Re: Refs or no refs

Ross Binnie (dianaros@vianet.on.ca)
Mon, 27 Oct 1997 08:40:14 -0500


I have the same experience as Rolf (poor or no frames after several
minutes). Only rarely do I get more than one moderately good image.

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> From: Gary Dietz <gdietz@wpine.com>
> To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
> Subject: Re: Refs or no refs
> Date: Monday, October 27, 1997 8:00 AM
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> >On an occupied, busy CU-ref, You don=B4t see a single picture of a / a=
ny
> >user even after 10 minutes, or so.=20
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> Rolf,
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> Such a generalized, unsupported statement is incorrect without specific
> circumstances. It also may be misleading to someone reading this
> information to make an evaluative decision.
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> But then again, this is the Internet ;-)
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> What version of Reflector? Freeware? 2.0? 2.1? MeetingPoint? What
> platform? What speed box? How much memory? What bandwidth was
available?
> What kind of clients? What bandwidth are the clients connected at?=20
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> machine are the clients running on?
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> I have to admit, there are some Refs out there running on not such grea=
t
> connections.
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> A blanket statement such as you made is not correct. I can EASILY get
> multiple videos, even on my CU-SeeMe 2.11 for Win3.1 cient when connect=
ed
> to a busy White Pine cafe. My Mom (again) when not sending can see as
many
> as 3 video Windows on America Online on a 33.6 modem connection using
> CU-SeeMe 3.0 on the White Pine Cafe.
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> With CU-SeeMe 3.1 (or even the Cornell client) I can also get multiple
> windows (but that is from work as I don't have the Cornell client at
home).
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> Gary
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