Web Call Server 5

Add streaming video or web telephony features to an existing
web or mobile app

You add an HTML5-code into your project
or use our mobile SDK

WCS ensures streaming
and web calls

WCS integrates to your web-server
over REST / HTTP

Streaming Video

Web Call Server supports all popular streaming video web-technologies such as WebRTC, Flash, RTMP, RTMFP, RTSP, SIP, and Websocket streaming, which allows delivering a video stream to a wide range of browsers and mobile devices

Add an RTSP-player into a web-page or mobile app
Playback platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- Safari, iOS
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Codecs
- H.264
- VP8
- AAC
- Speex
- G.711
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
- Websocket
Broadcasting of a SIP video call to an RTMP server or CDN
Playback platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- Safari, iOS
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Protocols
- SIP
- RTMP
Playback technology
- WebRTC
- Flash RTMP
- Flash RTMFP
- Websockets
- HLS
SIP Codes
- H.264
- G.711
- Speex
The video stream from a web-browser or mobile app is recorded on the server-side and becomes available for downloading and further processing
Formats
- webM
- mp4
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
Codecs
- H.264
- VP8
- Vorbis
- Speex
- G.711
Screen sharing from web-browsers using the WebRTC technology
Playback platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- Safari, iOS
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Sharing browsers
- Firefox
- Chrome
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
- Websocket
- HLS
Sharing technology
- WebRTC
Two-way low-latency WebRTC video chat in browsers and mobile devices
Platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
Online broadcasting from browser's web camera or a mobile app to other browsers and devices
Platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- Safari, iOS
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Streaming Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
Playback Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
- Websocket
- HLS
Broadcasting from a video capturing device or software over the RTMP protocol and low-latency delivery to browsers and mobile apps
Platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- Safari, iOS
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
- Websocket
- HLS
Encoder protocols
- RTMP
Encoder codecs
- H.264
- AAC
Low-latency broadcasting of a video stream to iOS Safari via the Websockets protocol
Streaming Sources
- RTMP
- RTSP
- WebRTC
- RTMFP
- SIP / RTP
Streaming Devices
- Live encoders
- Browsers
- IP cams
- RTSP servers
- SIP endpoints
Playback devices
- iPhone
- iPad
Live broadcasting to TV, set top boxes and other devices via HLS
Streaming sources
- WebRTC
- RTMP
- RTMFP
- SIP / RTP
Streaming devices
- Live encoders
- Browsers
- SIP endpoints
Playback devices
- Browsers
- Players
- TV box
Live video conferencing for 3 and more participants
Browsers
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
Technologies
- WebRTC
Codecs
- VP8
- Opus
- G.711
Web - SIP calls

Embedding a browser-based web phone into a web page or mobile app, full integration with SIP, calls to mobile and PSTN phones via a SIP-gateway, receiving inbound calls in a browser

Web phone on your website for online calls to SIP and mobile phones via a SIP gateway
Platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
SIP features
- DTMF
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
Codecs
- G.711
- Speex
- Opus
Online calls from a website to SIP and mobile / PSTN phones via a SIP gateway
Platforms
- Chrome
- Firefox
- Opera
- Safari
- IE
- Edge
- iOS SDK
SIP features
- DTMF
Technology
- WebRTC
- Flash
Codecs
- G.711
- Speex
- Opus
Resources

All needed resources for development and integration

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Docs
User Guide
Admin Guide
Developer Guide
Call Flow
Specification

 

Web Call Server Installation