Feature Overview • Use built-in web server or external with FTP. • Support for secure streaming using SSL. • Share entire desktop or specify a region. • Send email invites.
• Password protect screen stream session. • Preview what viewers will see. • Real-time mode allows viewers to see your screen with minimal lag. • Timed capture mode allows you to transmit to many viewers at once.
• Works behind the scenes and transmits anything you see on your desktop. • Cheaper than paying a monthly fee for an online web sharing service. • Share over the Internet or Local Area Network. Dictation there.
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• Your viewers don't need to install any special software. • Viewers can use any web browser on any operating system. • Screen stream to iPhone and Android mobile devices. • No limit to the number of viewers, you are only limited by your network connection. • Router wizard helps configure your router's firewall to allow remote connections. Two Server Modes Local Server Mode: The streaming server is self-contained, it does not rely on any external server. The screen images are sent directly to viewers from your computer.
Other popular web-based screen sharing tools require the images to go through their servers before they go to viewers. The direct connection to viewers gives you increased privacy when sharing sensitive information. External Server Mode: The streaming server uses an external web server by uploading images via FTP. Allows you to use an existing web server and integrate directly with any website.
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