Has anyone seen or tried this? https://appear.in/ It says, "Video conversations with up to 8 people for free.No login – no installs"
It's great to see person to person VoIP technology coming along in leaps and bounds like this. I wonder if this service will last?
Yeah, the video thing's pretty cool.
Titanpad looks almost identical to Etherpad: http://etherpad.org/ and there's already a Moodle plugin for it: https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=mod_etherpad
This one's more private: https://crypto.cat/ (Uses end-to-end encryption).
Perhaps you know of reliable H.323 clients for PCs. I am struggling to participate in a video conference from my laptop. On one end it is Polycom hardware, all high end stuff, and the other end runs Radvision, both H.323. They connect through a MCU, I have no idea what make it is.
The basic operation is transparent and simple. Both dial the IP address of the MCU and enter the conference ID when requested. My question is how to enter the conference from one's PC, ideally from any of the three platforms.
I saw Ekiga somewhere and did a quick test with my Debian laptop. I could kind of barge in to the conference by dialling h323:conf-ID@ip-address, but it disturbed the whole VC. There is a person who claims that he had joined the same Radvision and MCU from his Mac Notebook using Xmeeting. But I couldn't get him for a demo nor a documentation of how he did it. On the Windows front I read that Microsoft Netmeeting does it. Could you recommend a product?