Video + Call Conferencing
Team Video Conferences, Client Conferences, Webinars and more...
- Video & audio-conferencing using WebRTC.
- Private, group, public and password protected calls.
- Invite an individual participant, a whole group or send a public link to invite to a call.
- Screen sharing. Share your screen with participants of your call.
- Integration with other apps.
|✔️ 52 or later||✔️ 49 or later||⏳ Planned||⏳ Planned||❌ Not planned|
DAMS Video + Audio is really easy to install. You just need to enable the app and everything will work out of the box. There are some scenarios (users behind strict firewalls / symmetric NATs) where a TURN server is needed. That's a bit more tricky installation, but the guys from InstallingNextcloud VM has developed a script which takes care of everything for you. You can find the script here. The script is tested on Ubuntu Server 18.04, but should work on 16.04 as well. Please keep in mind that it's developed for the VM specifically and any issues should be reported in that repo, not here. Here's a short video on how it's done.
Disabling internal camera/audio for testing
- Disable camera until reboot:
sudo modprobe -r uvcvideo
- Re-enable camera:
sudo modprobe uvcvideo
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