Audio Conversation vs. Video Conversation

Audio Conversation vs. Video Conversation

Post by QXJsZW5 » Fri, 22 Jul 2005 01:09:03


It seems that the audio that happens is a Video Conversation is more
relatiable than the audio that happens in an Audio Conversation in MSN
Messenger 7. Is there a difference? Also, I found the audio more reliable
when I used a microphone only vs. using a headset with a microphone. All help
greatly appreciated.
 
 
 

Audio Conversation vs. Video Conversation

Post by Jonathan K » Fri, 22 Jul 2005 04:54:29

Greetings Arlene,

From a technical point of view the audio functionality in both an audio conversation and a
video conversation are the same.

However, what exactly do you mean by "reliable" in this instance?
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Audio Conversation vs. Video Conversation

Post by QXJsZW5 » Fri, 22 Jul 2005 14:03:03

By reliable I mean that the audio comes through without breaking up or having
an echo. It also seemed to come through better (volume and minimal breaking
up) on my desktop rather than my notebook computer.