|Jan 14, 2006, 01:17 PM||#1|
How to Video Chat using an iBook?
Day 3 of my iBook and I'm still loving it. Have almost converted 3 friends too!
My only incompatability issue so far is that I used to use MSN Messenger on Windows to Video chat with family abroad. The Mac version of Messenger doesn't seem to support it. I have downloaded Adium but that's text only too. iChat seems only to work with others who have iChat and so far I am the only person I know with a Mac!!
Can anyone help with a good Mac app which will let me video chat with Messenger users? Maybe I'm asking the impossible!
|Jan 14, 2006, 01:21 PM||#2|
I'm trying to do the same, not successful yet. But I found the following web page that I thought was very informative. Maybe it'll be useful to you too.
|Jan 14, 2006, 01:41 PM||#3|
I think Mercury for Mac (MSN client) can do video. Try that out. You're going to probably need an iSight though, not a USB web cam.
11.6" MBA | 4GB | 64GB
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