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Video chat is the service provided by different messenger softwares. It is not a feature of a laptop. For video chat you need a web cam and a messenger. All most every messenger in the market like Yahoo, MSN , Nimbuz , Skype offers video chat. Install any of the messenger,
make an ID, invite the other person to make ID on that messenger.
When you both are connected to that messenger then start the video call.
If your laptop does not have a built-in webcam you can also purchase it separately. It is not very expensive.
if you open msn page
then click on the name of the person that you want to video with
go up to tools if its there
if its not go to
bottom right hand side of screen where you would normally text
and you should see an arrow which when highlighted says
( Show more commands )
click on it and go down to and click on Show the menu bar
then the tools option should be in the top of the box of the person that you are in chat/video or text with
anyway click tools
then click on set up audio and video devices
then it should open up the audio/video/webcam set up box
and if there is a problem with either audio or webcam it will tell you then
Here are the steps to use web cam on MSM:-
Log in to your account at the MSN Web site.
Locate the "Webcam" icon underneath your display picture.
Click the "Webcam" icon.
Select "Send My Webcam" to the person that you want to send your video to.
Wait for your chat partner to accept your Webcam invitation. Once he or she accepts it, your live video feed will begin.
Finish sending the video feed by clicking the "Webcam" icon once again.
Open the MSN Messenger program on your computer.
Show or Hide Your Webcam
Open MSN Messenger on your computer.
Click the "Tools" menu and then select "Options" from the drop-down list.
Locate the "Personal" link and click it with your mouse.
Find the "My Webcam" area and either select or de-select next to where it says "Allow Others to See That I Have a Webcam." This is handy for letting those in your chat list know whether you can have a video chat with them--whether or not they have Webcams.
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