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Setting up video conferences

Thursday, 07 August 2008 22:02
I'd really like to get some software together to make video conferencing easier. There are video sip clients out there, but most cost money....or are proprietary/closed.


VLC - videolan client
VideoLAN - Free and Open Source software and video streaming solutions for every OS!
VLC is a powerful tool when dealing with video. It provides streaming functions...so it could be used for network video broadcasts. You can use it to stream your webcam using RTP.
VideoLAN Streaming Howto
Chapter 4. Examples for advanced use of VLC's stream output (transcoding, multiple streaming, etc...)
JDD’s Weblog » Broadcast your webcam using VLC & w3cam


Free Video Chat and Video Conferencing from ooVoo - never used it.

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