Two weeks ago, I illustrated how to develop a PHP (server-side) application, leveraging Polycom DMA APIs, to easily control a Polycom on-going conference (here). That app doesn't require admin credentials, so an end-user can use it via its own credentials, but he needs to have a PHP server.
So, to simplify the use of that service, I adapted that aplication to be usable as a Google Chrome App. So, now anhy end-user can install that "local" app on its Google Chrome browser, and uses it.
Click on that icon to install it on your Google Chrome.
- List of meeting participants (audio, video, content)
- Start/stop recording
- Lock/unlock conference
- Mute/unmute a selected person (or a list of people)
- Mute all participants except chairperson
- Unmute all participants
- Add/remove participants.
- Save/retrieve your meetings details (DMA FQDN, username, login...)
Some screenshots of that application:
|Just retrieved my previous settings|
|Validate my meeting number of my ongoing conference|
|Just clicked on "Begin Recording"|
|Just locked my conference|
|Selection of several people who attend the meeting|
|Just muted selected people|
|Unmuted the conference|