But that camera, is it Samsung? Skype approved cameras are almost always for PCs and Apples.
-> And then it's not Samsung killing Skype but Microsoft. Be sure you know this.
That said, a small PC is likely the exit here.
I have an older Samsung smart tv,and want to add video conferencing. So, I bought a Skype -approved cam, plugged it in to the USB and then went to download Skype from the Samsung App store. Problem is, my smart tv doesn't have Skype as an option, and I can't add any apps from the store, according to Samsung.
They also said the usb won't work anyway, since it only recognizes sticks and not cameras.
Then as if that wasn't bad enough, Samsung is killing Skype from all of their TVs, starting in June.
Soooo, I have neither the software or the hardware to have the video chat that I want. I have seen units like Tely and others, but will those give me the whole solution?
I have 2 offices with TVs, and I had this great excitement over hooking them up for meetings and stuff.
Can anyone give me some suggestions, or at least point me in the right direction please?
Help me Obi Wan, you're my only hope. ...