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What is Vibe?

Vibe is a hybrid-cloud-based, high-definition, multi-point, team video collaboration solution. Vibe allows users to connect to Team Meeting Rooms or Private Meetings. Unlike traditional video conferencing for meetings, Vibe is designed to be an application that users are in all day. It offers a dynamic display of multiple video images, multiple simultaneously shared desktops, an integrated SIP Softphone, and public/private text chat.

Vibe can connect users from the following types of devices:

  • Desktop or Laptop PCs running Windows, Mac and Linux
  • Mobile devices running Android and iOS
  • Computers running a WebRTC enabled Web Browser
  • Video conference room systems running H.323, SIP
  • Phone only users through a dial in audio bridge


Do I need to register to participate to a Vibe meeting?

No. There is no registration required. Enter a meeting number and the name you’d like to use.

How Do I Connect to a Vibe meeting? 

Web Browser

For a download-free experience, use the WebRTC client at: https://vibe.ezuce.com/WebRTC 

Mobile

To join from a mobile device, visit your App store and search for ‘ezuce vibe’. 

PC

For a more dynamic experience, use the PC client available at https://vibe.ezuce.com/download
 

Do I need to install some software to use Vibe?

The most dynamic experience is with the Vibe PC client. You can also use the Vibe client application for Apple iOS or Android devices available in their respective App stores. Also, the WebRTC client allows Chrome or Firefox users to join a conference without the need to download a client at all.

Web Browser

For a download-free experience, use the WebRTC client at: https://vibe.ezuce.com/WebRTC 

Mobile

To join from a mobile device, visit https://vibe.ezuce.com/WebRTC using Chrome on Android or Safari on an iOS device. 

PC

For the most dynamic experience, use the PC client available at https://vibe.ezuce.com/download

Which operating systems does Vibe support?

Vibe can connect users from the following types of devices:

  • Desktop or Laptop PCs running Windows, Mac and Linux
  • Mobile devices running Android and iOS
  • Computers running a WebRTC enabled Web Browser
  • Video conference room systems running H.323, SIP
  • Phone only users through a dial in audio bridge
     
    See End Users for specifics.

Will Vibe run on my WiFi network?

Yes, however you should realize that streaming multiple videos to your PC is a bandwidth intensive application. As your distance from a WiFi Access Point increases your available bandwidth decreases. Additionally, bandwidth available on a WiFi Access Point is pooled with all other users using that Access Point. Users will see a dramatic increase in quality when they connect their computer with an ethernet cable. Generally meeting quality will start out fine and then degrade over time with WiFi. You can utilize the limited bandwidth video mode to help mitigate this if WiFi is your only option.
 

How do I use the product and where can I get more product specific training?

Additional documentation and some video tutorials can be found on this page.

Is there support for H.323 and SIP Clients?

Vibe supports H.323 and SIP room based systems. Users with these systems can either dial into a meeting or the participants in the meeting can dial out to H.323 or SIP systems if they know the URI. Our extensive interoperability testing assures you can connect with most of the legacy systems in your community. This makes Vibe an excellent and affordable replacement to an existing MCU infrastructure at less than the cost of your annual maintenance contract.

How can I contact eZuce about Vibe or other matters?

Product support questions can be directed to support@ezuce.com. Comments or feedback can be sent to info@ezuce.com.

How do I fix Ubuntu issues?

Ubuntu has no libgconf2 installed by default. You need to install it as root and run:
# apt -y install libgconf2-4

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