What is the best Video Chat software available?
I am curious as to what is the best video chat and conferencing software available??
I am not interested in the internet video chat such as yahoo Messenger or skype or msn messenger or anything of the like, basically anything you have to sign up for a new online account. I am just interested in software you and the person you want to talk to downloads or buys and then you can video chat with each other. Like business’s use for their Conference calls.
try CHA-CHA-CHAT ( on http://www.cha-cha-chat.com )
- free private video chat service, you can create your own video chat and invite people by email. No installation or registration required
Can I do video conferencing on Asus EeePC (Xandros) with people on MSN Messenger? With what software?
I’m looking to buy an Asus EeePC (7inch) and need to be able to do video conferencing with my friends who use MSN Messenger. I can‘t really get them to use another IM client and I don’t really want to have to try and put Windows XP onto the Asus as a copy of XP will make the Asus expensive.
What’s the lowest bandwidth using Video Conference method? I have ooVoo running and I use 2 VOIP phones on Cab?
I have Time warner residential cable where I have two vonage VOIP lines. And I run ooVoo for video conferencing.
I am having chopping voice on all 3 lines if I use them at the same time. Or even if I just ooVoo and use 1 VOIP line. Is there a way to solve this?
Can this be addressed by CPU? using better compression of my video before hitting the net? Or Are there video conference software that uses less bandwidth? Or should I just upgrade my internet connection to get more speed?
There is something called quality of service (QOS) where it gives priorities to certain applications or traffic above other traffic… For example you can allocate 70% of your bandwidth for your voice traffic… So this way you will guarantee that no matter how your network is converged or busy your voice traffic wont be affected…
Voice traffic always comes in the first place usually between 60- 70 % of the bandwidth is allocated for voice…. For video you could give it 25 – 35% conferencing
What is best for me? A PC Running Windows XP/Vista or an iMac 20″?
I want to buy a new computer for my home and business use.
At home I use it for vids, photos, music and standard apps. I don’t have the time to play many games.
I am going into business soon. We will open a language school and we want to do accounts, desktop publishing (fliers and newsletters) and making ads/worksheets. We need to be able to use English OS but Japanese language & software.
We will also be setting up a podcast service and we will want to do video-conferencing so that I can give lessons on the Internet. We need a good camera/mic setup.
I’m sick of buying things like System Mechanic, anti-spyware/virus etc. just to keep my Win-Tel machine running.
From now on I am getting reliability!
Should I buy
1 A cheap PC that runs Windows XP as i guess they will be getting cheap soon?
2 A new PC running Windows Vista?
3 An iMac? Thinking of the iMac 20″ 2.16GHz 2GB, 250GB HD, SuperDrive.
Get the iMac
- I have been a PC user and a mac use for over 6 years…
I have 2 PC’s (Dell, and a shuttle) and I have 2 macs (ibook and a iMac)…. Mac is far better for these reasons…
The machines are more stable, faster, easier to maintian, and there is much more attention to detial as far as product design and UI. Also with the new macs you can run both windows and OSx no problem…
Now both my PC’s run like poop. They are slow.. I am constantly having problems with spy whare and viruses… And they are clunky… And my shuttle is a pretty beefy system.
Now if you do by a mac here is a tip:
I recomend you get it maxed with ram… Don’t go with the first option on RAM…
And get the extra support… While i find macs are the better product they can have some flaws (nothing is 100% perfect). The support will cover most of the big problems…
Also if you get the iMac do not install the extended screen hack… This can lead to some other flaws later on…
Have fun =o)
Can I run the sims 3?
I want to get a new computer cheap and will I be able to run smoothly fast and with the expansion packs with this computer ?
Machines Black EL1352G-41w Desktop PC with AMD Athlon II X2 220 Processor and Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit):
Key Features and Benefits:
Athlon II X2 220 Processor
2.8GHz, 1MB cache
2GB DDR3 memory
2GB of memory give you options for surfing, video conferencing, documents, basic photo editing and simple eMachines home computer tasks
500GB SATA hard drive
Store over 333,000 photos, 142,000 songs, or 263 hours of HD videos and more
10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Connect to a broadband modem or a wired broadband router with wired Ethernet using the connection built right into your eMachines desktop PC
NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE integrated graphics
Expansion ports: 1 x PCI-E, 1 x PCI-E x16
Additional eMachines Desktop PC Features:
Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader
9 x USB 2.0 ports (5 front, 4 rear), 2 x PS/2 ports, 1 x headphone-out jack, 1 x VGA, 3 x audio jacks, 1 x Ethernet port (RJ-45), 1 x DC-in jack for AC adapter
Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (To learn more about the features of Windows 7, click here)
Microsoft Office 2010 Starter (purchase of Product Key required to activate full Office 2010 suite)
Symantec Norton Internet Security 2011 (60 day trial)
Support And Warranty:
1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty with Toll-Free Tech Support
What‘s In The Box:
eMachines PS/2 keyboard and mouse (wired)
USB speakers (wired)
Quick Start guide and documentation
AC power cord
Yes, but since you have integrated graphics you will need to lower the graphics settings in the game. It won’t run super fast or anything, but it will be playable.
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