03-21-2008, 09:19 AM
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Join Date: Mar 2008
VoIPowering Your Office: Waiting For Videophones
VoIP was supposed to bring cheap and easy videophones and video-conferencing to the masses. Webcams are all but free, and TV shows love to tease us with full-screen, full-color, perfect video calls. If you've tried it yourself, you know the reality isn't quite so pretty. You get a tiny little screen that is updated every few seconds, and the audio isn't even close to being synchronized. In fact it's often just as herky-jerky as the video. So we're not quite to the point of having big-screen-television-perfect videophony yet. But with a bit of luck you can make it work acceptably well.
There are a surprising number of free IP-based video calling services, mobile 3G shows a lot of promise, and we'll also take a look at getting video to work on your Asterisk-based iPBX. Skype
As usual, Skype makes it easy and pretty good. Yes, they're a closed network....... Wifi pune, Wi-fi Pune, Pune Unwire - VoIPowering Your Office Waiting For Videophones