[AG-TECH] AG 3.2 on OSX
tyler.heaton at uleth.ca
Wed Mar 25 16:35:58 CDT 2009
So I was doing some more testing today. Here is where I am at. I can get the
VideoConsumer Service to work but no VideoProducer. When I try switching to
just VideoService on it's own, I get an error saying "Error enabling
But if I enable VideoConsumer service first, I can enable VideoService (I
know it is redundant), but I still am unable to select my built in camera.
If I try VideoProducer, I am not able to select my built in camera. I am
able to see the other node's video.
I am running it in a session with another AG node to see if there is any
video coming through, and there is not.
In case I am missing something in the start up, what is your usual sequence.
I start the Service Manager, then Launch the Client.
My system specs are MBP 2.8 Core 2, OSX 10.5.6, AG 3.2
On 21/03/09 3:56 PM, "Fred Dech" <fdech at uchicago.edu> wrote:
> i've been running 3.2 beta on my macbook pro for quite a while.
> after some software updates a couple of months ago, my
> VideoProducerService/VideoConsumerSerice configuration would no longer
> show me my USB camera video stream. rather than checking the logs
> and trying to figure out what was going wrong, i opted to try
> removing the vid producer and consumer and added a VideoService.
> i could see my video stream again. that's the configuration i'm
> still running. i guess i should have filed a bug report. sorry, Tom.
> if you haven't tried VideoService already, you might wanna give it a go.
> it works for me.
> On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 04:14PM, John I. Quebedeaux, Jr wrote:
>> Multicast or unicast? I¹m assuming you¹re running 10.5.6 (soon to be 10.5.7)
>> on the MBP....
>> Check if the camera light came on, just because you don¹t see the vic window
>> with anything in it at all doesn¹t mean it¹s not transmitting because of a
>> problem with the vic showing up properly... Which is a known problem I
>> believe.... You doing just videoservice? Or videoconsumer and videoproducer?
>> I tend to prefer videoconsumer and videoproducer...
>> You may not see your outgoing video, easiest way to check that is to bring
>> up another AG session on another machine and check if your video is actually
>> getting out and back to the other node. I do this all the time to test
>> multicast put one machine on multicast with a source, then put another
>> machine on unicast pick a bridge and see if multicast is working from my
>> source to that bridge. It¹s a easy way to check out without trying to figure
>> out beacons and such and you don¹t even have to ask anyone if your video is
>> getting out.
>> Hope that helps... wonder if it¹s been fixed but not repackaged for the Mac
>> yet... Also, .. You said the RAT is working fine? I doubt that, run audio
>> for... 15 minutes... Between the mac and another node and see what
>> -John Q.
>> John I. Quebedeaux, Jr.; Louisiana State University
>> Computer Manager LBRN; 131 Life Sciences Bldg.
>> e-mail: johnq at lsu.edu; web: http://lbrn.lsu.edu
>> phone: 225-578-0062 / fax: 225-578-2597
>> From: "tyler.heaton" <tyler.heaton at uleth.ca>
>> Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 14:38:54 -0600
>> To: <ag-tech at lists.mcs.anl.gov>
>> Subject: [AG-TECH] AG 3.2 on OSX
>> I have installed AG 3.2 on my MacBook Pro. The venue server and RAT are
>> working fine, but I am not able to get the Video services to work. Does
>> anyone have experience working with AG on Mac and using built in USB
>> Tyler Heaton, Educational Technology Specialist
>> CRDC, University of Lethbridge
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