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Jitsi Tutorial 4 – Audio and video settings

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Jitsi Tutorial 4 – Audio and video settings

In order to use Jitsi for audio and video calling, we need to set up our microphone and webcam. Doing this is really easy. Simply attach your camera and headset and then follow this video tutorial.

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Jitsi Tutorial 3 – Managing contacts

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Jitsi Tutorial 3 – Managing contacts

In this Jitsi tutorial video we’ll look at how you can add and manage contacts in Jitsi and also how you can send instant messages.

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Jitsi Tutorial 2 – Getting started

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Jitsi Tutorial 2 – Getting started

In this video tutorial, we’ll look at using Jitsi for the first time. We’ll get an XMPP account from Duck Duck Go and configure Jitsi to use it.

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Jitsi Tutorial 1 – Installation

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Jitsi Tutorial 1 – Installation

In this tutorial we show you how to install Jitsi. Jitsi is an instant messaging, video and voice chat client with super strong privacy safeguards.

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Skype Tutorial 4 – Finding and adding Skype contacts

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Skype Tutorial 4 – Finding and adding Skype contacts

In this video tutorial, we demonstrate how to add Skype contacts to your contact list and also how you can communicate with them and manage your contact list.

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Skype Tutorial 3 – Skype audio settings and making your first internet phone call

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Skype Tutorial 3 – Skype audio settings and making your first internet phone call

In this video tutorial, we’ll take you through setting up Skype to work with your headset. Skype supports most popular types of headset, including USB and Bluetooth headsets.

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