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Topic # 107647 15-Aug-2012 17:54 Send private message

Has anyone had any joy getting a SIP video call working with a 2Talk account using some variant of H263 or H264?

I can get it working fairly well with a free sip2sip.info account, but a 2Talk account refuses to connect at all. I've got the video option turned on in the 2Talk settings and the relevant codecs enabled but can't make video calls to or from the service, either to/from a "proper" videoconference system (Tandberg unit) or various Android SIP clients. Again, the sip2sip.info account works just fine though.

I can call to/from regular phone numbers okay, but no dice on SIP numbers.

Am I missing something?




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  Reply # 672990 15-Aug-2012 18:37 Send private message

I have had this working between Android & iphone using Bria




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  Reply # 675145 21-Aug-2012 15:39 Send private message

Bria certainly seems to be a much sharper app than some of the alternatives, it has a much better go at connecting than anything else I've tried, still having issues but I think they're firewall related. Having to pay extra for the video capability seems a bit unnecessary. It's a lot less annoying than Vippie as well.

Thanks for the suggestion.




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