RE: DONT NEED VID TO SEND VID!!!!

Frank Mullin (frank-mullin@earthlink.net)
Sun, 17 Sep 1995 05:52:05 -0700


In the same vein, a driver for QuickTime would allow for some lo-res video
art transmissions. Clearly an author would need to understand the limited
pallette. Let a thousand flowers bloom.

At 9:57 PM 9/15/95, Rick Collins wrote:
>It puts a face to a voice and would also allow you to type on the screen.
>Remembering that CUSeeme only transmits the info that changes it wouldn't
>take much bw. It is exactly equivalent to the "freeze" option that exists
>for those with cameras. Good Idea!
>
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>From: Fred Salerno[SMTP:salernof@gate.net]
>Sent: Friday, September 15, 1995 5:44 PM
>To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
>Subject: Re: DONT NEED VID TO SEND VID!!!!
>
>While it sounds easy, is there a good use for it?
>
>On 15 Sep 1995, Preston F. Crow wrote:
>
>> It might be nice if someone would write a fake video driver that read
>> its input from a .gif file instead of a camera.
>>
>> --PC
>>