book meetings using a simple web form. The system
automatically returns to you, the booking confirmation
and 'ticket' you need to pass on to the people
want to join
the meeting, to give them access.
Contact us to obtain information about how to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
This fully featured
Demo allows you to try out FlashMeeting for a limited
time period. Simply click on the link above to
enter the Demo. You will need a camera/microphone
for any of this to make sense. And, ideally, a
friend! FlashMeeting is easy to use but you could
take a look at QuickStart if
this is your first time.
Record the meeting
for easy web replay!
Use FlashMeeting Memo to watch a recording of your FlashMeeting.
It uses the same Macromedia Flash plugin as FlashMeeting, meaning virtually
everyone invited will be able to see it in their normal browser.
Here you will find information on becoming a
registered user allowing you to use the booking
system. Help, advice and
are also listed.
Take a look at the QuickStart page
if you haven't used FlashMeeting before.
to us please!
Please find time to tell
us about your thoughts on this product. It
won't improve unless you tell us!
N.B. We recommend
you install/update to the latest version
of both Flash (you must have at least Flash
and your browser to get the best results.
Check your equipment before
using FlashMeeting with FlashMedia
You may also be interested in
FlashMeeting's 'sister' products:
provides a platform for persistent presence.
quick and simple way to get 'video' on to
The simple one-click video conference!
works in a web browser running the Flash 7 plugin!
is easy to use:
the large 'broadcast' button to begin broadcasting
both your image and sound to everyone else in the
meeting - when you've finished click the button again
one person speaks at a time like in a real meeting
- eliminating any overlaps or confusion. If you have
something important to say - then everyone in the meeting
will hear you!
you click the 'broadcast' button when another person
is already broadcasting you will join the 'queue'.
If you are
first in the queue when the broadcaster finishes, you
automatically begin broadcasting!
The FlashMeeting server seamlessly
'links' clients with different connection
also provides a recording available for immediate web replay.
Typically what does the process prior
to joining a meeting involve?:
'registered' user of FlashMeeting books a meeting by using
the 'Book' web link above. They receive an email confirming
the booking details which includes the URL with the unique
password and room name (also called a 'ticket'). They in
turn distribute this to whom ever they wish to join the meeting.
When the time for the meeting arrives, the participants simply
use the 'ticket' URL to open a web page containing the
A note for people joining a FlashMeeting:
you have been invited to join a FlashMeeting, you have to
enter it using the special URL provided to you by the person
who booked the meeting. This contains both the required room
name and password to allow entry to that specific meeting,
just copy and paste it into your web browser. For
we do not make the URL's for a FlashMeeting public. No
FlashMeeting can ever be accessed from a link on this main
FlashMeeting web site (except
the special 'demo' room).
Can I buy this?:
at the moment... FlashMeeting, on our server, is part of
our academic research at KMi.
If you are interested and feel that we would both benefit from
your group's participation in the project, please contact email@example.com to
obtain information about how to register. An ideal user group
would probably be a 'community' from the educational or
but would benefit from regular contact using FlashMeeting.
Be aware that we may view any recordings made and use them
as part of our research into such technologies (i.e. data
in papers etc.).