Hi, I wanted to ask whether it is possible to incorporate Jabber Video for Telepresence in a webpage so that (registered) users can join or make a call on a website? Or is it only possible to download the application to a PC and run it from there? Thanks!
Hi Rick Mai
Many thanks indeed for your reply! So, do you mean that even if we use the API and have an embedded version running through a webpage, people will still need to download Jabber Video for Telepresence to their PC? Also, you mention multiple jabber clients - do you know the maximum number of people that can join a call? I know for Skype it is 3. Many thanks!
You can buy our subscribed service to allow more parties to join. See link
As for the API, that will not work. You need to download the client for it to work.
Hi Rick Mai,
Thanks again for replying. I have downloaded Jabber Video for Telepresence via this link:
https://www.ciscojabbervideo.com/home;jsessionid=508AA7A89773A80B4174F254535047FE. Are you saying that if I want to talk to 2 or more people, I need to purchase a different product: Cisco WebEx Telepresence?
Also, please could you confirm my understanding that it is in no way possible to incorporate Jabber Video for Telepresence directly into a web browser?
Many thanks, Andrea
That's correct - it is in no way possible to incorporate Jabber Video for Telepresence directly into a web browser, the client must be downloaded and installed on the PC/Mac and/or iPad.
See your other thread regarding multiple participants;
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