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I have gobs of apps on my phone, but I doubt that I actually use more than 10 of them on a daily basis. WebEx GoToMeeting is also an online conferencing app. I have a Nokia Windows 8 phone. It lets you make audio and video calls, run online meetings, check my team’s presence status, and send instant messages. mobile phone cell phones apps tablets

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ReadyTalk — This standard for webinar production offers integrated slides, screensharing, live moderated chat, and high-quality recorded audio. Windows LiveMeeting — Our partners at Microsoft have been innovating web conferencing tools as convergence software , allowing for integration across Microsoft Office and Outlook in addition to synchronized audio and video. This post was written by Evonne Heyning , part of TechSoup's Community team.

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Using Web Conferencing Software To Create A Screencast

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But wait a minute, what if I could create a screencast out of a screensharing session or using a web conference system like Ready/Talk that offers video/audio recording? Nor I have been able to find his phone number or email to ask him directly. So, I just plunged in with Ready/Talk and made a quick video/audio capture of me talking to myself while looking at my screen. And, I wonder how complicated they are to use and if I need any additional audio editing software.

The search for good web conferencing, take 2

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

But interestingly, Yugma is now integrated with Skype, which totally changes the whole audio on a separate channel issue. In doing a bit more research (which I guess I hadn’ t done this summer) it turns out that Webex seems to allow desktop sharing with Linux.

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The search for good web conferencing

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

In my searches for tools that would allow me to start this endeavor, I had several things I wanted: Possibility of showing slides and sharing my Linux and Mac Desktop Audio conferencing (two way) Chat capabilities Clean, professional, bug-free interface Low (or no) infrastructure costs or setup Truly cross platform Inexpensive (but not necessarily free.) 15 per person/minute for audio is very tough to swallow. It does, apparently, do audio via VOIP. controlling audio etc).

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