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i use two different gmail accounts ,one login at computer ,other login at N900.
first,i make a computer to phone video call.phone show my head .

last ,make phone to computer,computer show my head~

Although not is 3G video call.
Oh, only so so.


-if u want make gtalk video call, u must add your gmail account to N900, in VoIP and IM accounts.BTW, you may add other person account to contacts.


Waiting for real 3G video call future!

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I didn't catch that GTalk video call support had been added.

What do you mean by "real 3G video call"
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Probably 3G device to 3G device. (Though technically if you were using a Windows netbook on a 3G network then it would qualify wouldn't it?).
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It's funny that you Americans don't even know 3G video calls... I read somewhere that all US operators simply blocked it from their networks, maybe thats why.

3G video calls are part of the phone standard - you can simply call a person an decide if the call should be voice only or video. You do not use an IM network for that, it's a phone call. You're dialing the phone number. So the "Windows netbook on a 3G netwoork" doesn't qualify as 3G voice call - unless the Windows netbook has a driver and an application that react to phone calls and support this type of video call when I dial your number on my handset.
 

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Originally Posted by joemorin View Post
i use two different gmail accounts ,one login at computer ,other login at N900.
first,i make a computer to phone video call.phone show my head .
Funny. I just tried to call a friend via GTalk. he has an N900 with PR1.1, too. The option for the cam didn't show up, I couldn't do anything else than chat or talk.

Then I tried between my N900 and my desktop computer running Empathy.
I got a different user interface (it did have a part that would display the remote cam image - and a smaller place where I could see the image coming from my own front cam), but the video was non-functional. Black.

Am I about to configure router settings again to help NAT traversal?*sigh*
 

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Originally Posted by benny1967 View Post
Funny. I just tried to call a friend via GTalk. he has an N900 with PR1.1, too. The option for the cam didn't show up, I couldn't do anything else than chat or talk.

Then I tried between my N900 and my desktop computer running Empathy.
I got a different user interface (it did have a part that would display the remote cam image - and a smaller place where I could see the image coming from my own front cam), but the video was non-functional. Black.

Am I about to configure router settings again to help NAT traversal?*sigh*
you can try close your computer firewall .open computer gtalk before you must download gtalk voice video ActiveX. i download this activex programme.I suspect that the reason for the firewall.

but,N900 front camera not good,such as it is.video isn't very sharp.
 

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but,N900 front camera not good,such as it is.video isn't very sharp.
How can you tell if it's sharp or not beneath all the noise?
 

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Hmmm, sounds great! Wonder if Skype video call will be supported soon.
 

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i did the test :

using my laptop under ubuntu 9.10 using empathy and my n900, i did a video call, and when call was notified on my n900, i take it and when phone screen appears, i seen a "camera" button, i clicked on and a second after i saw two pictures : one from my laptop webcam, and another from the N900 front camera, so it works but its really ugly and slow ...
 

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ActiveX component...
 

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