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Topic # 27663 3-Nov-2008 13:04
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The boss has asked me to find some decent software for video conferencing. Ive suggested Skype but he wants to be able to record the conference and the couple of 3rd party apps Ive tried with Skype fail to work at all.

Anyone know of some decent conferencing software with a record option ? Preferably to record the whole video, not just the audio.


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  Reply # 175893 4-Nov-2008 21:40
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If you're after an open source solution there's Ekiga, it's basically a softphone/SIP client but has a few extras built in (like video conferencing). There's binaries available for Linux, BSD and Windows.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 176133 5-Nov-2008 15:36
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Giving GotoMeeting a shot, thanks for suggestions guys Smile




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  Reply # 176267 6-Nov-2008 10:42
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Goto meeting was a bit hit and miss but no webcam support so had to pass on that.....  Live Meeting seems to be pretty good and what we need but video is extremely laggy......   oh well, cant win 'em all :)




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Reply # 176268 6-Nov-2008 11:01
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Try QuickVisuals at www.quickvisuals.net or www.ganconference.com

It fits exactly what you are looking for

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