Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK ensures a powerful and
highly versatile solution for implementing SIP based phone functions into
your applications efficiently and quickly. With its fully-customizable
GUI, it speeds up development processes. This page enlists some GUI samples that
can be achieved based on your needs.
Demo interface for Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK
Figure 1 - Softphone tab
When you launch OzekiDemoSoftphone you can see the GUI presented
in Figure 1. Softphone tab includes three main sections for SIP phone settings, volume control
and video calls.
In SIP Phone section you can find the phone call related information. Here you can dial phone numbers
and can check the call history, the active phone lines and phone calls. Beside this section there is the
place for video streaming for both sides. Below you will find the volume control app for
microphone and speakers.
Figure 2 - Settings tab
Under Settings tab you will be able to enter the SIP account values in order
to register the SIP account. Beside this, you can also specify Network Adapter and NAT settings. On the
right side of this tab you can improve voice quality and select codec you wish to use. Below
you can select ringtone and ringback tone (Figure 2).
Figure 3 - WPF softphone GUI
Figure 3 demonstrates a WPF softphone sample GUI. This GUI has been
developed with Microsoft WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) technology. This way,
this technology ensures great flexibility regarding the appearance (GUI) of this program.
The WPF sample softphone is aimed to demonstrate how easy it is to use Ozeki SIP SDK,
so the sample has only basic telephone functions but, of course, they can be extended
if needed. However, it provides all functions to establish phone calls effectively
like to make a call, to receive a call, sending and receiving DTMF
signals and display of call events on the interface. Read more...
Figure 4 - Attended call transfer
Figure 4 presents a softphone user interface that is capable for
attended call transfer. When it comes to attended call transfer, the simplest solution
is when there is a human operator who can make the transfer directly (user interaction).
This sample program follows this logic: the human operator accepts this incoming
call. The operator can ask about the goal of the caller and according to this,
he decides about the call transfer. Read more...
Figure 5 - Silverlight camera access
When you wish to setup a video webphone, voice calls still need to be
handled. This way, it is possible to use a previously built webphone client for this purpose.
You can add further GUI elements to it in order to support video calls (Figure 5). Video support needs
two new sections in your webphone that display web cam video streams. For this, two
separate video stream players need to be used, one for the client's video stream and
one for the remote party's.
Figure 6 - Flash video conference
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK also supports Flash video conferences (Figure 6).
Flash is a multimedia displaying technology that can be used for
creating web page embedded VoIP solutions called webphones. Usually these webphones are
used to make simple VoIP phone calls, however, they can also be employed for further, more
advanced goals. Such a goal can be a webinar. Webinars are lectures held through the
web. They require the same technology as simple VoIP communication programs. Webinars
only differ in the fact that during webinars more clients can join to the
conversation as listener and there is one special client who is the lecturer. While in
case of web conferences all clients can talk to other clients.
Figure 7 - Video softphone
Figure 7 presents the GUI of a sample video softphone. As it
was mentioned video phone support can be added to a previously built
webphone with voice call support, only some extra codec support and display methods
needs to be added to it. During video streaming video data (similarly to audio data)
is also sent in digitized and segmented form via the established phone line between
two VoIP clients.
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK comes with flexible and fully-customizable
Graphical User Interfaces. The greatest advantage of this fact is that you
can operate with a GUI that totally fits your needs. You can select from several
sample programs that saves you time and energy. By using a sample application you will
have a basis for your project so you do not need to start from the beginning.
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