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Video Conferencing

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#1 nforce


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Posted 23 July 2007 - 03:49 AM

Hello BC,
I wanted to know if anyone has a recommendation for a good video conferencing program.

A couple of friends and I have webcams and stuff and wanted to do a 5+ way chat. The problem with most programs though are that they either cost money, are part of a dating service or something, or you have to register on their site. I guess I wouldn't mind having to resister and login, but I really would prefer one that is similar to the Ventrilo voIP. I like how it is server and client oriented. And I would like one compatible with LAN as we am using the Hamachi virtual lan.

If anyone knows of a free one, I would love to know. Thanks

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#2 allan32


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Posted 07 March 2008 - 05:03 AM

Try Rhub turbomeeting web conferencing appliance ( if there is any kinda professionalism in it otherwise opt for Skype..it good enough ) delivers secured on-promise web conferencing with multi-functions including interactive meetings, seminars, remote support and remote access.

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