REC.VC enables you to live stream to any device directly from your video conference endpoint or virtual meeting room. We will in this blog post explain how you can embed a live stream on your site, e.g. a corporate website, corporate intranet, or customer portal. New to REC.VC? Sign up for a free trial here.
The REC.VC live stream link (which you share with the viewers) is based on the following syntax:
<site> is the (sub)domain you go to when accessing the REC.VC service
<stream-id> is an auto-generated unique stream identifier consisting of 16 case-sensitive alphanumeric characters.
In case you are using the REC.VC branded site, the live stream link is as follow:
In case you are using a white label site, you can replace <site> with the (sub)domain that you use when logging into your white label site as a REC.VC user. Many white label partners use rec.<domain> as their white label site.
To embed a live stream on your site, all you have to do is to place the following script somewhere within the <body> of a html page:
Let’s say that we wanted to embed the following live stream in this blog post:
The script for this live stream based on the above syntax is as follows:
We have below added the script directly in the HTML code:
Note: The live stream above will most of the time be inactive as we will not keep the live stream up 24/7.
Posted in Live Streaming, New features Tagged with: embed, live streaming, white label
Media Network Services (MNS), a global provider of value added cloud applications and network services for visual communications, today announced that StarLeaf, a global video conferencing service provider and manufacturer, has integrated and added MNS’ REC.VC recording to its cloud service.
“We are delighted to partner with StarLeaf and to provide our REC.VC recording cloud service to StarLeaf customers through this fully integrated solution,” said Hans Fredrik Johansen, CEO of MNS. “StarLeaf’s integration is a great example of how easy recording and playback should be for video conferencing users and it is a great testimony to the power of the REC.VC API.”
StarLeaf integrated REC.VC cloud service was launched on February 8th and is offered to StarLeaf customers as an add-on subscription.
“We see strong demand for recording video meetings and expect the new capability to be very popular among our users,“ said Mark Loney, CEO of StarLeaf. “REC.VC fulfills our requirements for a recording cloud service and their API enables us to accelerate introductions of new innovations.”
REC.VC is available to resellers and service providers with white label interface or API for integration with existing video conferencing user interfaces.
Visit www.starleaf.com for a free trial of the StarLeaf Cloud Service with integrated video recording.
Posted in Channel, Press release Tagged with: api, recording, video conference recording, white label
Recording should be a key component in any Video Conferencing (VC) service offering. At REC.VC we are convinced it is best provided to customers and users under the brand of the VC service. Service providers may evaluate one or a combination of the following white label approaches for REC.VC:
- Register recorder addresses with your domain
- White label the REC.VC user portal with your brand
- Add recording button to your existing user interface
Register recorder addresses with your domain
As a service provider, you may already be providing your users with their personal video address or SIP URIs, e.g. email@example.com. You can in a similar fashion provide users with their personal recorder video address, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
REC.VC recorders can register to any SIP registrar (just like any SIP device) but depending on the use case and interop requirements, registering the recorders to a Cisco VCS may be the way to go. For 1st line support and troubleshooting purposes we recommend that the SIP registrar in question is under your management (which is likely the point anyway since your existing domain(s) point to this SIP registrar). Alternatively, REC.VC can provide SIP registrar whom you can point your domain to (SRV records).
White label the REC.VC user portal with your brand
As multitenant cloud platform, REC.VC enables white label sites per reseller or service provider (and even for each customer subject to commercial terms). Each white label site can be provisioned with:
- Your preferred domain (e.g. rec.yourbrand.com) or yourbrand.rec.vc
- Your logo, favicon.ico and font(s)
- Your colors on buttons and backgrounds
- Your content (title, body, footer, etc)
The white label sites come with an optional registration field enabling resellers and service providers to use the site for lead-gen purposes in addition to providing existing users with a recording and playback user interface.
You may visit my.rec.vc and yourbrand.rec.vc to see examples of REC.VC sites (in addition to the screenshots illustrating this blog post).
Add recording button to your existing interface
For service providers and vendors/manufacturers wanting to make REC.VC recording, streaming and/or playback an integral part of their existing user interface, we recommend using the REC.VC API which includes all the features and capabilities available in the REC.VC user portal. The API can e.g. be used in the following areas:
- Provisioning of Companies (in hierarchical structure, parent/child relation), and users and recorders within Companies.
- Call control for calling out from the recorders (to be used when adding recording button to your existing interface), disconnecting calls, and retrieval of call statistics.
- Retrieval of recorded video meta data (video thumbnail, title, URL) for playback in your existing user interface or portal.
Posted in Channel, Uncategorized Tagged with: api, multitenant, recording, sip, video conference, white label
IVCi, LLC a leading provider of collaboration services and solutions announced today IVCi Cloud Recording and Streaming Cloud Service.
IVCi Cloud Recording and streaming is powered by Oslo-based MNS.VC and provides a global cloud platform for recording, sharing and streaming of video calls, video meetings and live events.
“We are very excited to offer our customers a new, easy-to-use way to record, share and distribute, directly from their video conferencing endpoint or virtual meeting room,” said Chris Böttger Senior Vice President of Collaboration Services at IVCi. “IVCi Cloud recording uses the same global video network that our Cloud Video Experience customers use ensuring a high quality recording experience as well as a high quality live distribution experience through a global Content Distribution Network (CDN).”
“We are proud to partner with IVCi and value their commitment to always providing customers with powerful cloud based visual collaboration services. The partnership proves that REC.VC’s white label and integration capabilities are a perfect fit for integrating in a service such as IVCI’s Cloud Video Experience or even stand alone,” said Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances at MNS.VC.
IVCi customers and others can sign-up for a free trial of the new IVCi Recording & Streaming Cloud service on http://recportal.ivcicloud.net
REC.VC is deployed across the world to ensure close proximity to users’ locations, rapid playback/download, and regional storage. It is provided as a QoS.VC cloud service to ensure the best possible recording quality regardless of user location, and uses dedicated data centers with 24/7 monitoring for high availability and security. REC.VC nodes for on-premise recording and storage are also available upon request.
Posted in Channel, Press release Tagged with: cdn, cloud, collaboration, on-premise, recording, streaming, telepresence recording, white label
MNS.VC, a global provider of value added cloud applications for Visual Communications, today announced the launch for REC.VC, a global cloud service for recording, sharing and streaming of video calls and video meetings.
MNS.VC’s CEO Hans Fredrik Johansen comments:
“Video conference recorders have traditionally been clunky to use, expensive and typically very few people had access to them. We have engineered REC.VC to change that. We want to empower every video conferencing user to record and share video calls and video meetings. We want it to be easy. We want it to be affordable. And we believe the power of sharing discussions, trainings and knowledge increase the value of visual collaboration for organizations”.
REC.VC is delivered as a QoS.VC cloud service to ensure great recording quality regardless of the location of the recording source. REC.VC nodes are distributed across the world to comply with customers demand for in-country recording and storage, and to provide users with close proximity for video playback.
REC.VC is also available as a white label service for resellers, service providers and vendors. Resellers can easily and without any investment add REC.VC to their existing portfolio of products and services, and start generating recurring revenue from day one. Service providers and vendors can also use the REC.VC API to integrate with their own video conferencing endpoints, clients, MCUs, scheduling systems, or customer portals.
Free REC.VC trial is available, please visit rec.vc to sign up.
Posted in Press release Tagged with: visual collaboration, white label