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Information for Distant Students & Traveling. MSN Messenger Installation and Register Webcam Purchasing Webcam Installation Connecting W ith Y our Webcam. MSN Messenger Installation. First, go to the black board. And go to class video, then you can find “Install_MSN_Messenger 7.5”

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Information for Distant Students & Traveling

  • MSN Messenger Installation and Register
  • Webcam Purchasing
  • Webcam Installation
  • Connecting With Your Webcam
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MSN Messenger Installation

First, go to the black board. And go to class video,

then you can find “Install_MSN_Messenger 7.5”

Please, download this file and set up on your laptop.

Second, if you have hotmail account(XYX@hotmail.com),

please send your email account to Ki Kim via email.

(Ki Kim : askpk5@uaa.alaska.edu)

Third, If you don’t have hotmail account, please follow next step.

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Go to www.msn.com

  • Click “My MSN”

3. If you click it, you will get his screen.

Please select “Sign Up” and make your account following the steps.

4. After making your hotmail account, please send Ki Kim your email address via email.

Ki Kim : askpk5@uaa.alaska.edu

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5. After making your hotmail account,

please log on to MSN Messenger.

Then, select Contacts and click Add a Contact.

6. If you click Add a Contact, you’ll have screen like below

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7. Then, please type 5 email addresses below.

One address at a time.

8. If you have a hard time to add email addresses,

please send your hotmail address to Ki Kim(askpk5@uaa.alaska.edu)

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Webcam Purchasing

You can buy a webcam from Best Buy, COMPUSA, etc.

Please purchase a webcam which has microphone in it.

Based on our ESPM experience, webcam with microphone is the best for class.

If you want, you can use a headset and webcam also.

If you have a hard time to select a webcam, we recommend Logitech webcam.

(http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/US/EN)

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Webcam Installation

1. After finishing webcam setup on your laptop,

Please setup up your MSN Messenger’s webcam setting.

2. Click “Tools” and select “Audio and Video setup…”

3. Then click next and select “Play Sound”

If you hear a sound,

your speaker setting is OK.

But there’s no sound,

Please, select proper

device what you will use.

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Webcam Installation(cont.)

  • 4. After finishing speaker setup,
  • Please make any sound (Test 1,2 3..)
  • and make sure the volume bar is going
  • up and down.
  • If it is moving, your microphone setup is OK.
  • But, it doesn’t move, please select proper
  • device that you will use.
  • ***PLEASE NOTE*** Unless you are using
  • a headset microphone, please set the
  • Microphone Volume very low as shown in
  • the picture.
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Webcam Installation(cont.)

4. After finishing Mic. setup,

Please make sure you can see a image on

the box.

If you can a image, it’s OK.

But, if you can’t, please select proper

device what you will use.

starting and maintaining a webcam conversation via msn
Starting and Maintaining a Webcam Conversation Via MSN
  • Double any of the online Mspm accounts. It should bring up a window that looks similar to this.
  • Click on the “Start or Stop a Video Call” button
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Starting and Maintaining a Webcam Conversation Via MSN
  • The window will enlarge showing 2 video boxes. These boxes may take a while for anything to appear in, but they are preparing your webcam footage.
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Starting and Maintaining a Webcam Conversation Via MSN
  • Pay particular attention to the Volume receiving and the

Volume transmitting bars

  • Properly adjusted sound levels should be similar to those depicted.
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Starting and Maintaining a Webcam Conversation Via MSN
  • Please insure that your Line out, or Volume Transmitting is VERY low, especially if you are not using a headset. If this is too high, it will create a feedback circuit. Do not worry if this seems too low, we will adjust the volume out on our end to insure you are heard.
  • Adjust your volume level slowly till you have achieved a comfortable listening level. This level should be below the level of your spoken voice for optimal clarity.
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Starting and Maintaining a Webcam Conversation Via MSN

Open MIC System

Closed MIC System

A headset closes the loop that can be created by an open system. While wearing a headset may seem tedious at times, it is often preferable to blasting a classroom of professionals with a high-pitched squeal of

feedback.

  • When using an open MIC system (such as a microphone on a desk with speakers) you can produce feedback. Feedback is when a sound loops through a system indefinitely creating a squeal. The only way to stop feedback, is to kill the loop by not allowing the MIC to pick up speaker output.
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