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It seems like MagicJack™ may prove to be useful to you. The standard installation involves a device connected to the internet (small box) getting power from a USB connector. That connector either plugs into a computer USB port or the usual USB power adapter often used to charge cellular phones. One of the jacks on the device is for ethernet cable, the other ...


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https://gather.town/ is pretty perfect match here. It supports virtual meetups in clusters, with video, audio and chat implemented.


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https://www.sococo.com/ is built on similar ideas, though it is designed for work and classes, not for meetups: there is no continuous space where people walk around with others' voices fading when you walk away, there are rooms, and people can jump from room to room to check what's the topic of discussion in another room. In our case when we tried Sococo ...


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https://www.calla.chat/ is based on these ideas. It doesn't have webcam support, though likely it's a matter of time as it is open-source: https://github.com/capnmidnight/Calla


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OBS should do exactly what you need. It's designed for streaming but it also works for screen-recording and can be set to record a specific window which, if i recall correctly, will mean that it can record a window even if it is being covered by/is behind other windows or applications. Also for anyone else who is interested, OBS also has a "replay ...


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