Video conferencing using a regular PC, for many, still means jerky images. There are a few things you can do to ensure that the video image is improved. Of course having a high speed internet connection is very important. If you, your key customers and partners can establish video conferencing links, you’ll find you save time and money, can be more productive, and can have closer relationships with your customers.
The New York Times writes Practically every part of the video chatting experience can be enhanced, but it helps to begin with a good camera. There are a number of adequate ones on the market at prices lower than $50, but many rely on low-grade sensors using C.M.O.S. technology (for complementary metal oxide semiconductor) that offer lower resolutions and send fewer frames a second.
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