SeeVogh at RIT
What is SeeVogh?
SeeVogh (pronounced see-vo) is a free-for-RIT, easy to use, high quality
software-only videoconferencing and webcasting system that runs on your own computers.
The SeeVogh server for RIT is hosted in the Research Computing Lab.
Why use SeeVogh?
Software only based system.
Cross platform clients (Mac, Windows, Linux, IOS, Android)
Interoperability with H.323 systems (Polycom, Tandberg, LifeSize, etc.)
Screen sharing of entire or partial desktop for sending powerpoint, browser, terminal windows, etc.
Detachable video windows at native resolution
TelePresence mode (number of HD streams limited only by your hardware)
Classroom mode (200 students watching, 10 presenters, students can become presenters)
Webcast mode (view only by audience)
How Do I Use SeeVogh?
SeeVogh Live Meeting Software (Beta)
See the SeeVogh Meeting page
SeeVogh Playback Software (Beta)
See the SeeVogh Player page
For more information go to the official SeeVogh website.
Email email@example.com for information on how to try it out or to get your own account.