iChat AV suffers some glitches in beta form but it shows major potential--at least while it's still free.
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The video effects in Apple's Photo Booth and iChat programs are popular and fun, but on some systems they may not show up properly.
Apple's upcoming chat service for its iOS devices could end up as part of Apple's Mac OS X chat software as well, according to a new report.
Occasionally a situation arises where you need to transfer a file to someone but you have forgotten your external hard drive or burnable disc. In these situations, you can set up a private network and use iChat to easily transfer the file.
iChat supports the option to record video chats, but on some MacBook Air systems users may find the Record Chat option is not available.
At the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, AnchorDesk's David Coursey checks out Apple's new iChat AV, which enables Mac users to hold high-quality video conferences over broadband. The software is a major feature of "Panther," the next version of Mac OS X.
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest iteration of iChat at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2006 in San Francisco. The application now offer users Photo Booth features for their video conferencing and the ability to add backdrops.
Users may experience an issue regarding the minimum width of a chat window in Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard's iChat.
Despite having fast internet connections and the latest OS and hardware, iChat may chop and potentially crash.
Occasionally, people who use iChat's video chatting capabilities with an external camcorder may experience an issue where a continuous array of transitions and effects are applied to the chat window.