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Video conference through Voximplant media servers

Our team proudly presents a brand new video conference functionality with SFU, up 100 members, Endpoints etc.

Making Video Calls in Safari

By default, Safari uses only the H264 codec while other browsers use both H264 and VP8 popular codecs. To fix the issue, you can explicitly specify a video codec list conventionally called “scheme”.

Screen Sharing in Voximplant

Screen Sharing allows you to share information on your screen during a call. You can share the entire screen or one of the active windows.

H.264 video call recording is now available (in mp4 format)

We are happy to announce that video calls that use H.264 video codec can now be recorded. Recorded video calls that use H.264 will be stored as mp4 files (calls with video in VP8 format are stored as webm files).

New billing for video calls running via servers

Video calls that go via Voximplant servers (not P2P ones) are billed per megabyte of video traffic.

Video Recording

This tutorial explains how to use our new functionality to build video recorder web app using our Web SDK in minutes.

Video Call Recording has arrived

If a call is made in non-P2P mode then its media stream goes via our media servers and we can record it if required.

Video Conferencing

VoxImplant lets developers embed a Skype-like functionality into any web or mobile application.

Peer-to-peer video chat

Peer-to-peer data transfer capabilities available in WebRTC-enabled browsers (Chrome/Firefox/Opera/other) helps with the quality of communication (law latency) and scalability.

Video calls support is available in iOS SDK

Video calls support is already available for iOS SDK!

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