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Can I do video conferencing with Windows Media Player - it has been suggested, and if so,how?

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I would like to do a video conferencing solution, and have been told I can make that happen with a video camera that captures sound for the main site, and some IP cameras with a microphone plugged into an audio card at the remote sites.  I woudl ideally want at least everyone to see and hear the main site,and better yet, allow the remote sites to be seen and heard also.  What is involved in making this happen?
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you would have to record the video conferencing IP camera. embedd a video onto the site, make sure all the settings are correct to match your camera, so it reads it, and then go from there. it would be tricky i would imagine. this guide also might help out a little bit--
http://www.more.net/technical/videostreaming/
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