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What about Skype?
Skype only offers 1 to 1 vchat at the moment, don't they? We are looking for a solution that supports multi video feeds for V-conferences, kinda like iChat for Mac, execpt ichat only supports 4 people or less... we need more.
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Actually thinking a bit about it you're going to have a hard time finding a program that supports multiple video conferences, considering that your average home connection only has 512 kbit of upload, and a single webcam stream is at least 200 kbit.
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Actually thinking a bit about it you're going to have a hard time finding a program that supports multiple video conferences, considering that your average home connection only has 512 kbit of upload, and a single webcam stream is at least 200 kbit.
I don't have an average home connection, and neither does my Father's Office.
I get 4 to 6 Mbits on upload from my connection. His is even faster.
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The recipients needs an upload connection that is slightly thicker than your average connection too. Keep in mind that for every person (unless this is hosted on a remote server) you add, the need for upload increases.
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Skype only offers 1 to 1 vchat at the moment, don't they? We are looking for a solution that supports multi video feeds for V-conferences, kinda like iChat for Mac, execpt ichat only supports 4 people or less... we need more.
I say again - Live Meeting will do what you want it to...watch the videos here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/li...729061033.aspx

Also, like I mentioned before, the web-client will work for the Mac users too.
     
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Don't know if this helps, but have you tired Oovoo? I have just installed and used it. It's actually pretty great. Only thing is that it supports up to 6 people. As for audio, i suggest using another program.
    
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Well, for me, when it comes to ease of use and security, I actually prefer RHUB for video conferencing. Hosted services can be easily compromised; whereas, RHUB's appliance works from behind your firewall.
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Don't know if this helps, but have you tired Oovoo? I have just installed and used it. It's actually pretty great. Only thing is that it supports up to 6 people. As for audio, i suggest using another program.

+1 for ooVoo, though browser based would be ideal. EDIT: Didn't realize that was a necro bump, meh
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