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Making video calls – Asterisk tutorial

sip.conf

To be able to send video during a call, codec h263 and video support must be enabled. This is done by adding three lines in the sip.conf file (Location: /etc/asterisk/sip.conf).
Add the following lines in the [general] tab of the file.
videosupport = yes        ; Enable video 
allow = h263             ; H.263 is our video codec 
allow = h263p             ; H.263p is the enhanced video codec

Reload

Reload the sip.conf file by running the following command in the CLI console: reload
Config in Softphone
Arrow Click “Softphone”
Arrow Click “Preferences”
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 Arrow Click “Video Codecs”
Arrow Verify that h263 and h263+ are selected
ArrowClick “OK”
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Arrow Click the video (Webcam) icon to display the video
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Arrow Dial the other sip phone (number 1002)
Arrow Click “Show Video” on the two sip phones.

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