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IP Video Conferencing Live! (Abbreviation IPVCL) is a P2P video chat and sharing system with high efficiency, that enables users to have visual/audio communication with 15 friends max from around the globe in a same screen.

With IPVCL, you can have video chat with your friends, share your favorite pictures and videos and even your desktop.

IPVCL maximizes the efficiency of your network utilization. Via high intelligent line status detection and self adaptation technique, IPVCL provides real time control over video quality during the meeting, from low definition to high definition. With years of streaming experience, we have our unique optimizations against lossy network environment with poor bandwidth, latency and jitter. Users are able to have smooth video conference even with bandwidth as low as 10KB/s.

Taking advantages from our especial P2P routing strategy, IPVCL brings best video meeting experience with lowest server cost. Unlike most centralized video conference systems (Cisco Unified Videoconferencing, ooVoo, Flash Media Server, Vidyo), in IPVCL user's video stream doesn't have to go through the server. No multipoint control unit (MCU) or multipoint video mixer is necessary. Thus both server hardware cost and bandwidth cost is saved.

The IPVCL client works in a form of Windows component. It can either be wrapped in a desktop application, or run in web browsers as a plugin. Most popular web browsers are supported currently, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome and Opera.

Main Features
Up to 16 Conference Members in 1 Screenok
Grid & PIP Layoutok
NAT/Firewall Traversalok
P2P Routing Strategyok
Share Webcam, Video & Image Fileok
Share Desktop/Windowok
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)ok
Comfortable Noise Generation (CNG)ok
Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC)ok
Intelligent Bandwidth Controlok
Packet Loss Compensationok
Both IE and Gecko Browser Engine Supportedok
System Requirements
  • Server PC with internet bandwidth
  • Client PC with webcam and microphone
  • Processor: 2GHz or higher
  • RAM: 1GB or above
  • Ethernet NIC
  • OS: Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP/Vista/7, Windows Server 2003/2008

Getting Started

Before creating an online video meeting, conference server is required to be set up first. Determine the machine you want to use as the server. Normally it should be a public server on the internet. Remember the machine's IP which will be used by each IPVCL client. Download and install server component installer at http://www.ipvideotrans.com/download/ipvcl_server_inst.exe on that machine. Then run "IP Video Conferencing Live! Server" from desktop or program menu. There should be 2 console windows on the desktop if server starts successfully.

On each client machine, download and install IPVCL client at http://www.ipvideotrans.com/download/ipvcl_client_trial_inst.exe. Then open demo html page from desktop or program menu. If everything's ok you should be able to have live chat with your friends within several clicks.

In IPVCL there are 2 kind of roles in a conference, host and participants. The host takes control over the meeting. It starts and ends the meeting, adds or removes participants, and organizes video layout during the meeting. In every conference there can be 1 host only and multiple participants. Please make sure of each role in your conference first and take the following the steps:

  1. On the host machine, open demo web page in an internet browser, select Host mode and enter host name/ID to register to the server. Then click Init button. Wait for the conference screen to show up and all function buttons to be enabled.

  2. On each participant machine, open demo web page in the browser, select Participant mode and enter participant name/ID to register to the server and click Init button. Wait for the conference screen to show up and all function buttons to be enabled.

  3. All host and participant name/IDs must be unique.

  4. On host and each participant machine, click Share Local Webcam button. Host should then be able to see his own video on screen.

  5. On host machine, enter each participant name/ID and click Add Participant. Participants' video should then be added into host's screen one by one until all participants can be seen.

  6. On each participant machine, enter host name/ID and click Watch. Participants should then be able to see the same screen as host sees, with host's and each participant's video inside.

  7. Everyone can talk to each other now. Click End Meeting to quit the meeting.

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