Re[4]: DONT NEED VID TO SEND VID!!!!

Michael Sweger (swegerm@baileys-emh5.army.mil)
Thu, 21 Sep 95 08:51:40 EDT



Hi Dave,
Thanks for responding to my inquiry.

The PC NV I was talking about is the Unix NV
displaying on a PC running the X Windows server written for
MS Windows 3.1 such as the software product called Exceed.
This setup would then do a direct link via the net to the
Windows or Mac version of CUSEEME on another PC. Whether
this works or not is a question.

I have seen out there via Veronica on the NYSERNET Gopher a software
package called dd-4h-nv.zip. I don't know what it does. It may
not have anything to do with NV other than have the letters "nv" in
the filename. Perhaps you may want to check it out. I currently don't
have NV installed and I'm looking into it.


Mike Sweger
swegerm@baileys-emh5.army.mil


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On Tue, 19 Sep 1995, Michael Sweger wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> Does the NV viewing s/w understand CUSEEME protocols?

yes

>
> Will I be able to have NV connect to a reflector developed by
> Cornell and get video or do I have to connect to sites that
> only run the NV reflector software?

yes, it needs to have an NV-UC-PORT parameter in the reflect.conf file at
startup, and it needs to be a b3* reflector, the b4*'s tend to crash on
NV connections


> Can a PC running NV send
> video directly to another PC running the MAC or Windows version
> (desktop to desktop): bypassing the reflector?
>
haven't tried it, i wasn't aware there was a PC NV

> Does NV require X11 and/or Motif vs Openlook to compile?
>
Its an X package, but I *think* it might run with openwindows. thats a
guess

> Is NV FREEWARE?
>
yes

> Thanks in advance. :-)
>
> Mike Sweger
> swegerm@baileys-emh5.army.mil
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> |
> | 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!
> |
> |
> Yup, this feature exists on the Unix CUSM "competitor" called "NV", you can
> (by moving the mouse pointer" send out virtually anything that is displayed
> on you computer screen. Even moving images within the standard image size. It
> provides this way the compatibility you would like to have with any
> application. Kind of. Smart anyway. With this NV feature, you're not a lurker
> just because you don't have a video frame grabber !
>
> CUSM should go for it (put on the TODO list...).
>
> Enjoy,
>
> Patrick
>
>
>