After making the move from a PC to a Mac nearly a year ago, I still had the need to use one last Windows related program that was not available (nor ever will be) for Macintosh.... PALTALK I am huge fan of the Opie and Anthony show, and enjoy being part of their morning community that congregates on PalTalk using video cameras. For those looking to use a program like Paltalk or perhaps even Skype on their Mac Book Pro or Macbook, these instructions will prove to be quite valuable, particularly for the fact I was able to get iSight to work with Paltalk. The instructions I am providing have been tested and do work under Windows XP and Parallels desktop.. Macbook or Macbook Pro using iSight 1. Install Parallels, Windows XP, and then Parallels Tools. To install Parallels Tools go to the top Parallels toolbar, select ACTIONS -> Install Parallels Tools 2. Download Paltalk. If you plan on using or viewing video I suggest subscribing to their (approx.) $60 yearly plan that gives you full broadband access. 3. Go to this page and download isight drivers to a folder within the virtual Windows XP. Make certain you know what directory these drivers are installed as they will be searched for in the next step. 4. Start Paltalk. From the Parallels toolbar at the top, select DEVICES -> USB -> BUILT-IN ISIGHT. A Windows Pop-up device driver search will begin. Tell it NOT to search automatically and in the next step simply browse and point to the folder you have your iSight drivers installed in (from step 3 above) 5. Give a few minutes for Windows to update all the drivers. You should be able to now operate your webcam through PalTalk. There are more detailed instructions here if you run into problems. Mac Pro or similar desktop using external webcam The most important aspect of using an external webcam is buying one that is compatible with Mac OS X. Click here for a list of compatible cameras. Note: You may need to purchase the $10 ecamm software to work with any one of the listed cameras. I highly recommend this camera as it works right out of the box with Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. It is an excellent quality camera for videoconferencing. 1. Install Parallels, Windows XP, and then Parallels Tools. To install Parallels Tools go to the top Parallels toolbar, select ACTIONS -> Install Parallels Tools 2. Download Paltalk. If you plan on using or viewing video I suggest subscribing to their (approx.) $60 yearly plan that gives you full broadband access. 3. Plug your webcamera into the USB port. 3. Go to the top PARALLELS toolbar and select DEVICES -> USB -> LOGITECH. It should connect within 20 seconds 4. Your webcam should now come up through PalTalk.