Camus Video Chat

Camus Video Chat

Morgan Robertson (mrgnr) Publisher

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Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Peer-to-peer group video chat using WebRTC.

Camus is a group video chat server that uses WebRTC for direct peer-to-peer communication. Users can create public or private rooms, stream audio and video, share their desktops, and send text messages.

Features:

  • Stream audio & video
  • Share your desktop
  • Send text messages
  • Control video feeds -- set your camera resolution, toggle fullscreen or picture-in-picture, disable incoming video
  • Configure custom STUN and TURN servers
  • Responsive user interface that works on large or small screens

Try it at https://camus.chat

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Contact Morgan Robertson

Details for Camus Video Chat

License
AGPL-3.0+
Last updated
1 November 2020

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Where people are using Camus Video Chat

Users by distribution (log)

Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 20.10
Ubuntu 18.04
Zorin OS 15
Linux Mint 20
Raspbian 10
Manjaro
Ubuntu 19.10
Linux Mint 19.3
Ubuntu 16.04

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