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Comment: split into orthogonal solutions (Score 1) 170

by whitespacedout (#30861224) Attached to: Affordable and Usable Video Conferencing?
Cheap, easy and pretty good is to split your solution into audio and video parts. Skype does really well at audio. For video, you could use an ip camera and a browser or bolt in anything else you like. If you want completely non-proprietary, ekiga is pretty good in its latest incarnation, though to get good video you have to use the non-free h.264 and for many-to-many you'd have to set up a sip router. That ends up harder.

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