Gizmo Project

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 02 2007 @ 00:09 CEST by

Gizmo Project uses your internet connection (broadband or dial-up) to make calls to other computers. With the click of a mouse, you’re connected to friends, family, and colleagues anywhere on earth. It’s just that simple. You talk clearly. For as long as you want. For free. And with inexpensive add-ons like Call In and Call Out, you can talk to any telephone–mobile or landline–on the planet. Any phone? Yes.
We are exicted to announce that we have added video calling functionality into the Gizmo Project client for Windows. Now you can see and talk to family, friends, and colleagues all over the world.

We have an early beta version available for forum users only, click here to try it out!

There are known issues that need to be resolved before we release this client publicly, here's a list of improvement/fixes we are currently working on:

* Limited testing has been done making calls between Gizmo Project for Windows and other video enabled clients, we are continuing to make improvements in this area
* After initial video call, the call window opens in video mode on subsequent calls - video button has to be clicked to display video
* Audio cuts out intermittently during video calls
* Pause Local Video and Pause remote video functionality has not been implemented yet
* Intermittent issue: GizmoStartVideoEX Failed - Error: <>, is displayed when a video is initiated. (either starting the call with video icon or selecting icon after voice call is already started).
*Video preferences have not been implemented yet
* New UI and Graphics still being refined

Program Information

Internet and communication

Works on:

Product page: here

Download: Gizmo Project

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