Currently we use Google Hangouts or Skype for interviews, but we can't always assume the candidate will have a Google account or have Skype installed. We just need two people to be able to see and talk to each other. Works on all major browsers and even has a chrome extension. You can invite anybody and you can send the meeting invite to their email id. You can do screen-sharing, control-desktop, video chat, join the audio conference via computer, dial in via phone or get a call from Webex. Disclaimer: I'm developer of this web app and now it's in development process, probably alpha version.Yes we can always make people download and/or create accounts prior to the interview, but we'd like something that doesn't take any work on the interviewees end. Any APIs available that we can build a simple web portal around? PS : You can look at Signal RTC, it's a video chat web application (no need to install anyting, no browser plugins), which uses Web RTC and Signal R, works only on Chrome and Firefox, not IE. Basically, get User Media lets the browsers ask for the permission and then lets you use the camera.You must be aware that it's still badly supported and that the API might change again, especially if you want to send those streams over internet.If your UVC device is not listed below, please report it to the Linux UVC development mailing list. First and second generation Logitech webcams suffer from firmware bug which make the camera somehow unstable.but need access webcam with pure Java Script Can someone help me or give me some ideas? From my experience with it, it works very well, the video and audio quality is clear and I've noticed little to no stuttering or lag.I want to make a website which would allow two people to live video chat with each other and share some text message too simultaneously.
The UVC specification covers webcams, digital camcorders, analog video converters, analog and digital television tuners, and still-image cameras that support video streaming for both video input and output.Quake Net is a large IRC (Internet Relay Chat) network.People from all over the world connect to Quake Net to communicate, organise and hang out and you can use any common IRC client to join in or use our web chat application to join directly from your browser.The use of this Schedule is for Personal use only, no duplication without the express written approval of Any suggestions or questions please don't be afraid to email me.Due to the limited available man power and the broad scope of the UVC specification, the Linux UVC project will concentrate the development efforts on video input devices, especially webcams.