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My guess is that Biscotti will work on clarifying some of the language and visuals on set up when they deliver the first Biscotti update.
Biscotti is a somewhat unusual video conferencing solution in that, instead of using a separate HDMI input, it employs an HDMI pass-though.
Quality Biscotti-to-Biscotti was pretty good, Biscotti-to-Gmail (which means they’re likely on a computer) was just OK.
Every once in a while the image would pixelate or smear—especially if the other caller moved.
Websites like Omegle Chat, added new option as Omeglezero Random Video Chat which assigns the matches randomly and gives a fair opportunity to…
There are two choices at this point call someone within the Biscotti network or call someone who uses Google’s voice and video chat.
Since Biscotti is relatively new and few other people actually own the device, it’s likely you’ll start by calling someone on GChat (alternatively, you could shell out another 9 and send a Biscotti TV Phone to whomever you plan on calling the most).
The idea here is that you no longer have to switch inputs or even devices to send and answer video calls.
Biscotti powers up as soon as you plug it in and when you turn on your TV the setup screen is the first thing you’ll see.This issue was far more evident on the Gmail call side.