Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Performances
- From: Alexis Moreau <alexis c moreau wanadoo fr>
- To: gnomemeeting-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Performances
- Date: 30 Aug 2003 23:43:32 +0200
Le sam 30/08/2003 à 23:23, Kilian Krause a écrit :
> Hi Alexis,
> > OK, I will do that, but, when I change the settings during a
> > communication, are these changes active during this, or must I cut and
> > begin a new one to apply them ?
> > I saw that the settings were 40 % of minimal quality. If I can do that
> > during the conversation I will increse 10 % to 10 %. If not. Concerning
> > the minimal image/second, does it change a lot if I touch it ?
> generally everything that doesn't poup some alert that this feature will
> need a new connection to take place should go live. i don't know
> howsoever if that does really work. ;))
> e.g. my setup is "min 1fps, 95% qual, 2 bg.blocks, 6kB/s" with 128kBit
> DSL upstream.
It seems that it is because of the bandwith, i have to remember what
kind of conneciton I have (i know 512 in download, but can not remember
> > > If you think you "ruined" your setup, you can return anytime to the
> > > known default through the druid. Enjoy testing the options and please
> > > give us feedback what's the better default choice for you, so we can at
> > > least consider changing the defaults in the distribution.
> > Another question : I saw that mu soundcard was not able to be broken
> > into two programs (gnomemeeting and xmms forexample). I chose ALSA
> > drivers, I thought that it could be used by two different program. Is
> > there a reason ?
> Yep, you didn't compile and/or load the alsa sequencer. ;) at least here
> it works fine with multiple programs playing sound to a VIA8233 using
> ALSA 0.9.4..
OK, I think that I have to take a load on the project ALSA.
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