Homer Conferencing

Homer is a free cross-platform video conferencing software. It implements a VoIP-Softphonee based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and is compatible to other SIP based software or devices. Homer supports an unlimited amount of simultaneous live video and audio chats. Movies as well as music files can be presented during a conference. Homer can also be used to remotely observe the activites on a desktop screen. For all these tasks the software doesn't need a server infrastructure. Depending on the current application and available network resources, the software is able to transmit video and audio data both in low and high quality streams.
* Runs under Linux/32Bit, Linux/64Bit, Windows/32Bit and Windows/64Bit (as 32 bit application)
* Free Qt-based GUI with user-friendly dialogues
* Compatible to SIP-based softphones/devices
* Playlists for playback/streaming of video/audio/movie data
* Works without central SIP server but supports SIP servers as well
* Locally stored contact lists in XML format
* Drag+drop of files/text block to show or send them
* IPv4 and IPv6 support
* Support UDP and TCP based video and audio transmission
* Configurable stream relay and preview to interoperate with other streaming tools
* Flexible port assignment for multiple participants behind a NAT box
* Streaming formats: MP3, G.711 a-law, G.711 µ-law, PCM16 and AMR
* Capture local audio inputs via ALSA, OSS or Windows-Multimedia-System (MMSYS)
* Playback/streaming of local audio files in the formats: AVI, MKA, MKV, MP3, WAV
* Streaming formats: H.261, H.263, H.263+, H.264, MJPEG (without RTP) and MPEG4
* Capture local video inputs (max. 10) via V4L2 or Video-For-Windows (VFW)
* Playback/Streaming of local video files in the formats: AVI, ASF, DV, MKV, MOV, MPEG, MP4, MP4A, SWF, WMV
* Streaming of local desktop or only desktop segments
* Video resolutions from 128*96 to 1408*1152 pixels depending on the used video source supported
* Record of incoming video stream in the formats: AVI, ASF, DV, MOV, SWF, WMV
* Snapshots of incoming video streams in the formats: BMP, JPG, PGM, PNG, PPM, XBM, XPM
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