Tag: VSee tips

VSee Tip for Windows – Adding Contacts (after July 7, 2015)

Say good-bye to “Add Contact” in your menu (VSee Windows users). VSee’s new streamlined Windows address book makes it easier to search and add contacts to your contact list. Just search for the contact you want to add in the search bar. If they are already a VSee user, they…

VSee Tip #7 – VSee Recording Playback and Convert from MKV File

VSee saves recorded video as Matroska (.mkv) files. To play a file, you can use VLC media player for playing MKV files on both Windows and Mac.  You can also check out other some alternatives to VLC here. Set up VLC to Play Videos Side-by-Side VLC for Windows view Go…

VSee Tip #1 – Shortcuts for Arranging Your Video Windows

Unlike most video conference services, VSee gives you tons of control over how you want to display your video windows. Click on the icon with the four tiles in the top right corner of your video window for the “Arrange Video Windows” menu (pictured above).  Better yet, try these easy…

VSee Tip #3 – What Do the Colored Bars on a Caller’s Window Mean?

The bars on the bottom right of a caller’s video window show you the strength of the network or connection between you and the caller. Green ♦(strong) – great audio and video Yellow ♦ (medium) – possibility of some audio and video interruptions Red ♦ (weak) – likely to have audio and…

Top 5 Ways To Use The VSee Invite Link

Today, we have some VSee tips on using the VSee invite link (a.k.a. VSee invite open URL).  The invite link is a handy little web link that can take the work out of adding contacts to your address book.  Instead of always having to directly send an invite from the…

VSee Features Highlight: One-click

Everyone knows that “less is more,” right?  VSee’s dedication to this common-sense design principle into action by making it possible for anyone to get started using VSee with just a single click from its home page.  There is no downloading and no installing involved for the user. If you’re interested…

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