Definitions for "Desktop Videoconferencing"
Conferencing by computer; software enables conferees to see each other and discuss a document viewable on all their screens. Desktop videoconferencing software can be run alone, permitting users to hear each other, or with a camera mounted on top of the monitor to transmit a picture.
Communication between users of desktop terminals (or PCs) that involves motion video and audio of the other party. It may also incorporate interactive computing (file or screen sharing) as well.
two-way communications of audio and video designed to connect only one or two people per site. Small-scale videoconferencing equipment (compact enough to fit on a desk) or specially-equipped computers are used to communicate.