OpenVCS - Open Source Video Conferencing Server

OpenVCS stands for Open Source Video Conferencing Server and uses SIP (RFC 3261) protocol.
OpenVCS is used as Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) manager. The application can managed any number of MCU (a.k.a Bridge) where each Bridge can support up to 64 participants.

The application can be used as a standalone SIP server or behind an IMS Core where each Bridge will be seen as an AS (Application Server). <br />
You can use any SIP compliant device to connect to a bridge as long as the client is RFC 3261 compliant. For example, you can use IMSDroid on Android, iDoubs on iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad), Boghe on Windows or Linphone/Bria on MAC OS X or Linux.

For more information:
- Getting Started
- Frequently Asked Questions
OpenVCS stands for Open Source Video Conferencing Server and uses SIP (RFC 3261) protocol.
OpenVCS is used as Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) manager. The application can managed any number of MCU (a.k.a Bridge) where each Bridge can support up to 64 participants.

The application can be used as a standalone SIP server or behind an IMS Core where each Bridge will be seen as an AS (Application Server). <br />
You can use any SIP compliant device to connect to a bridge as long as the client is RFC 3261 compliant. For example, you can use IMSDroid on Android, iDoubs on iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad), Boghe on Windows or Linphone/Bria on MAC OS X or Linux.

For more information:
- Getting Started
- Frequently Asked Questions
Created by: alice27, Last modification: Sun 13 of Feb, 2011 (18:14 UTC)
Please update this page with new information, just login and click on the "Edit" or "Discussion" tab. Get a free login here: Register Thanks! - Find us on Google+