using vnc to contol dial up on remote pc?
Wed Dec 11 19:08:01 2002
Thanks! I'll give these a try tonight and let you know how they work!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Brown [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2002 2:01 PM
> To: Christopher Tesla
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: using vnc to contol dial up on remote pc?
> Hi Christopher,
> > How do you get video input to play in VNC?
> > I have tried many different methods to get a video input to
> show up when
> > I am VNCed into a remote computer...
> > Setup: One PC on LAN with TV Tuner card...other PC using
> VNC to connect
> > Result: Black screen in TV In screen.
> > From what I had been told the video input bypasses VNC, and
> I accept this.
> > But how are you able to get a video input from a camera,
> which should be
> > the same thing as a TV Tuner (unless it's a USB camera?) ?
> I had tried to do the same thing.. though using VNC on my
> TV tuner did
> work somewhat.. but only occasional refresh, I resorted to using an
> application (WebMedia) available from;
> That handled the Video portion for me, but I then had
> problems getting
> WebMedia Audio to work, so resorted to using WebMedia for
> the Video and
> For the Audio..
> This configuration can seemingly fairly lightweight network
> resources/bandwidth wise server either as a TV Video &
> Audio server.. or
> as A teleconferencing server using a WebCam and microphone
> instead of a
> TV Tuner as input.
> Hope this helps..
> Best Regards,
> Jim Brown