Re: With Meetingplace Express is possibe using a Regular Webcam
to use your Webcam still requires an application to either turn it into a SIP, H.323 or SCCP capable device.
The CUVA application enables you to bind the Webcam to a Cisco IP Phones thus creating an SCCP endpoint and this will enable you to call directly into a MeetingPlace Express video conference as well as enable you to participate in Video Telephony.
I believe there are similar applications (sorry I can't recommend one) available that will allow you to use SIP & H.323 signalling with your Webcam and therefore allow you to join MeetingPlace video conferences. In this case you would either have to register the H.323 client to a CUCM or gatekeeper and the SIP client to CUCM.
Unless someone can tell us differently in this forum then I am certain there is nothing within a Windows OS build that will enable your webcam to participate in IP videoconferencing (i.e. built in SCCP, SIP or H.323 client capability).
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