Video / Audio conference

Discussion in 'Internet & Networking' started by zy, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. zy

    zy Staff Member

    any good video & audio conference software which supports :

    multiple webcams/video conference
    uses LAN connection / IP ...
    easy to use ?
    & free ????

    any suggestions ?
  2. Olle P

    Olle P Newbie

    No freebies I know of can handle that much.
    - MS Netmeeting works fairly well for two users point to point, but other than that I don't know any freeware.

    - VCON vPoint is a nice program I use professionally, and it can also handle camera controls at both ends.
    - Polycom PVX is another software I use, which is very similar to vPoint.
    Both these can register on gatekeepers and directories, use H.323, have multiple picture sources, etc.

  3. aKho

    aKho beat around the bush

    skype video? :think:
  4. zy

    zy Staff Member

    skype video is for between 2 users. . i want something which supports like 3 or more users at the same time with video & audio
  5. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Hmm.. Microsoft NetMeeting? :think:
  6. luqman

    luqman Newbie

    hmmm i'd say Paltalk
    i use it it gives me 6 diffrent video screens :mrgreen: oh and here is tha address and there u go :thumb:
  7. aKho

    aKho beat around the bush

    i always thought skype video could support 2 and more users when video conferencing.. since msn could not. :think:

    looks like i'll give paltalk a try and see if it's any good.. :mrgreen:
  8. chrispeterson

    chrispeterson Newbie

    Skype is free but cannot be completely used as video conferencing software. You can try deploying on premise RHUB web video conferencing appliances. It provides Multipoint video conferencing, wherein, the system allows up to four webcams to join a video conference.

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