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08 Jan, 2016 02:03 PM
First of all hello to everyone, and happy new year!
Well, some days ago i wanted to use video calls on my old G4 mac, but i realized there are no more programs which allow you to do that. So i got an idea... I knew there were sites where you can video chat with people, so i tried them.
I tried every single site that use WebRTC standard, like Gruveo or similiars, tha call starts, but you can't see the other person.
Thanks in advance for your help.
on 08 Jan, 2016 06:37 PM
We don't support WebRTC. This is documented in the release
It's not a high priority given that most Power Macs can't handle
the CPU overhead of WebRTC effectively, unfortunately.
on 09 Jan, 2016 02:38 AM
Thank you for your answer Cameron...
I apologize for being bad informated on the argument... But if there are no ways to make it works through the browser, do you know any other manner to make video calls on our beloved powerpcs?
on 09 Jan, 2016 05:08 AM
Unfortunately, I don't use my G5 for that currently, so I don't
have any suggestions for you. Perhaps another user does.
on 25 Jan, 2016 04:37 PM
Hi to everyone, i write here again to say that i found a still working app which allows video chat... It's Yahoo messenger 3.0.2, i tested it between a windows pc and my powerpc mac
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