Instant Messaging, Video Conferencing
oovoo software for video conferencing with multiple people
ooVoo is a program that lets you make video calls with excellent sound and picture quality, with up to 6 people at a time, being a good alternative to Skype. Like the latter, it also offers an affordable service calls (VOIP) from your PC or mobile phone number conventional.
Besides Videoconferencing allows the exchange of text (chat) and file, with characteristics similar to other instant messaging programs like MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger or Skype.
ooVoo has a tool that lets you share your desktop remotely, ideal for remote presentations and show an application or document to the other participants of the video conference.
You can record a video conferencing session and save video or upload to YouTube.
Create widgets with a photo which can be included in web pages, eg on MySpace or hi5 profile so that other users can add and chat or set up a video conference.
You will get a very attractive 3D interface,which is easy to use and is free, so most likely start to grow in popularity in the coming years.
ooVoo 3.5 (18.104.22.168) is the latest version (updated in September 2012), which is available for Windows, and ooVoo 3.1 (22.214.171.124) the latest version for Mac versions are also available for mobile phones with Android and for iPhone or iPad, which allow free calls (via WiFi) from the mobile device.
This version is free and has no restrictions on the total number of users who can simultaneously participate in a video conference: 12 users maximum quality high definition (HD) and the ability to record the sessions, showing a version Pro also supports session recording on their own servers, allows the sharing of the screen and it does not display advertising.
- Pentium 4, 1 GHz with 256 Mb of RAM
- 20Mb of hard disk space
- Webcam and headset
- Broadband (cable, DSL, etc.).
- Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7.
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