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Desktop-to-Desktop Video Conferencing vs. Web ConferencingViews: 672
Jul 29, 2005 12:03 amDesktop-to-Desktop Video Conferencing vs. Web Conferencing#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

I would like to know how folks here feel about desktop-to-desktop video conferencing vs. web conferencing. I downloaded vSkype, which is a free download to check out its desktop-to-desktop capabilities. I was impressed, but not fully satisfied as the sound was not always there and the video was somewhat delayed in comparison to the audio. But, this was after-all a free program which could accomodate up to 200 people, supposedly. I have also done web conferences and fold those services lacking as well. However, with the web conferences I was always limited as to what I could show online. Plus, I had to upload the file to the website in order to show it. Then, there was the problem of people waiting in line to be able to ask a question. There just was not a free flow of information back-and-forth. On the other hand, with vSkype, I could share any file I wanted with my audience by just opening it up on my desktop. No uploading required.

Any comments on this?

Lamar Morgan

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Aug 03, 2005 7:10 amre: Desktop-to-Desktop Video Conferencing vs. Web Conferencing#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Garland,

Have you used vSkype? If you have, what do you think of it as a video conferencing marketing tool?

Lamar Morgan

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Aug 04, 2005 10:24 pmre: re: Desktop-to-Desktop Video Conferencing vs. Web Conferencing#

Leslie Baldwin
Hi Lamar,

I haven't had the opportunity to check out Vskype other than to download it, but a year ago I was involved with a company that constantly moved from one webconference company to another because they just couldn't find one that worked for everyone. Of course a year is a long time so things may have changed but they had the $$ to try several.

Leslie in San Antonio
http://www.springanew.com
http://www.san-antonio-on-line.com (coming soon)

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