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Softphone eyeBeam is a free trial software published in the Telephony list of programs, part of Communications.This Telephony program is available in English. It was last updated on 20 January, 2023. Softphone eyeBeam is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows.The company that develops Softphone eyeBeam is CounterPath. The latest version released by its developer is 1.5. This version was rated by 222 users of our site and has an average rating of 2.9.The download we have available for Softphone eyeBeam has a file size of 31.46 MB. Just click the green Download button above to start the downloading process. The program is listed on our website since 2010-03-04 and was downloaded 243999 times. We have already checked if the download link is safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus. Your antivirus may detect the Softphone eyeBeam as malware if the download link is broken.How to install Softphone eyeBeam on your Windows device:Click on the Download button on our website. This will start the download from the website of the developer.
Once the Softphone eyeBeam is downloaded click on it to start the setup process (assuming you are on a desktop computer).
When the installation is finished you should be able to see and run the program.
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I downloaded the program and took it with me on a business trip the following week. Upon initial installation I found that the program overwrote the version that I had been issued by ZipDX. I suppose this makes sense as both were in the v1.5 branch. However, the license key that ZipDX had provided would not enable the new release. I contacted Counterpath and they very quickly provided me a license key to enable the new release.
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Moviesandbox is a project Friedrich was working on during his Fellowship at Eyebeam. Its a fantastic an Open-Source, Real-Time 3D Animation tool that he's ready to take to the next level, including a linux version, and documentation so that its better able to be used by all.
We tested video calling with the initial release of Bria (v3) and experienced some pretty severe frame rate and video-quality issues. Counterpath has since upgraded the softphone to version 3.1. The video call-quality issues have been resolved.
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Just thought i'd post here that i've managed to make a portable version of eyeBeam 126.96.36.199, the VOiP software ( ) using Klonk's fantastic "Portable Application Template 1.3". The only thing it leaves behind are two empty folders in $profile/Local Settings/Application Data; CounterPath\RegNow Enhanced. If anyone is intrested i can post the .nsi
no problem, just use Klonk's great Portable Application Template ( ) and add the following settings for the regkeys and settings dirs. Then all you need to do is copy the eyebeam directory into the the portable app directory, simple.
If you want to keep all your current eyebeam settings, just backup the counterpath directory, which you should find in the following directory (or just do a search):C:\Documents and Settings\"username"\Application Data\CounterPath
New to all this and not quite grasping the idea here.Does anyone have all this together thee could zipup and email to me?excluding the contents of the counterpath program, delete its contents I can add my owndir contents from the eyebeam program.
So for the good luck part, the most helpful advice would be to reinstall the latest version of the app (or the current version you installed if you still have the installer) - downloading it from another computer if needed and hope that when the timer goes to 0 like the FAQ describes - you can then unblock things before trying to uninstall it once the block period has expired.
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CounterPath on Thursday announced that the latest version of its free SIP softphone, is now available as a free download for the Mac operating system. X-Lite 3.0 is based on, CounterPath's carrier grade commercial SIP softphone client, and provides high quality audio/video capabilities, instant messaging and presence management in combination with 'zero-touch configuration,' a comprehensive address book and more. X-Lite 3.0 supports audio, detailed call history, up to 2 lines, speaker phone functionality, and voice and video call recording, while the commercial eyeBeam (starting at $60) adds support for more lines, multiple SIP accounts, call transfers, H.264 and other advanced codecs, encrypted chats, etc.
In addition, both the free and commercial versions support multi-party and ad hoc audio/video conferencing along with enhanced quality of service (QoS) for both video and voice calls. It requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. 'In providing a feature-rich, free softphone download, we are offering consumers an invitation to engage in VoIP-based communications and to explore the convenience of using a softphone in a multi-media context,' said Donovan Jones, President and COO of CounterPath. 'Our aim is to support and accelerate mainstream adoption of VoIP while providing an opportunity for innovation and growth within the SIP community.'
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