SeeVogh Recording

SeeVogh Recording, Playback and Exporting

All SeeVogh meetings can be recorded once 'moderator permissions' have been given to a user.  Select the 'Record the meeting' options within the SeeVogh Menu and then enter the moderator key.  The person who created the meeting will have the moderator key information.

The recording will be in “evo” format.  The recording can be played or converted (to different media types” using the “SeeVogh Player”.  This can be obtained using the link  https://seevogh.com/playerdownload.  Uses can just use the normal ‘player’ if they want to view any SeeVogh recording.  But, if you use the ‘SeeVogh player’ instead, a recording can be modified and exported.  Using the SeeVogh player (a user must have the ffmpeg library installed to convert the recordings – suitable version can be downloaded from http://research.seevogh.com/converter/ffmpeg/), you are able to:

  • convert a recording to a variety of formats (see image below which provide a list of file formats);
  • save the converted files in different formats (including 4x3 and 16:9 resolutions);
  • save the converted file to different video layouts (‘Brady bunch’, or other video layouts)
  • select all, or just one of the streams, so unwanted streams (audio or video) can be removed from the recording;
  • edit (crop and tail a recording) or merge recordings

SeeVogh Player

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SeeVogh player convertor options

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August 2014 SeeVogh Update

This August SeeVogh update provides information on the QCIF SeeVogh Service and the SeeVogh application itself.  This brief will provide the following information:

  • QCIF SeeVogh Service Update
  • SeeVogh Software Update
  • SeeVogh Still Image Options
  • SeeVogh Recording, Playback and Exporting
  • SeeVogh Product Updates
  • And some ‘Did you know?’ information about SeeVogh

QCIF SeeVogh Service Update

I am happy to inform you that the SeeVogh service has been renewed until the end of June 2015.  Existing and new users are welcome to use the QCIF-provided SeeVogh service.

From 2015 onwards, QCIF expects to be asking universities and organisations who would like their staff to be able to initiate SeeVogh meetings to obtain their own SeeVogh licence (please visit https://seevogh.com/about-us/contact-us/  if you wish to enquire about SeeVogh licences).  For a number of reasons QCIF can no longer continue to support a national service for the entire Australian research community – and it was never intended that QCIF should.  More details about how institutions can transfer to their own SeeVogh licence or to one of the many other excellent services now available will be provided later in the year.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the SeeVogh administrators at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

SeeVogh Software Update

The SeeVogh development team are continually developing the packaged version of the SeeVogh application, with version 3.0.2 released in late June 2014.

For most users, the experience of converting to the packaged product has been a reasonably smooth transition, but we are aware that there a small number of users who have experienced problems with the packaged versions.  If this is the case for you or any of your colleagues, can you please do the following:

  • Try the SeeVogh test program - found here – are there any problems that it reports?

SeeVogh Still Image Options

Within SeeVogh, rather than transmitting live video, it is possible to transmit a still image/photo.  The advantage is that transmitting a still image requires significantly less bandwidth to transmit, but it still provides the meeting participants with an indication that you are a participating member. 

By default, the still image will transmit a generic background image with your ‘nickname’ on it.  An example can be seen in the image below.

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You may have seen the above stream when a user transmits both a ‘live video stream’ and a still image at the same time, or when a user has no appropriate video device to use.  Due to SeeVogh’s ability to transmit multiple video streams (designed to support room-based facilities with multiple cameras within a SeeVogh Meeting), this causes, in some cases, the initial configurations to transmit both a camera and still device at the same time.  If so, the still image can be turned off through SeeVogh’s Menu -> Configure -> Camera Configuration by deselecting the ‘still image’ option.

Alternatively, SeeVogh allows you to customise your ‘still image’ and provides you with the ability to change the default image to something more appropriate.  This is done by selecting SeeVogh’s Menu -> Preference -> ‘Set Still Image’ option.  You can then select an image of your choice (an example can be seen in the image below).

SeeVogh-August-Blog-2

SeeVogh Recording, Playback and Exporting

All SeeVogh meetings can be recorded once “moderator permissions” have been given to a user.  Select the “Record the meeting” options within the SeeVogh Menu and then enter the moderator key.  The person who created the meeting will have the moderator key information.

The recording will be in “evo” format.  The recording can be played or converted (to different media types” using the “SeeVogh Player”.  This can be obtained using the link  https://seevogh.com/playerdownload.  Uses can just use the normal ‘player’ if they want to view any SeeVogh recording.  But, if you use the ‘SeeVogh player’ instead, a recording can be modified and exported.  Using the SeeVogh player (a user must have the ffmpeg library installed to convert the recordings – suitable version can be downloaded from http://research.seevogh.com/converter/ffmpeg/), you are able to:

  • convert a recording to a variety of formats (see image below which provide a list of file formats);
  • save the converted files in different formats (including 4x3 and 16:9 resolutions);
  • save the converted file to different video layouts (‘Brady bunch’, or other video layouts)
  • select all, or just one of the streams, so unwanted streams (audio or video) can be removed from the recording;
  • edit (crop and tail a recording) or merge recordings

SeeVogh Player

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SeeVogh player convertor options

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SeeVogh Product Updates

In case you were not aware:

  • SeeVogh on the Mac now has the ability to select separate audio devices for both input and output on MAC OSX systems.  Additionally, SeeVogh can now use a different audio device than the ‘systems’ output audio device.  For example, the system audio device might use the in-built speakers, whereas SeeVogh can use a set of USB headphones for its audio output.
  • SeeVogh now permits Aparte Conversations as a communication option http://seevogh.com/blog/aparte-french-side-conversation/).  Also known as Sidebar conversations, this option allows users to enable one-to-one conversations with other meeting participants, separate from the rest of the meeting.  Click on a name in the Participants List and in addition to Chat, you will be offered Aparte.  Choosing that sends a prompt to the person and, if they accept, creates an independent voice channel separate from the main meeting.

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  • Aparte conversations also allow you to hear audio from the main meeting as well.  Simply click on the ‘Listen All’ button.

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  • SeeVogh now sends a ‘customise’ message to the  ‘QCIF Licensed user’ when a new meeting is booked.  This message contains additional information such as ‘Testing and Trouble Shooting’, ‘Video Conferencing Etiquette’, ‘Additional Capabilities’ and how to provide ‘Feedback’.  This information will greatly assist first time users of SeeVogh and advise them on how to join a meeting through the QCIF phone bridge, if, for whatever reason, the standard method of using SeeVogh doesn’t work.

Did you know?

 

Dear SeeVogh User

 

This email provides some updates on the QCIF SeeVogh Service and the SeeVogh application itself.  This brief will provide the following information:

 

·         QCIF SeeVogh Service Update

·         SeeVogh Software Update

·         SeeVogh Still Image Options

·         SeeVogh Recording, Playback and Exporting

·         SeeVogh Product Updates

·         And some ‘Did you know?’ information about SeeVogh

QCIF SeeVogh Service Update

 

I am happy to inform you that the SeeVogh service has been renewed until the end of June 2015.  Existing and new users are welcome to use the QCIF-provided SeeVogh service.

 

From 2015 onwards, QCIF expects to be asking universities and organisations who would like their staff to be able to initiate SeeVogh meetings to obtain their own SeeVogh licence (please visit https://seevogh.com/about-us/contact-us/ if you wish to enquire about SeeVogh licences).  For a number of reasons QCIF can no longer continue to support a national service for the entire Australian research community – and it was never intended that QCIF should.  More details about how institutions can transfer to their own SeeVogh licence or to one of the many other excellent services now available will be provided later in the year.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the SeeVogh administrators at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

SeeVogh Software Update

 

The SeeVogh development team are continually developing the packaged version of the SeeVogh application, with version 3.0.2 released in late June 2014.

 

For most users, the experience of converting to the packaged product has been a reasonably smooth transition, but we are aware that there a small number of users who have experienced problems with the packaged versions.  If this is the case for you or any of your colleagues, can you please do the following:

 

·         Try the web version of SeeVogh instead – simply go to https://seevogh.com/attend/# and enter the meeting id for your meeting.

 

·         Try the SeeVogh test program - found here – are there any problems that it reports?

 

·         Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for support – in most cases, we can resolve the problem relatively quickly.

 

SeeVogh Still Image Options


Within SeeVogh, rather than transmitting live video, it is possible to transmit a still image/photo.  The advantage is that transmitting a still image requires significantly less bandwidth to transmit, but it still provides the meeting participants with an indication that you are a participating member. 

 

By default, the still image will transmit a generic background image with your ‘nickname’ on it.  An example can be seen in the image below.

 

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You may have seen the above stream when a user transmits both a ‘live video stream’ and a still image at the same time, or when a user has no appropriate video device to use.  Due to SeeVogh’s ability to transmit multiple video streams (designed to support room-based facilities with multiple cameras within a SeeVogh Meeting), this causes, in some cases, the initial configurations to transmit both a camera and still device at the same time.  If so, the still image can be turned off through SeeVogh’s Menu -> Configure -> Camera Configuration by deselecting the ‘still image’ option.

 

Alternatively, SeeVogh allows you to customise your ‘still image’ and provides you with the ability to change the default image to something more appropriate.  This is done by selecting SeeVogh’s Menu -> Preference -> ‘Set Still Image’ option.  You can then select an image of your choice (an example can be seen in the image below).

 

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SeeVogh Recording, Playback and Exporting

 

All SeeVogh meetings can be recorded once “moderator permissions” have been given to a user.  Select the “Record the meeting” options within the SeeVogh Menu and then enter the moderator key.  The person who created the meeting will have the moderator key information.

 

The recording will be in “evo” format.  The recording can be played or converted (to different media types” using the “SeeVogh Player”.  This can be obtained using the link  https://seevogh.com/playerdownload.  Uses can just use the normal ‘player’ if they want to view any SeeVogh recording.  But, if you use the ‘SeeVogh player’ instead, a recording can be modified and exported.  Using the SeeVogh player (a user must have the ffmpeg library installed to convert the recordings – suitable version can be downloaded from http://research.seevogh.com/converter/ffmpeg/), you are able to:

 

·         convert a recording to a variety of formats (see image below which provide a list of file formats);

·         save the converted files in different formats (including 4x3 and 16:9 resolutions);

·         save the converted file to different video layouts (‘Brady bunch’, or other video layouts)

·         select all, or just one of the streams, so unwanted streams (audio or video) can be removed from the recording;

·         edit (crop and tail a recording) or merge recordings

 

SeeVogh Player

 

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SeeVogh player convertor options

 

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SeeVogh Product Updates

 

In case you were not aware –:

 

·         SeeVogh on the Mac now has the ability to select separate audio devices for both input and output on MAC OSX systems.  Additionally, SeeVogh can now use a different audio device than the ‘systems’ output audio device.  For example, the system audio device might use the in-built speakers, whereas SeeVogh can use a set of USB headphones for its audio output.

 

·         SeeVogh now permits Aparte Conversations as a communication option (http://seevogh.com/blog/aparte-french-side-conversation/).  Also known as Sidebar conversations, this option allows users to enable one-to-one conversations with other meeting participants, separate from the rest of the meeting.  Click on a name in the Participants List and in addition to Chat, you will be offered Aparte.  Choosing that sends a prompt to the person and, if they accept, creates an independent voice channel separate from the main meeting.

 

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Aparte conversations also allow you to hear audio from the main meeting as well.  Simply click on the ‘Listen All’ button.

 

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·         SeeVogh now sends a ‘customise’ message to the  ‘QCIF Licensed user’ when a new meeting is booked.  This message contains additional information such as ‘Testing and Trouble Shooting’, ‘Video Conferencing Etiquette’, ‘Additional Capabilities’ and how to provide ‘Feedback’.  This information will greatly assist first time users of SeeVogh and advise them on how to join a meeting through the QCIF phone bridge, if, for whatever reason, the standard method of using SeeVogh doesn’t work.

 

Did you know?

 

·         You can join a SeeVogh meeting using a mobile or tablet device.  To download these free applications, simply search for SeeVogh on Apple's App store, or on Google Play for Android devices.

 

·         You can join a SeeVogh meeting by phone (mobile or land line).  For more information, please visit QCIF's SeeVogh telephone bridge user guide.  

 

·         Did you know there is a simple SeeVogh 'Application guide' that may assist in using the application?  An overview of SeeVogh can be found at https://seevogh.com/how-it-works/quick-guide/.

 

·         There are a number of articles posted to SeeVogh's Blog site that might be of interest to some, especially those in a teaching and learning environment, or those considering running their own SeeVogh License.

o   http://seevogh.com/blog/moodle-plug-video-collaboratio/

o   http://seevogh.com/blog/higher-education-leaders-choose-seevogh-deliver-video-collaboration-service-faculty-staff-students-hundreds-universities-nationwide/

o   http://seevogh.com/blog/seevogh-signs-agreement-major-african-telco/

 

·         Release notes for SeeVogh - https://seevogh.com/category/shc_release/;

 

 

Thanks for your time,

Jason.

 

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Video Collaboration Champion

eResearch Analyst

Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation

http://www.qcif.edu.au/

 

Senior Research Technologies Officer

Information Technology Directorate

CQ University Australia

http://www.cqu.edu.au/

 

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March 2014 SeeVogh Update

This March 2014 SeeVogh Update provides some information about the QCIF SeeVogh Service and the SeeVogh application. This brief will provide the following information:

  • SeeVogh’s ‘Stand alone’ Application Update
  • Video Conferencing Etiquette
  • SeeVogh Troubleshooting Information (especially for Mac Users)
  • SeeVogh Product Updates
  • Access Grid Bridging - no longer supported
  • And some ‘Did you know?’ information about SeeVogh

SeeVogh’s ‘Stand alone’ Application Update

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As some of you might be aware, the SeeVogh development team have been working on a packaged version of the SeeVogh application. This application eliminates the need for users to install and maintain Java on their computer systems and gets rid of the headaches caused by browser and operating systems vendors constantly changing the security settings of their products.

Previously, this stand-alone version was only available for the Mac. I am happy to inform you that ‘Beta’ versions of this packaged software are now available to Windows and Linux users. Use these for testing purposes, or if the ‘Web link version (jnlp)’ version is causing issues. It is expected that these beta versions will be become production ready within the next few weeks, as further testing and feedback is completed. If you try these packaged versions and experience issues, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Any feedback would greatly assist with improving SeeVogh.

SeeVogh’s packaged client can be downloaded from the web and only needs to be installed once. The file to be downloaded is about 50 megabytes, so the download should take only a minute or so on a fast network. Once the application has been installed, you can start the application.

To download the application, simply click on the link provided below (this will determine what version you are required to install).

https://seevogh.com/seevoghdownload/

To attend a meeting, paste the 10-digit meeting ID into the applications “Meeting ID” text box. The meeting ID will be a 10-digit number sent to you by the meeting organiser. These digits are usually the last ten characters of the SeeVogh meeting invitation.

Information on the development and changes to this beta package version of SeeVogh can be found at http://seevogh.com/category/shc_release/.

Video Conferencing Etiquette

The effectiveness of video conferencing can be influenced by many factors, one of which is the way participants interact with each other and the technology during collaboration. Certain behaviours during a video conference can be distracting to a speaker or other participants. First time users may often be unaware of this. A ‘Video Conferencing Etiquette’ guide has been produced which provides tips and other useful information to participants of video sessions to ensure better conferencing experiences.

SeeVogh Trouble Shooting Information

I would like to acknowledge that there have been recent issues with using the SeeVogh service, particularly with Mac OS X 10.8.4 (Mavericks) systems.

  • If you are a Mac user (OSX 10.8.4 or higher) and are having trouble starting SeeVogh, this is most likely because Apple has modified its rules on allowing Java Web Start applications, such as SeeVogh, to run. There are 2 methods to solve this issue. You can use the ‘stand-alone Application’, as described above, or you can change your security settings, as described at http://seevogh.com/tech/support/faq/macos-webstop.html.

  • If you are having any issues with running SeeVogh (or would like to suggest new SeeVogh users test the facility to determine if it will work for them) – it is recommended to try the SeeVogh Test Program - http://seevogh.com/tech/checker/check.jnlp - this will check if your system is capable of running the SeeVogh program.

If you are having any problems with SeeVogh, please contact the QCIF SeeVogh administrators at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . This way we can hopefully resolve any issues you are having, or alternatively, we can identify an issue and pass this back to the SeeVogh developers.

SeeVogh Product Updates

In case you were not aware – SeeVogh:

  • recently enabled multiple camera support, therefore you can use room based facilities with multiple cameras within a SeeVogh Meeting.

  • supports the detachment of a large number of video titles. Thus some users have been using it on an ‘Optiportal’ type display for their SeeVogh meetings. An example of this can be seen in the image below (each one of those screens is a 50” TV).

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  • has the ability to conduct a Self-Test, using Loopback functionality;

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  • provides access to documentation through the SeeVogh menu

  • now lists recording, and calling H.323 and SIP devices, within the SeeVogh Menu. These are enabled to users who have meeting moderator permissions.

  • An updated version of the SeeVogh test program can now be found at the bottom of http://www.qcif.edu.au/seevogh webpage, which points to (http://seevogh.com/tech/checker/checkAU.jnlp). This program is extremely useful, as it tests systems to see if SeeVogh will work correctly. The nice functionality is that the ‘Join Test Meeting’ now points to the QCIF Test Meeting – so it uses the QCIF SeeVogh servers, and not the international servers.

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  • Within the beta packaged clients, a feature request of device settings has been implemented. This new menu option allows users to easily change their device settings (and not just from the little down arrow/triangle on the Toolbar).

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Access Grid Bridging – no longer supported

Due to recent updates and improvements to SeeVogh, it is now no longer feasible for SeeVogh to be able to support bridging to Access Grid meetings.

Did you know?

  • You can join a SeeVogh meeting by phone (mobile or land line). For more information, please visit QCIF's SeeVogh telephone bridge user guide.

  • You can join a SeeVogh meeting using a mobile device. To download these free application, simply search for SeeVogh on Apple’s App store, or on Google Play for android devices.

  • SeeVogh was the first Internet2 Partner to support InCommon authentication for rapid mass deployment and includes APIs for integration with higher education systems like learning management systems or university portals. See http://www.internet2.edu/products-services/cloud-services-applications/seevogh/ for more information.

  • On March 12, 2014 – SeeVogh and Internet2 announced that SeeVogh has completed the Internet2 NET+ service validation process, enabling unique service delivery benefits for higher education and unprecedented licensing terms to make its platform broadly available to universities for a low-fixed, annual fee. Additional information can be found here.

 

May 2014 SeeVogh Update

This May 2014 SeeVogh Update provides some information about the QCIF SeeVogh Service and the SeeVogh application itself.  This brief will provide the following information:
  • QCIF SeeVogh Service Update
  • SeeVogh’sStand-alonePackaged Application Update
  • SeeVogh Troubleshooting Information
  • SeeVogh Product Updates
  • And someDid you know?information about SeeVogh
QCIF SeeVogh Service Update

As some of you might be aware, the license of the QCIF SeeVogh Service will be up for renewal at the end of June 2014.  QCIF is currently reviewing its options about the future of this service.  We expect to be able to provide some further information by the end of May.  Until then, everyone is welcome to continue to use SeeVogh. If you have any concerns, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

SeeVogh’s ‘Stand-alone’ Packaged Application Update

The SeeVogh development team are continually developing the packaged version of the SeeVogh application, with version 2.9.6 released in late April.

One major benefit of the ‘packaged’ version of SeeVogh is that it eliminates the need for users to install and maintain Java on their computer systems. It gets rid of the headaches caused when browser and operating systems vendors constantly change the security settings of their products.

The packaged version is now the recommended version of SeeVogh. It contains additional features that are not available in the “web-link” version.  Some of the additional features include:

  • SeeVogh Menu → Configure option.  This makes it easier for users to configure their media devices (such a camera and audio devices).
  • SeeVogh now provides options about how incoming video streams are displayed.

SeeVogh-May-Blog-2No Remote Video – When you choose this display option, no video will be streamed to your SeeVogh Client. This is useful when you have a very limited network connection.  Basically, this option will make it an audio-only connection, but you can still transmit video if your upload connection speed is acceptable.

SeeVogh-May-Blog-3Limited Bandwidth Video – When you choose this display option, a single mosaic image of the videos will be transmitted to your SeeVogh Client.  This is useful you have a very limited network connection.  Basically, all video is combined and sent to your client as a single video stream, thus reducing the receiving video bandwidth requirements.

SeeVogh-May-Blog-4Current Speaker Video – When you choose this option, it will display the current speaker as the ‘primary’ large video. This is useful you have limited display screen capacity such as a single display screen. It should be noted that this option displays the video that has incoming audio. If people are not speaking, they should be advised to mute their audio, otherwise background noise might cause the video to continuously switch between video streams.

SeeVogh-May-Blog-5Click to select Video – this is now the default option.  All videos will be displayed in the lower display area. Users can click on whatever video streams they want shown in the larger video display area. This is a toggle – when you click on a larger ‘primary’ video, this will reduce it back to the smaller display area at a normal size. Click it again to make it bigger.

SeeVogh-May-Blog-6Display All Videos – this mode was the previous default option, where all videos were displayed in the ‘primary’ display area. Click on a larger ‘primary’ video to reduce it back to the smaller display area – especially for video streams not critical to the meeting.

If you try the packaged version, and experience issues, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , as anyfeedback assists in improving SeeVogh.  SeeVogh’s packaged client can be downloaded from the web and only needs to be installed once. The file to be downloaded is about 50 megabytes, so the download should take only a minute or so on a fast network.  To download the application, simply click on the link provided below (this will also determine what version you are required to install).

https://seevogh.com/seevoghdownload/

To attend a meeting, paste the 10-digit meeting ID into the applications “Meeting ID” into the text box.  The meeting ID will be a 10-digit number sent to you by the meeting organiser (the QCIF test meeting that you can use anytime is - https://seevogh.com/?join=6545898722 or simply Meeting ID 6545898722).

Information on the development and changes to the packaged version of SeeVogh can be found at http://seevogh.com/category/shc_release/

SeeVogh Trouble Shooting Information

SeeVogh-May-Blog-7It should be acknowledged that there have been recent issues with using theSeeVogh service, particularly with Mac OS X 10.8.4 (Mavericks) systems.

 SeeVogh Product Updates

 In case you were not aware – SeeVogh:

  • now sends a ‘customise’ message to the  ‘QCIF Licensed user’ when a new meeting is booked.  This message contains additional information such as ‘Testing and Trouble Shooting’, ‘Video Conferencing Etiquette’, ‘Additional Capabilities’ and how to provide ‘Feedback’.  This information will greatly assist first time users of SeeVogh and advise them on how to join a meeting through the QCIF phone bridge, if, for whatever reason, the standard method of using SeeVogh doesn’t work.

  • recently enabled multiple camera support, therefore you can use room-based facilities with multiple cameras within a SeeVogh Meeting.  If you join a meeting and you can see both your video stream and ‘Your nick name’ displayed within SeeVogh, this is due to the fact that you are transmitting a still image, as well as your video.  Unselect the ‘still image’ option within your ‘camera configuration’ options to remove this additional stream.

  • has recently implemented server load balancing, thereby users should notice improvements – especially those meeting with a large number of participants distributed throughout Australia and internationally.

  • now lists recording and calling H.323 and SIP devices within the SeeVogh menu.  These are enabled to users who have meeting moderator permissions.

  • phone bridge server was recently updated to newer and better performing hardware, therefore users can expect improved phone bridging performance.

Did you know?

  • When using SeeVogh's 'Stand-alone' packaged application, when you click on the Meeting ID, if you use the 'Up' and 'Down' arrow keys (↑and ↓), this will scroll through previously attended meetings.  If there is a permanent meeting you regularly use (the ‘QCIF SeeVogh Test Room’ as an example), you can find it easily without needing to remember to locate the meeting details.
  • You can join a SeeVogh meeting using a mobile or tablet device.  To download these free applications, simply search for SeeVogh on Apple's App store, or on Google Play for Android devices.