[Red5] Red5 showcase: spreed.com
lrsorey at gmail.com
Mon May 14 17:19:36 EDT 2007
This is very very nice!!
It is extremely refreshing to see RED5 being used in such a dynamic way.
Congratulation to you and your team.
On 5/14/07, Joachim Bauch <jojo at struktur.de> wrote:
> Some people asked about examples of "real-world" projects running on
> Red5, so I thought it would be cool to show what we at struktur AG are
> working on and what is possible with Red5 today.
> We develop the web meeting software spreed.com, that is using Red5 for
> all real-time communication since several months now.
> Features include
> - live audio and video communication
> - a basic chat
> - presentations of any office documents, PowerPoint slides or images
> - an interactive whiteboard
> - cross-platform screensharing and remote control, currently available
> on Windows, Linux (public beta) and Mac OSX (private alpha)
> Our roadmap contains several nice features that will be available soon:
> - collaborative mind maps
> - an extended, moderated chat
> - presentations of video files
> - export of presentations with whiteboard informations to PDF
> - global phone services that allow participants to join using their phone
> - recording of meetings for later replay
> - interconnects between different servers to allow more people join a
> single conference and to support running conferences across continents
> ...we even plan to open-source the server one day ;)
> You can use spreed.com for free with up to three participants, just
> create a free account on the website. If you're located in Australia or
> Asia, you might want to use the server at spreed.com.au for better
> As I've written above, the screensharing on Linux currently is beta, so
> if you would like to test that, feel free to contact me for details.
> I hope you don't feel offended by the slight ad here ;) but see this mail
> as little example for what Red5 is capable of, even before version 1.0
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