I've been using Netmeetign 3.01 for a while.
I didnt' find any remarkable difference in video quality between .211 and
Especially if u have large bandwidth like me ( DSL ).
Netmeeting 2.11 overall performance is better than 3.01.
I'm afraid that 2.11 life is going to end soon...
And I cant find any good news about future version of netmeeting (integrated
in msn messenger) so far...:-(((
I really cant understand why Microsoft wants to break down
the huge potential of Netmeeting in being the real exciting alternative to
Irc (txt only) related clients .
The videochat is growing faster and faster.
The few ILS remaining are overcrowded of chatters...hundreds...thounsands
(only 2 yrs ago they were tens ).
I heard that the future version on netmeeting won't support ILS tecnology at
Why Microsoft dont understand the Directories is THE ONLY good way to make
brand new friends?
All most succesful chat programs mIRC, ICUII, CUSEEME are based on
You see a nickname that u like ...click on it...and u're done.
It's so easy.....
Why do they want to downgrade such a great program like netmeeting to a
hybrid ICQ- like software?
Netmeeting success is based on 2 simple things.
1) it's free
I think they're going to make a BIG mistake.
> > 3.01 has improved video and RDS, but 2.11 had features
> > that were removed in 3.01
> > This is what I recommend: if you're going to use it
> > primarily to talk to friends and family, use 3.01 for
> > the better video, audio and RDS. If you are going to use
> > it to make and receive random calls from the ILS
> > servers, then definately use 2.11.
> I will be meeting with "strangers" almost exclusively, and
> can't imagine that I would want RDS enabled at all.
> However, if there is a big difference in video, I still
> might want to use 3.01. I guess I always thought that video
> variations would be due to the cameras involved and
> bandwidth available, not so much the software.
> Can you tell me more about the video differences? If it
> matters, I will be using DSL, with 1.5mbps download speed,
> but only 128 kbps upload. Haven't bought the camera yet.