Skype allows users to hold video and audio conferences that can accommodate up to 25 participants and can also support multi-person video conferencing with other Skype users, enabling on-the-go conferencing.
Skype was one of the first video telephony techniques to become a household application, and it is still a popular choice for video chats. If you start a video call with fewer than 25 subscribers, you can choose not to ring the bell. Instead, subscribers will receive a notification that the call has started and will be able to select the “Connect Call” button as soon as they are ready.
You can then start adding contacts from the selected list using the search bar or enter the person you want to invite to the group video call, check their name and check them off in a search box.
To start a group of video calls, select the right arrow at the top right of the screen to create your group, click on the new list of group chat options, enter the name of your groups, and select a camera icon to upload a photo for each group. Before you start the video calls of the groups, you can select your new chat button and enter a name for your group.
If you have the right equipment, you can send and receive 720p HD video streams and send them to your friends, family members, work colleagues, colleagues and even friends of friends.