This page provides information on how to create text/audio/video chat
program among more Silverlight client applications using Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK.
Beside this brief introduction please also check the configuration steps and the source code
Ozeki Silverlight VideoChat sample program demonstrates how to build a text/audio/video chat program using
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK among more Silverlight client applications. The SL clients
connect to a server that records the logged in users, and forwards media data arriving
from the clients to the appropriate client. After logging into
the VideoChat server, the Silverlight client can optionally make and receive audio and
video calls, or text messages from the logged in clients.
Requirements for the sample program
Supported operating systems:
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows 7
Required development environment:
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 or 4.0
Microsoft Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio 2010
1 GHz or faster processor
1 GB RAM (32-bit) +
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This page gives you a brief introduction to the configuration steps that
help use the sample program instantly.
Source code explanation
To get learn the source code of this sample program in details check the source code explanation page
for clarification. On this page you will find the source code with comments in a transparent way.
This sample program is a demonstration on how to connect to a server
that is supported by Ozeki MediaGateway SDK from Silverlight applications easily
and quickly. It is based on Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK that is a true .Net solution.
No professional computer skills are required and the implementation process is
really easy. With the included test component time, energy and money
can be saved.
When you decide to purchase Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK license you may
be interested in licensing policy.
A purchased Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK "license" can be used to build a "single product".
This "single product" (along with its subsequent versions) can be freely distributed
in as many copies as you wish without paying any royalties or license fees to Ozeki.