[AG-TECH] Voyageur Recording
morton at cs.umt.edu
Fri Dec 14 07:28:52 CST 2001
I recall Mike Daw mentioning a problem on playback with
Voyageur and I tried it for the first time (well, the first
time by myself, without Lisa's supervision :). I too ran
into problems but then noticed the "time offset" field
(or something like that) in the stream menu, and one site
was offset by over 5 seconds video and 43 seconds audio.
by unclicking those streams from the stream menu, i was
able to do a playback...... So, I know the importance
of time syncronisation has been preached to us but, this
is just a reminder to others who might try this that
one of the first things you might want to do when trying
to playback is "uncheque" the streams with large time
offsets so they don't mess you up. BTW, I've notified
the "guilty party" about the time sync problem :) :)
Also (question for Lisa) - there were a BUNCH of streams
that said something like "13 Conference Room........ H.261..."
in the menu, then the "expected" streams from our actual
event. Any idea where all those extras would have come
from?" The specific event was from Windmer, 12 December,
"Don Morton (Finite Element Analysis)".
Finally, I tried looking for some of our sessions from SC Global
but they seemed pretty incomplete and, in fact, I couldn't find
any of the sessions I participated in. I can give specifics
to Lisa privately but, am I correct in assuming that a number
of the sessions didn't get recorded or preserved?
Don Morton http://MRoCCS.cs.umt.edu/~morton/
Department of Computer Science The University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812 | Voice (406) 243-4975 | Fax (406) 243-5139
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