Ovoo: VC Tool for con­duct­ing meet­ings in 3D

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Ovoo is an easy to op­er­ate video con­fer­enc­ing tool with a fea­ture in­ten­sive user in­ter­face yet very easy to fol­low, as most of the but­tons are clearly de­mar­cated with their pur­pose. On the top, you have op­tions for call­ing up to 6 peo­ple at a time on a video call. To make mat­ters eas­ier, there is a call me link, to start video call with peo­ple who don’t have or who don’t know about Ovoo. You can send the link via face­book too. You can con­duct video calls in 3D, HD, full screen and side­bar mode and along with them you can carry out a side by side chat in var­i­ous font types. Video Calls/Con­fer­ences can be recorded and you can send files to oth­ers dur­ing the call. The qual­ity of video call­ing is good, es­pe­cially in HD, though re­ly­ing on HD does eat up some band­width and will make the re­sponse slow. For this pur­pose, there is a band­width in­di­ca­tor to keep you posted in real time about the net­work health.

The in­ter­face places all your con­tacts with their video im­ages in a side­bar, like in so­cial net­work­ing sites, so they stay right in front of you. Ovoo comes in two ver­sion-paid and free. The former has more features like phone calls to land­lines, file shar­ing of large files of up to 25mb. In free ver­sion you can send files of upto 5MB, video chat with upto 6 peo­ple, record video mes­sag­ing of 1minute and send it to other users dur­ing/af­ter the call. Screen­share is avail­able too but is avail­able in the paid ver­sion. Bot­tom­line: The features, in­ter­face & us­bal­ity makes it one of the favourable choice.

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