With OpenVCX you can use the native WebRTC client to stream a live event right from your desktop. When you connect WebRTC to the OpenVCX Conferencing server you have the option of sharing your live stream with any device by simply publishing a web link.
Your live stream can be viewed from devices such as iPhones, iPads, Blackberries, Flash player, to name a few. Invite anyone to view your live stream from anywhere without having to download and install any client-side app. OpenVSX (Video Streaming Processor) takes care of publishing your stream.
You have the option of recording any video you stream to OpenVCX for future viewing. OpenVCX uses the OpenVSX-WP (Video Streaming Processor Media Web Portal) to automatically thumbnail and store your videos into a digital archive. You can then browse and search your media gallery and watch any recorded video on-demand at a later time.
OpenVCX operates like a media gateway enabling you to connect any SIP phone, regardless if it provides audio-only or audio-and-video capabilities. OpenVCX acts as a media gateway bridging protocol mis-matches and incompatibilities.
Connect WebRTC to a video conference with other WebRTC clients and any other SIP capable video clients. Create a conference which can scale by utilizing OpenVCX as an MCU (Multipoint Control Unit) terminating all client media connections.
OpenVCX opens up the realm of possibilities to create your own custom application or solution using WebRTC as a client platform. The software serves as an enabling technology to bridge the gaps of real-time communciation and video sharing.