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iChat AV 2.1 Video Compatible with PC AIM 5.5!


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Today's release of the 2.1 beta allows the rest of us to videoconference with the Windows masses. The setup is kind of touchy with firewall issues being somewhat problematic but VOIP took a big leap forward today. If you want to try out videoconferencing with a PC user and don't know anyone who is set up, try www.videochatfinder.com. Broadband, a lot of patience, and some knowledge of networks is required until a "wizard" is developed. Have fun and don't forget to buy a camera and microphone for Mom and Dad.
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