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Ekiga

Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is a soft phone, video conferencing, and instant messenger application for use over the Internet. It supports HD sound quality and video up to DVD size and quality. It is interoperable with many other standards compliant software, hardware, and service providers as it uses both of the major telephony standards, SIP and H.323.

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  •  20 Feb 2013 23:18

    Release Notes: All known crashes and freezes were fixed, including the long-standing freeze on quit on Windows. H.323 with gatekeeper is now functional again. There were two registration fixes, and numerous other fixes here and there. All users are encouraged to upgrade.

    •  26 Nov 2012 21:19

      Release Notes: A major overhaul of the main window, a re-adding of the H264 and H263+ video plugins, A new pulse audio plugin (in ptlib), new audio codecs: SILK (used by skype), G.722.1 (aka Siren 7), and G.722.2 (aka GSM-AMR Wide band), fixed H.323 gatekeeper support, call auto-answer, support for handling multiple video streams (H.239), unregister of accounts when quitting, faster startup by not retrieving the canonical name of servers, fixes for the Contact field during registration, Jabber/XMPP and GStreamer fixes, and support for mingw-w64 on Windows using its own headers.

      •  23 Aug 2012 22:04

        Release Notes: This release overhauls the main window, reduces startup time in some cases, supports the latest ffmpeg/libav for the H.263, H.264, and MPEG4 video codecs, and fixes many other issues.

        •  24 Aug 2011 20:28

          Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It re-adds H264 and H263+ video plugins. It fixes presence in case of several tuples, and when receiving old presentity type without note. It re-adds contact limited compatibility mode for bogus registrars.

          •  21 Dec 2010 16:08

            Release Notes: This release brings several changes (bugs and protocol fixes, but not so many features and no security fixes). It is not a replacement for the stable release 3.2.7, but should be used by people having problems with the stable release (e.g. a pulse plugin is included in this release) and by people who want to help ekiga. Major changes include a new pulse audio plugin (in ptlib), various SIP/H.323 fixes, many code cleanups, and the replacement of various deprecated code sections with current equivalents.

            Recent comments

            21 Mar 2002 13:53 whitemice

            Building an ILS with OpenLDAP
            I have added a section on building an ILS server for use with both NetMeeting and GNOMEMeeting to my LDAP presentation. ldapv3.pdf (ftp://kalamazoolinux.org/pub/pdf/ldapv3.pdf) hosted by the Kalamazoo Linux Users Group (http://www.kalamazoolinux.org/). (Kalamazoo, Mi. USA)

            27 Feb 2002 07:53 dsandras

            Re: Multi-user conferences?

            > Sorry about this stupid comment, but is
            > there a way (already)
            > or plans to implement an interface to
            > a "reflector" that would
            > enable multi-user videoconferencing
            > using Gnomemeeting?


            You can download OpenMCU on http://www.openh323.org and connect to the MCU to enable n-to-n videoconferencing.

            27 Feb 2002 07:43 manzikki

            Multi-user conferences?
            Sorry about this stupid comment, but is there a way (already)
            or plans to implement an interface to a "reflector" that would
            enable multi-user videoconferencing using Gnomemeeting?

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