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Video Conferencing Software

By dalberts ·
Just curious what everybody's oppinion is on the best video conferencing software to use with webcams? For now I don't need anything fancy like sharing the desktop or stuff like that. I simply want to have a video conference between one person and a boardroom. Thanks in advance for all of your insight!

Derek

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Same position...

by critch In reply to Video Conferencing Softwa ...

Did you receive feedback on this?
did you implement a solution?

thx

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What to choose

by chris.l In reply to Same position...

Need a video conferencing software solution to speak to other branch offices in other countries via ADSL with video and audio. Looking at Skype, GoToMeeting and Webex.

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Skip the WebCam. Put in some proper hardware.

by 1bn0 In reply to Video Conferencing Softwa ...

http://www.polycom.com/products/telepresence_video/video_conference_systems/index.html

Room Systems (e.g. Board Room)
http://www.polycom.com/products/telepresence_video/video_conference_systems/room_systems/index.html

Personal Systems (e.g. Desktop installation)
http://www.polycom.com/products/telepresence_video/video_conference_systems/personal_systems/index.html

Currently have 3 Polycomm VSX 7000 cameras connected to 42 Plasma Displays. The cameras come with a table top microphone that can be placed on the board room table.

Good video quality and good sound.

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