Actually Messenger voice/video support has different bitrates depending on what you and your
contact can establish between one another, so this isn't a direct question one can really
answer very easily.
Even on slow connections you'll be able to at least get something. Although it's recommended
that if you want to do both audio and video at the same time, a typical broadband connection
is best. I've seen (and the audio codecs in use for Messenger support this), audio used on
as slow as 28.8 modems.
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"Mandi" <mandi@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:O6AxHX0PIHA.5208@xxxxxx
> What is the typical baud rate of audio/video conference?