Interesante proyecto de Conferencias de voz y ví­deo

13 Dec

No conocí­a este proyecto de “live conferencing” , pero la verdad es que viendo las caracterí­sticas habrá que echarle unas cuentas pruebas.

Se llama Homer y prometen videoconferencias con voz y ví­deo.

Os dejo las caracterí­sticas aquí­ abajo:

Runs under Linux/32Bit, Linux/64Bit, Windows/32Bit and Windows/64Bit (as 32 bit application)
Free Qt-based GUI with user-friendly dialogues
Provides free voice/video/text chat with other users
Compatible to SIP-based phones/stations/software
Works without server infrastructure (download and use out-of-the-box)
Locally stored contact database in XML format
Network

Flexible port assignment for NAT environment
NAT traversal via compatible extensions of SIP protocol
Decentralized session management and stream transmission
Support for multiple simultaneously activated network (up)links

Codecs: MP3, G.711 a-law, G.711 µ-law, PCM16 and AMR
Capture local audio via ALSA, OSS or Windows multimedia system
Output via SDL
Adjustable quality settings
Broadcast of local audio files: supported formats are AVI, MKA, MKV, MP3, WAV
Configurable stream rely to any IP-host with RTP/UDP or UDP based transport

Codecs: H.261, H.263, H.263+, H.264, MJPEG (without RTP) and MPEG4
Capture local video via V4L2 (including tv/capture cards with multiple input signals) or Microsoft VFW
Support up to 10 capture devices per host
Output via Qt with seamless zooming
Adjustable quality and resolution settings
Broadcast of a segment of local screen
Broadcast of local video files: supported formats are AVI, ASF, DV, MKV, MOV, MPEG, SWF and WMV
Configurable stream rely to any IP-host with RTP/UDP or UDP based transport
Resolution: configurable from 128*96 pixels to 1408*1152 pixels, depending on type of the video source
Record video stream to disc in file formats like AVI, ASF, DV, MOV, SWF and WMV
Snapshots in formats like BMP, JPG, PNG, PPM, TIFF, XBM and XPM

Podéis ver más información en http://www.silvo.de/Homer/

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