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vat LBNL audio conferencing tool over the internet.
Installed size 800
Maintainer Alex Romosan <romosan@caliban.lbl.gov>
Architecture i386
Version 4.0b2-15.2
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1), libgcc1 (>= 1
Suggests sdr
File name pool/main/v/vat/vat_4.0b2-15.2_i386.deb
Description The LBNL audio tool, vat, is a real-time, multi-party, multimedia application for audio conferencing over the Internet. Vat is based on the Draft Internet Standard Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) developed by the IETF Audio/Video Transport working group. RTP is an application-level protocol implemented entirely within vat -- you need no special system enhancements to run RTP. Although vat can be run point-to-point using standard unicast IP addresses, it is primarily intended as a multi-party conferencing application. To make use of the conferencing capabilities, your system must support IP Multicast, and ideally, your network should be connected to the IP Multicast Backbone (MBone). . Vat provides only the audio portion of a multimedia conference; video, whiteboard, and session control tools are implemented as separate applications. Our video tool is called vic and our whiteboard tool wb, UCL developed the session directory tool sdr Other related applications include ISI's Multimedia Conference Control, mmcc, the Xerox PARC Network Video tool, nv and the INRIA Video-conferencing System, ivs.

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