verified
> >CU-Doodle is configured properly ("MSVIDEO=3Dcudoddle.dll" in my
> >"system.ini" file). I'm also using the Cornell version of CU-SeeMe
> >(version 0.92b2). Whenever I start CU-SeeMe, my video input is
> >defaulting to the WinTV tuner vice the CU-Doodle driver. I cannot
> >switch to the CU-Doodle driver, as there's no menu option to choose
> >otherwise. Upon startup or changing the "Video Source", I get the
> >dialog box message "Unsupported video capture setting". There's no
> >listing in the "cuseeme.ini" file specifying my video input device, no=
> >is there a "MSVIDEO" entry listed in my "system.ini" file, for my WinT=
> >board.
> > QUESTION: How do I get CU-SeeMe version 0.92b2 to switch video inpu=
> >sources, with my setup?
> Just a wild guess, sort of...
> Start/Settings/Control Panel/Multimedia/Advanced/Video Capture
> Devices/cudoodle/"Don't use this device" should disable the cudoodle
> driver. With the Cornell version, you might have to add
> "msvideo=3DsomeHauppaugeDriver.drv" to the [drivers] section of your
> system.ini file. Run Regedit and do a search for "msvideo" and you sho=
> see a section there for the Hauppauge card. Get the name of the actual
> driver file from there to put on the "msvideo=3D" line.
> Bill Woodland (Squeek =A9) PC questions only, please.
> URL:

Great idea! I tried it, but it didn't work :( I know this works with
the White Pine version, but I want to get back into the CU-community and
assisting in development!

Catchya later :)
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Daniel W. Erskine