06-23-2009 05:43 AM
With respect to a single computer; you may only have have one instance of the Logitech Vid software running and signed into a users account at any time.
With respect to a network; you may have multiple computers each running their own single instance of the Logitech Vid software and signed into different user accounts at the same time.
In the network scenario, you may need to change the base port in Logitech Vid on one or more of the computers to ensure they are all able to communicate properly.
Here is a 2 computer example:
Launch Logitech Vid. Clicking "My Settings" in the lower right corner of the Logitech Vid application. Then click "Application & Device settings". At the bottom of the screen, scroll down all the way in the "Advance Settings" section until you see the "base port" field. Leave the value on one computer at 9000 and change the value on the second computer to 9001. Exit and restart Logitech Vid on the computer you changed to 9001.
Login into your Logitech Vid user accounts on both computers.
Now you have two Logitech Vid user accounts running at the same time on your network. Both capable of making and receiving calls simultaneously.
01-22-2012 02:50 PM
I believe being able to conference call whether it is a three person or more is very important. Since I am speaking of Vid HD or people using Skype and not calling a phone, I believe this is necessary for this software. I use Vid HD for the largest majority of my Video calling.
01-23-2012 10:55 AM
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