By Steven G. Mehta

Ever wonder which video conferencing service is the best for your needs. Well the Guide listed below is extremely helpful in trying to analyze the different videoconferencing services.
Video Conferencing And Video Calling Services – Sharewoood Guide

This information was provided by http://www.masternewmedia.org.  You can go to the complete discussion by clicking here.

My favorite is Tokbox.  It is free to use, allows up to 20 people to do a videoconference, and connects easily with your facebook friends and contacts.  Here is a brief excerpt of some of the review of the just a few of the other services from masternewmedia.org.

  • Oovoo

    ooVoo is a video-conferencing software available for Windows and Mac. After a quick registration, you are able to communicate with people through text-chat, video-audio conference (up to six people) and also to record video messages. You can also share up to 20 files at once to as many contacts as you want, up to 25 MB per file. Still in beta, it is free to download and use.
    http://www.oovoo.com/
  • Adobe Connect Now

    Adobe Connect Now is part of the new Acrobat.com of online collaboration tools. This one lets you create online meetings where you can do videoconferencing, VoIP conversations, whiteboard, share files, chat, and share your screen. You can change a person’s role at anytime, and move the activity pods as you wish during the meeting. The service is free to use, as the rest of the suite, after a simple registration.
    http://www.acrobat.com/
  • VSee
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    VSee is a free videoconferencing and application sharing service, and it allows you to talk with multiple people on your computer. You can remotely edit and annotate documents, share applications and desktops, transfer files, record and share videos, pan, tilt, and zoom remote cameras. Vsee is free to use for an unlimited number of people.
    http://vsee.com/
  • SightSpeed
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    SightSpeed is a cross-platform videoconferencing system that is light, performing and cheap. You can use it to have video calls with up to 9 people, text-chat with them, share files, record your sessions and send video messages. Free for two people, or $9.95/month for 4 people and unlimited video storage. Also, a new web based version of the program is available.
    http://www.sightspeed.com/
  • PalBee.com

    PalBee.com is a video conferencing system, that has just launched a new version of the product. It lets you set up video meetings with up to 10 people, who can all whiteboard, upload PowerPoint presentations, record for one hour anything that happens in the conference and publish it as a video on YouTube. The service is completely free to use.
    http://www.palbee.com/
  • To see the complete list, click below.

    Link: http://www.masternewmedia.org/best_video_conferencing_tools_that_anyone_can/#ixzz158ND692k

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