MegaMeeting is a web-based video conferencing software that facilitates meetings. It has video, audio and presentation resources that are run on real-time. It uses a browser-based approach thus avoiding issues such as download configurations, and installations as it connects its hosts, and participants together with the smallest effort. Its video and audio integration are also impressive and one of the best known multi-point video displays bundlers i.e. holding video components together. MegaMeeting has several pricing plans that customers can purchase based on the number of seats they require monthly. For high-end customers, the software has an enterprise version that provides excellent features such as private branding among others.
- Customers can run the service using their servers. Installation is not a requirement for any user.
- The web conferencing tools such as the mouse, keyboard and whiteboard have significant functionality.
- Strict security measures and heavy-duty protection against malicious codes, and potential malware.
- It can host up to 16 video feeds simultaneously with the video windows having built in screen sharing features and telephone conferencing.
- The participants can attend the meeting through four methods. They include:-
- VoIP( Voice-over Internet Protocol)
- Standard Phone
- Text Chat
- It runs on Linux, Windows, and Mac operating systems.
- Two training sessions that run for 90 minutes are also provided.
- It runs on Flash-enabled web browsers. This makes easier for everyone who uses it to host the meetings effectively. The hosts quickly initiate meetings through email messages and direct links.
- Its Domain Name System (DNS) setup is unique i.e. companyname.megameeting.com. This makes the software to be recognized professionally amongst the attendees and clients too.
- Custom skins that help businesses to privately brand their meetings. They can use corporate logos and colors too.
- Integrated toll-conferencing calling and video conferencing- It simplifies the time-consuming task of sifting through affiliate companies to set up traditional telephone conferences.