The Skype team has just released a beta version of Skype for Windows 5. The new version introduces free video calling in a group that supports up to 5 people. Every one in the group are able to see and hear each other. The video call feature is advertised as a free trial suggests that it becomes a payment feature in future versions of Skype, as when the final version is released in May Skype. It is currently in beta that means there will be more upgrading is possible.
To make video calls to each participant in the group video call group needs to run the beta of Skype 5. For calls in groups then you can start using the Add button to invite people in conversation and then clicking Video Call button later. Skype call in groups require a fast Internet connection and a “reasonably” PC. However, Group calls are billed as a new bonus features that developers will make their debut in 2010, which suggests that there will be additional payment functions.
The list of release notes, other improvements and new features in Skype beta 5 will be possible. If any user find bugs or have any suggestion regarding its feature, then he can suggest to Skype. Interested users can download Skype Beta 5 for Windows on the official Skype website skype.com.
Group video calling works with beta 5 and only supports Windows operating system. All people on the call should have this version of Skype, because on other version it doesn’t work. For calls your PC should have 1GHz processor, at least 256 MB of RAM and must have webcam with good pixel (for clear image).
Source by Shoeb Siddique