[teknoids] Videoconference services?

Daniel Nagy dn56 at cornell.edu
Thu Dec 10 15:39:19 EST 2009

Well you don't necessarily even need that, depending on how many folks 
you are dealing with. We have a huge Teleconf rig, and we have in the 
past just used software on personal hardware (in our case OSX based 
machines). You just connect directly to the rig with no bridging needed, 
but I believe there are free bridging services (can't realy remember it 
was a while ago). With the built in cam it is good but not great. The 
key to the kingdom finding a client that is compatible with the H.323 
protocol. Xmeeting is the client for osx. Dunno about windows.

Kinkos/Fedex seems to have teleconf rooms at some of their locations: 
http://bit.ly/72oFD2 .


Sparks, Michael wrote:
> We occasionally find ourselves in need of video conference locations 
> around the country. The locations are somewhat random and the caller 
> is not always associated with a nearby school or law firm with 
> suitable resources. I know there are services that provide not only 
> the bridging but also a large network of meeting rooms ready for use.
> Do any of you use a service like this? Does it work well for you? 
> Would you recommend any particular provider?
> Thanks,
> Michael
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> **Louisiana State University Law Center
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