Hannes Friederich | 11 Jan 21:32 2009
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XMeeting 0.4 preview 1 released

Hello,

The next version of XMeeting (0.4) is soon to be released! For those  
impatient, there is already a preview version available at http:// 
sourceforge.net/projects/xmeeting. Please note that this is not a  
fully tested version and there exist many bugs yet to fix. Also,  
there is no documentation shipped and the binary is English only.
I am happy for as much feedback as possible. After all, the last  
major release dates more than two years back now. Also, I ask  
everyone to help on the project, as my time and resources are very  
limited and there haven't been anyone else actively working on the  
project during the last two years. Help may be everything from coding  
to testing to providing language translations to writing  
documentation, etc. The more people actively help, the faster the  
project can advance...

With best regards

Hannes Friederich
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michel memeteau | 11 Jan 22:13 2009
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Re: XMeeting 0.4 preview 1 released

Hi Hannes ! congrats to make the project reappear .

Xmeeting really files the need for Audio Video communication on OSX

On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 9:32 PM, Hannes Friederich <hfriederich-Rn4VEauK+AKRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello,

The next version of XMeeting (0.4) is soon to be released! For those
impatient, there is already a preview version available at http://
sourceforge.net/projects/xmeeting. Please note that this is not a
fully tested version and there exist many bugs yet to fix. Also,
there is no documentation shipped and the binary is English only.
I am happy for as much feedback as possible. After all, the last
major release dates more than two years back now. Also, I ask
everyone to help on the project, as my time and resources are very
limited and there haven't been anyone else actively working on the
project during the last two years. Help may be everything from coding
to testing to providing language translations to writing
documentation, etc. The more people actively help, the faster the
project can advance...

With best regards

Hannes Friederich
XMeeting project administrator & developer

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michel memeteau | 11 Jan 22:30 2009
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Re: XMeeting 0.4 preview 1 released

Quickly tried on 10.4.11 Intel : Worked great.

Preferences are really easier to understand.

- called 500-gabAEHCsIuteoWH0uzbU5w@public.gmane.org and found the Video better even in H261

- When a user is offline it automatically says the remote party is not , before it was telling it was preparing the call during ages.

And !!!  I just discover that it work with 500-gabAEHCsIuteoWH0uzbU5w@public.gmane.org with H263 which is a great news ! But I guess H264 won't work ?

On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 10:13 PM, michel memeteau <michel.memeteau-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi Hannes ! congrats to make the project reappear .

Xmeeting really files the need for Audio Video communication on OSX


On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 9:32 PM, Hannes Friederich <hfriederich-Rn4VEauK+AKRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello,

The next version of XMeeting (0.4) is soon to be released! For those
impatient, there is already a preview version available at http://
sourceforge.net/projects/xmeeting. Please note that this is not a
fully tested version and there exist many bugs yet to fix. Also,
there is no documentation shipped and the binary is English only.
I am happy for as much feedback as possible. After all, the last
major release dates more than two years back now. Also, I ask
everyone to help on the project, as my time and resources are very
limited and there haven't been anyone else actively working on the
project during the last two years. Help may be everything from coding
to testing to providing language translations to writing
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project can advance...

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Mark Phillips | 12 Jan 04:11 2009

Re: XMeeting 0.4 preview 1 released

I see you've fixed the local video issue on 10.5.x!!  Well done.

Mark

On Sun, 2009-01-11 at 21:32 +0100, Hannes Friederich wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> The next version of XMeeting (0.4) is soon to be released! For those  
> impatient, there is already a preview version available at http:// 
> sourceforge.net/projects/xmeeting. Please note that this is not a  
> fully tested version and there exist many bugs yet to fix. Also,  
> there is no documentation shipped and the binary is English only.
> I am happy for as much feedback as possible. After all, the last  
> major release dates more than two years back now. Also, I ask  
> everyone to help on the project, as my time and resources are very  
> limited and there haven't been anyone else actively working on the  
> project during the last two years. Help may be everything from coding  
> to testing to providing language translations to writing  
> documentation, etc. The more people actively help, the faster the  
> project can advance...
> 
> With best regards
> 
> Hannes Friederich
> XMeeting project administrator & developer
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Aaron Greene | 16 Jan 20:14 2009

Xmeeting 0.3.4a pixellation with built in iSight

I was assisting one of our hearing impaired actors setup Xmeeting to connect to his home and other associates using VideoPhones.  He has a Black Intel Macbook with the built in iSight.  We installed Xmeeting and were able to connect without any problems very easily.  He was highly appreciative of such awesome software that was so useful instantly as he travels for his various acting jobs.  Unfortunately, as an IT professional I noticed that there were a number of Apple security updates he had not applied and urged him to keep his OS current.  He went home, made several video calls and a little while later did the updates (he is now on OSX 10.4.11 with all updates installed).  When he next went to launch Xmeeting to make some more calls, he had a bad case of pixellation on the video preview window.  I took a look at his machine again to confirm that his quicktime and video were working (iChat looks fine with the built in iSight).  I also downloaded the Xmeeting 0.3.4a to make sure we truly had the latest version.  He has made a call with the system and it will connect, and the far end video looks just fine.  However his preview window and the far side client see the same problems.  The near end video is actually correct in the center of the window, but it appears about quarter size (centered) and all the pixels radiating out from the 'edge' of the good data is just duplicates of the edge pixels.  It would be a cool effect if it was on purpose.  Anyone with any suggestions? 

 

Thanks,

 

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michel memeteau | 17 Jan 17:38 2009
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Re: Ports

The ports used by Xmeeting for RTP session are :

- I think using UDP
- specified in Xmeeting options.

On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 12:41 PM, Fernando Ricagno <Fernando.Ricagno-xsfywfwIY+M@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Any news ? 
Thanks
On Nov 7, 2008, at 4:41 PM, Fernando Ricagno wrote:

Michel :

I'm attaching the screen of the definitions of the router . They are working fine for the amule  . ( I have a Mac) .
Is this what you are asking me ? 
Thanks 


<xmeeting.tiff>

On Nov 1, 2008, at 8:26 PM, michel memeteau wrote:

Hi , not sure i understood

On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 11:13 PM, Fernando Ricagno <Fernando.Ricagno-xsfywfwIY+M@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I`m using Xmeeting since a year , but now I have problems whith the use of a router .

Scenarios
a) direct coonection to ISP provider ,  NO problem, Xmeeting works fine
b) using DMZ , NO problem, Xmeeting works fine
c) using ports  5000-5099 UDP and 30000-30010 TCP  I have problems (at least) with the incoming video .   It sound like other/s ports should be free in the router .

Did you redirect those ports towards the machine running Xmeeting ?


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Russ Chan | 20 Jan 21:01 2009
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Troubleshooting the latest beta....

Hi all,

I've been having some troubles trying to establish a video connection between Xmeeting (latest beta, on a late model Macbook Pro running Leopard) and a Tandberg T150 application based endpoint via H.323.

The setup involves a routed gatekeeper in the middle (although the same issue occurs when dialling ip direct without a gatekeeper).
The call negotiation in the debug log appears to go just fine, and then things go to pot. 

The user experience is that Audio connects, but there is no video from Xmeeting.  The selfview of Xmeeting does show that the iSight camera is engaged, and I can see myself.  Another strange thing is that it APPEARS based on the logs that H.263 is negotiated, but then XMOpalManager uses a H.261 stream.... definitely very strange.  Given the success that other people are having, I must be doing something wrong...


The call logs looks like this:
2009-01-20 14:47:12 Calling host "13077228588" using H.323
2009-01-20 14:47:16 Call with "R. Chan (Office) [66.129.176.209]" established.
Local IP Address: 11.1.1.233 (Ethernet).
Remote Address: 13077228588 <at>
Remote Application: "Tandberg, 50".
2009-01-20 14:47:16 Media stream opened: sending "G.711-uLaw-64k"
2009-01-20 14:47:16 Media stream opened: sending "H.261 (CIF)"
2009-01-20 14:47:16 Media stream opened: receiving "G.711-uLaw-64k"
2009-01-20 14:47:25 Call with "R. Chan (Office) [66.129.176.209]" cleared.
Duration: 0:09
Call End Reason: User cleared call
2009-01-20 14:47:26 Media stream closed: "(null)" (Outgoing)
2009-01-20 14:47:26 Media stream closed: "(null)" (Outgoing)
2009-01-20 14:47:26 Media stream closed: "(null)" (Incoming)
2009-01-20 14:47:26 Media stream closed: "(null)" (Incoming)




The actual debug log that looks good (towards the end of the negotiation)  looks like this:



24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000           patch.cxx(331)    Patch    Created Sink: format=XM-H.263-1996
 24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000           patch.cxx(170)    Patch    AddSink
Source format:
                 Format Name       = XM-H.263-1996
                  Media Type       = video
                Payload Type       = H263
               Encoding Name       = H263
                     CIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: CIF (0) UnsignedInt
                   CIF16 MPI (R/W) = 0           FMTP name: CIF16 (0) UnsignedInt
                    CIF4 MPI (R/W) = 0           FMTP name: CIF4 (0) UnsignedInt
                  Clock Rate (R/O) = 90000      UnsignedInt
                Frame Height (R/W) = 288        UnsignedInt
                  Frame Time (R/W) = 3003       UnsignedInt
                 Frame Width (R/W) = 352        UnsignedInt
                 Is RFC 2429 (R/W) = 0          Boolean
                Max Bit Rate (R/W) = 320000     UnsignedInt
         Max Rx Frame Height (R/W) = 288        UnsignedInt
          Max Rx Frame Width (R/W) = 352        UnsignedInt
         Media Packetization (R/W) = ""         String
         Min Rx Frame Height (R/W) = 96         UnsignedInt
          Min Rx Frame Width (R/W) = 128        UnsignedInt
                    QCIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: QCIF (0) UnsignedInt
         Rate Control Enable (R/W) = 0          Boolean
Rate Control Max Frames Skip (R/W) = 5          UnsignedInt
    Rate Control Window Size (R/W) = 5000       UnsignedInt
                   SQCIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: SQCIF (0) UnsignedInt
             Target Bit Rate (R/W) = 320000     UnsignedInt


Destination format:
                 Format Name       = XM-H.263-1996
                  Media Type       = video
                Payload Type       = H263
               Encoding Name       = H263
                     CIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: CIF (0) UnsignedInt
                   CIF16 MPI (R/W) = 0           FMTP name: CIF16 (0) UnsignedInt
                    CIF4 MPI (R/W) = 0           FMTP name: CIF4 (0) UnsignedInt
                  Clock Rate (R/O) = 90000      UnsignedInt
                Frame Height (R/W) = 288        UnsignedInt
                  Frame Time (R/W) = 3003       UnsignedInt
                 Frame Width (R/W) = 352        UnsignedInt
                 Is RFC 2429 (R/W) = 0          Boolean
                Max Bit Rate (R/W) = 320000     UnsignedInt
         Max Rx Frame Height (R/W) = 288        UnsignedInt
          Max Rx Frame Width (R/W) = 352        UnsignedInt
         Media Packetization (R/W) = ""         String
         Min Rx Frame Height (R/W) = 96         UnsignedInt
          Min Rx Frame Width (R/W) = 128        UnsignedInt
                    QCIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: QCIF (0) UnsignedInt
         Rate Control Enable (R/W) = 0          Boolean
Rate Control Max Frames Skip (R/W) = 5          UnsignedInt
    Rate Control Window Size (R/W) = 5000       UnsignedInt
                   SQCIF MPI (R/W) = 1           FMTP name: SQCIF (0) UnsignedInt
             Target Bit Rate (R/W) = 320000     UnsignedInt


 24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000           patch.cxx(173)    Patch    Added direct media stream sink XMMediaStream-Sink-XM-H.263-1996
 24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000      connection.cxx(709)    OpalCon    Sink stream of connection Call[m979231041]-EP<xm>[1] uses patch Patch OpalRTPMediaStream-Source-XM-H.263-1996 -> XMMediaStream-Sink-XM-H.263-1996
 24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000      connection.cxx(709)    OpalCon    Source stream of connection Call[m979231041]-EP<h323>[localhost/13508] uses patch Patch OpalRTPMediaStream-Source-XM-H.263-1996 -> XMMediaStream-Sink-XM-H.263-1996
 24:45.820    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000          h323ep.cxx(1081)    H323    Started receiving logical channel: XM-H.263-1996 <3>
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000          osutil.cxx(188)    PWLib    File handle high water mark set: 114 Thread unblock pipe
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000        tlibthrd.cxx(330)    PWLib    Created thread 0x1a92bb10 Media Patch
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000        tlibthrd.cxx(423)    PWLib    Thread high water mark set: 13
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000        tlibthrd.cxx(427)    set thread to have the highest priority (MACOSX)
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000        tlibthrd.cxx(634)    relativePriority is 15 base priority is 47
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000           patch.cxx(109)    Media    Starting thread Media Patch:0xb0e21000
 24:45.821     Media Patch:0xb0e21000        tlibthrd.cxx(834)    PWLib    Started thread 0x1a92bb10 Media Patch:0xb0e21000
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000         h323pdu.cxx(80)    H245    Sending PDU:
  response openLogicalChannelAck {
    forwardLogicalChannelNumber = 2
    forwardMultiplexAckParameters = h2250LogicalChannelAckParameters {
      sessionID = 2
      mediaChannel = unicastAddress iPAddress {
        network =  4 octets {
          0b 01 01 e9                                        ....
        }
        tsapIdentifier = 5004
      }
      mediaControlChannel = unicastAddress iPAddress {
        network =  4 octets {
          0b 01 01 e9                                        ....
        }
        tsapIdentifier = 5005
      }
      flowControlToZero = false
    }
  }
 24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000            h323.cxx(3509)    H323    InternalEstablishedConnectionCheck: connectionState=EstablishedConnection fastStartState=FastStartDisabled H.245 is ready




And then this starts happening -  I don't understand:
1) why the "Operation not permitted" occurs
2) why Xmeeting starts to send H.261 after negotiating H.263
3) what the writeframe failures are.

I suspect the jitter buffer is exceeded due to the additional time/load of the debugging turned on.


24:45.821    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000            h323.cxx(3509)    H323    InternalEstablishedConnectionCheck: connectionState=EstablishedConnection fastStartState=FastStartDisabled H.245 is ready
 24:45.908     Media Patch:0xb0b07000          jitter.cxx(524)    RTP    Jitter buffer length exceeded
 24:45.908     Media Patch:0xb0b07000          jitter.cxx(533)    RTP    Jitter buffer length exceed was prior to first write. Not increasing buffer size
 24:45.910    PExternalT...0xa0559720    XMOpalManager.cpp(692)    2009-01-20 14:41:48 Call with "R. Chan (Office) [66.129.176.209]" established.
Local IP Address: 11.1.1.233 (Ethernet).
Remote Address: 13077228588 <at>
Remote Application: "Tandberg, 50".
 24:45.912    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000            h323.cxx(2640)    H245    Received TPKT:  size=9 pos=0.0 {
     70 e0 06 00 00 01 20 0c 80                        p       
   }
 24:45.912    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000         h323pdu.cxx(80)    H245    Receiving PDU:
  indication flowControlIndication {
    scope = logicalChannelNumber 2
    restriction = maximumBitRate 3200
  }
 24:45.912    H.245 Hand...0xb0a03000            h323.cxx(3509)    H323    InternalEstablishedConnectionCheck: connectionState=EstablishedConnection fastStartState=FastStartDisabled H.245 is ready
 24:45.926    PExternalT...0xa0559720    XMOpalManager.cpp(692)    2009-01-20 14:41:48 Media stream opened: sending "G.711-uLaw-64k"
 24:45.927    PExternalT...0xa0559720    XMOpalManager.cpp(692)    2009-01-20 14:41:48 Media stream opened: sending "H.261 (CIF)"
 24:45.927    PExternalT...0xa0559720    XMOpalManager.cpp(692)    2009-01-20 14:41:48 Media stream opened: receiving "G.711-uLaw-64k"
 24:46.268     Media Patch:0xb0b07000          jitter.cxx(492)    RTP    Jitter buffer target realigned to current jitter buffer
 24:46.326     Media Patch:0xb0b07000          jitter.cxx(492)    RTP    Jitter buffer target realigned to current jitter buffer
 24:46.545                   XMeeting         rtpconn.cxx(519)    RTP    Found existing RTP session 1
 24:46.545                   XMeeting         rtpconn.cxx(519)    RTP    Found existing RTP session 2
 24:46.771    PExternalT...0xb02b2000         osutils.cxx(90)    PTLib    Created external thread 0x1a89b4a0 for id 0xb02b2000
 24:46.771    PExternalT...0xb02b2000             rtp.cxx(816)    RTP    Session 2, first sent data: ver=2 pt=H261 psz=1378 m=0 x=0 seq=44128 ts=4211682454 src=65deb377 ccnt=0
 24:46.771    PExternalT...0xb02b2000             rtp.cxx(2115)    RTP_UDP    Session 2, write error on data port (1): Operation not permitted
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed
 24:46.772    PExternalT...0xb02b2000           patch.cxx(496)    Patch    WriteFrame failed



Can someone point out where I'm going wrong?

Thanks,
Russ

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Hannes Friederich | 20 Jan 23:34 2009
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Re: Xmeeting 0.3.4a pixellation with built in iSight

Hello,

This is a due to a bug in the latest QuickTime releases.
XMeeting 0.4 will fix this. A preview of 0.4 is available for download, but the application is quite unstable as of now.

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Hannes Friederich

On 16.01.2009, at 20:14, Aaron Greene wrote:

I was assisting one of our hearing impaired actors setup Xmeeting to connect to his home and other associates using VideoPhones.  He has a Black Intel Macbook with the built in iSight.  We installed Xmeeting and were able to connect without any problems very easily.  He was highly appreciative of such awesome software that was so useful instantly as he travels for his various acting jobs.  Unfortunately, as an IT professional I noticed that there were a number of Apple security updates he had not applied and urged him to keep his OS current.  He went home, made several video calls and a little while later did the updates (he is now on OSX 10.4.11 with all updates installed).  When he next went to launch Xmeeting to make some more calls, he had a bad case of pixellation on the video preview window.  I took a look at his machine again to confirm that his quicktime and video were working (iChat looks fine with the built in iSight).  I also downloaded the Xmeeting 0.3.4a to make sure we truly had the latest version.  He has made a call with the system and it will connect, and the far end video looks just fine.  However his preview window and the far side client see the same problems.  The near end video is actually correct in the center of the window, but it appears about quarter size (centered) and all the pixels radiating out from the 'edge' of the good data is just duplicates of the edge pixels.  It would be a cool effect if it was on purpose.  Anyone with any suggestions? 

 

Thanks,

 

Aaron Greene

Network Operations Manager

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

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Chris justice | 21 Jan 00:03 2009

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