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1. Video Software for OS/2?
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Is there video software for OS/2 that can utillize/use the Connectix Quickcam? I finally got it to work.
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Date: 31 Jul, 2004 on 01:50
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2. Re:Video Software for OS/2?
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Date: 31 Jul, 2004 on 06:45
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3. Re:Video Software for OS/2?
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I tried the CU-SeeMe software (Win3x/95/NT/Mac/Unix) using the Win31 part. It installed okay on both my Thinkpad and desktop.It did not start on my Thinkpad but it did start on my desktop but could not detect the camera. I used the drivers that came with qv2-202.zip at http://hobbes.nmsu.edu .

I guess I will have to find a way to port/create/find a driver for the USB Creative Vibra WebCam (I was referrerd to a site with source code for Linux - perhaps it could be ported to OS/2-eCS[?]).

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Date: 01 Aug, 2004 on 21:03
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http://opensource.creative.com/webcam.html

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Date: 01 Aug, 2004 on 21:03
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http://www.blackpalace.com/icqjava/index.html
ICQ - OS/2 port of CU-SeeMe?
I found the above while looking for 'cuseeme os/2 software' using http://www.google.com .

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Date: 01 Aug, 2004 on 21:39
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BigWarpGuy (01 Aug, 2004 21:39):
http://www.blackpalace.com/icqjava/index.html
ICQ - OS/2 port of CU-SeeMe?
I found the above while looking for 'cuseeme os/2 software' using http://www.google.com .

Yes, I used that for years and it worked rather well.

Unfortunately it uses the old ICQ protocol that is no longer supported.

Also AICQ hasn't be developed in years. 8(



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Date: 02 Aug, 2004 on 05:30
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I was told that ICQ had nothing to do with cuseeme. I thought it did when the site that linked me to it indicated that it was a port of cuseeme.

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Date: 02 Aug, 2004 on 18:11
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