Tuber takes advantage of the Web Real-Time Communications (Web RTC) protocol that’s becoming standard on modern browsers. If you want to try out Tuber, you can set it up in one click with a Heroku Button.Otherwise, installation is simple and you’ll find instructions on our Github repo.
It touts all the standard features you expect from Google Hangouts -like buttons to mute audio and turn off video selectively- and it’s engineered to work flawlessly on a corporate LAN with low latency and CPU usage.
If you need video conferencing that doesn’t rely on any third-party services, you should check out Tuber. There’s no additional client software or plugins, and you don’t need to create an account to use it.
We want you to use it, protect your privacy, and help us make it better.
Tuber is everything your team needs for secure video chat.
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Today, we’re releasing the source code to our self-hosted video chat platform, Tuber Time Communications (or just “Tuber”).