CU-SeeMe version 0.92 is a new Windows release from Cornell University.
It is entirely Win32, and runs on Windows 95 and Windows NT. And, it is
New Features for Version 0.92
- Phone Book - An easy way to manage all your favorite connection destinations. Each entry in the Phone Book can have its own individual connection settings, for easy surfing. You can also import phone books from other folks.
- ATI TV Tuner Card Support - CU-SeeMe will now work with ATI's TV Tuner card.
- IP Address on Status Bar - Your IP address now appears on the status bar, making it easy for folks with a dynamically assigned IP to find out their address.
And, of course, all the features from the previous version (0.90) are still here.
- Video - Send or receive two sizes of black and white video (160x120 or 320x240).
- Audio - Send or receive audio using two different codecs (Intel DVI or Delta-mod).
- Chat - Send messages via the text based Chat Window.
- Explorer-style Participants List - Using the same style interface as the Windows 95 Explorer, you can show or hide other participants in a conference, see who is lurking, get informational stats on their connection, and more.
- Dockable Toolbar - The dockable tool bar can snap to any side of the main window, or float in its own. Tool tips and status bar help are also included.
- Easy Installation - There is only 1 file, with no associated DLLs, so no installer/remover is required. Just put cu-seeme.exe anywhere on your disk, and you are ready to go.
- Customizable for Low or High Bandwidth Environments - Adjustable send and receive rates make CU-SeeMe work over a wide variety of link speeds; from 28.8k modems to fast LAN connections.
- Private Audio - Talk privately to a specific person, even while in a conference with many participants.
- Private Chat - Chat privately to a specific person, even while in a conference with many participants.
- Mute Audio - Turn off all incoming audio, or just mute audio from a specific person.
- Chat Filtering - You can filter out anyone's Chat you don't want to see.
- Selectable Fonts in Chat Window - Customize the look of your Chat Window for easy reading.
- Incoming Call Confirmation - With this option set, you have can choose to accept or refuse an incoming call, after first seeing the name and IP address of the caller.
- Most Recently Used (MRU) List - This list, expandable 128 entries, keeps track of your previous connections.
- Copy Chat to Clipboard - Insert Chat "transcripts" into documents, complete with the fonts used in the Chat Window.
- Chat Message Numbering - Turn on message numbering to see if you missed anyone's chat.
- Video Controls - Brightness, contrast, and other picture qualities affecting your local video are adjustable via a dialog box.
- Audio Controls - Microphone and speaker volume are adjustable via the Windows 95 Volume Control. Microphone and speaker meters are located in the Audio Window.
- Freeze Video - You can send a still picture, or freeze someone's incoming video.
- Send or Lurk - You can change your send/receive video options while you are connected to a conference.
- Tabbed dialog for Preferences - All settings are in an easy to use tabbed dialog.
- Visual User's Guide - A web based guide, with annotated pictures, showing how to use the features of this version of CU-SeeMe.
- Win32¨ - This is a 32-bit version, and runs under Windows 95 and NT.
- And More...
The principal author of this version of CU-SeeMe is Steve Edgar.
Audio improvements by Phil Childs. AuxData by Larry Chase.
Cornell offers no support for this software other than the information
contained in this Visual User's Guide. Watch these pages for further news
and updates. The CU-SeeMe-L list generates a lot of mail and is a great
way to keep up with the latest CU-SeeMe developments and meet other users
with similar needs and hardware. For more information about the CU-SeeMe
lists, return to the CU-SeeMe Home