Streaming video and calls
Web phone widget that can make calls and receive SIP calls directly from a web browser. Customizable design of the web phone based on Flashphoner Web SDK. Integration with any SIP provider or enterprise PBX. Centralized call processing.
Live video streaming from IP cameras with low-latency to mobile and desktop browsers. Connection to surveillance systems via the RTSP protocol and further broadcasting to web browsers.
Web Stream as RTSP
Share a browser video stream from a web cam with any player supporting the RTSP protocol, i.e. VLC player.
Connecting to SIP devices and services and broadcasting of the SIP call to an external RTMP server or a CDN network for further mass delivery of the received content.
iOS browsers do not support the WebRTC technology.
Web Call Server sends a video stream to iOS Safari via the Websocket protocol, which allows reducing latency to 1-3 seconds producing a nearly real-time broadcasting compared to HLS.
WebRTC – library for streaming video and calls for native Android apps. Code samples for quick testing and integration. SDK allows to embed streaming video and calls into a mobile application for Google Play.
WebRTC – library for streaming video and calls for native iOS apps. Code samples for quick testing and integration. SDK allows to embed streaming video and calls into a mobile application for App Store.
Web Call Server 5 – Demo
Try Web Call Server 5 Demo
Download Web Call Server 5
System requirements: Linux x86_64, 1 core CPU, 1 Gb RAM, Java
- wget http://flashphoner.com/download-wcs5-server.tar.gz
- Unpack and install using 'install.sh'
- Launch server using command 'service webcallserver start'
- Open the web interface https://host:8888 and activate your license
If you are using Amazon EC2, you don't need to download anything.