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Open-source Alternatives to MS Teams for Video Conferencing

BigBlueButton would meet your requirements: open-source: Yes. Does not require to own a server or domain (by me): While you can self-host it, there are providers offering it for you. Though BBB ...
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read a text in two languages

For $20/month you can subscribe to OpenAI ChatGPT Plus. This gives you access to gpt-4 and will enable you to upload and read in PDFs. Use Plugins / ChatGPT Advanced Data Analysis . Just tell the AI+...
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Voice/pitch analyzer for two voices

Melodyne by Celemony has long been the acknowledged leader in this. It is capable of full polyphonic analysis, not just one or two parts. Once it's analysed, you can then individually edit any of the ...
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Microsoft Teams alternative with ability to deploy your own independent server

You could go with Nextcloud, which you can deploy onto your own servers. file sharing: provided out-of-the-box. You can share to other members of your own instance, to Email-addresses or even ...
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Open-source Alternatives to MS Teams for Video Conferencing

In addition to more popular options Jitsi Meet and BigBlueButton, which personally I dislike for being humongous and heavy on resource demands server-side, I would like to highlight a lesser known ...
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Open-source Alternatives to MS Teams for Video Conferencing

We are using Openmeetings as our video conference, some what same as BigBlueButton (already suggested in one of the answer), here we can share our PDF, Spreedsheet or any other file as on whiteboard. ...
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Software for virtual meetups in clusters

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

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 ...
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Software for virtual meetups in clusters

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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Browser-based end-to-end encrypted calls without registration

WebRTC is, by design, necessarily end-to-end encrypted. And there are dozens of free WebRTC-powered video chat websites available, many for free. From what I understand this could be accomplished ...
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Browser-based end-to-end encrypted calls without registration

With https://whereby.com/ you can provide video meetings in the browser. Your attendees just need to visit your custom link to whereby. You can also share your screen and for small teams (up to 4 ...
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Open Source Push to Talk server / client

https://www.mumble.com/ Mumble is Open source and you can host you own server. It's available in many of the linux pkg repos. Turnkey ISO and VM available @ https://www.turnkeylinux.org/mumble Client ...
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