Video Conferencing And Collaboration Software iVisit Presenter - gHacks Tech News

Video Conferencing And Collaboration Software iVisit Presenter

ivisitIVisit Presenter is an easy to use video conferencing and collaboration software that has been recently released to the public as a beta version. The software can be freely used in one on one video conferences with the option to purchase the commercial edition of the software that raises the participants count to a maximum of eight. The minimum requirements for the video conferencing and collaboration software are a computer system running a Microsoft Windows operating system, a broadband connection, a webcam and microphone and an open 9940 UDP port. The only other prerequisite is the creation of a free account at the iVisit website. The login information need to be entered in the iVisit Presenter software.

The program will automatically display all available and supported audio and video devices during first run. To start a video conference users need to be selected from the address book. The first step after installation of the software is therefor to add users to the address book. The username that was registered at the iVisit website needs to be added to add the user to the software program.

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It is then possible to call or send messages to users that have been added to the address book. The sharing tools can be used to share documents with another user. It is for instance possible to share documents, presentations, applications, web browsers and even the whole desktop.

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Presentation Sharing

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Web Browser Sharing

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The software is available for Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers. A mobile version is also available for Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional. Interested users can download the video conferencing and collaboration software at the iVisit website.


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