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OBMeet® is a for-profit company that makes flagship products and services built on the Foundation, Foundation libraries or components under license LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License).

What is® Foundation?® foundation is an open communication network that publishes OBMeet® open standard for secure, decentralised and real-time communication.

It is maintained by the non-profit® Foundation, we aim to create an open platform which is as independent, vibrant and evolving as the Web itself... but for communication.
OBMeet® was conceived and built by Emmanuel Gabriel, to be a service open to all, to be community supported, and to respect the privacy of users. Our mission is to build powerful communication messaging tools that break communication barriers irrespective of different languages, accent or culture around the world.
Messages are encrypted with an RSA key. Our cutting edge security Elliptic-curve Diffie–Hellman (ECDHE) parameters are utilized with 256-bit and 2048-bit groups alternatively; this improves security even further for some types of ciphers. Likewise, OBMeet® has multiple security mechanics in place to keep data streams very secure.

OBMeet® also runs on Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates which encrypts all content sent from the server to the user’s web browser. For audio, video, and screen sharing, WebRTC libraries transmit Real-Time Protocol Packets (RTP) over user datagram protocol (UDP) via Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS), and all media packets are encrypted using Secure Real-Time Protocol (SRTP).

These all add up to a high level of built-in security for your streams. Finally, a unique room access code for each session is available and requires the meeting moderator’s explicit approval to admit new participants.
OBMeet works in the following browser latest version:
  • Chrome
  • FireFox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari
The following operating systems (OS) are supported by:
  • Windows
  • Linux
  • Android (6.0+)
  • iOS (12.2+)
What are the bandwidth requirements to use OBMeet® ?

Recommended internet bandwidth 3 Mbps.

When sharing a webcam as a moderator, OBMeet® lets you select different presentation slide size ranges: 320x240, 640x480, or 1280x720. For bandwidth calculations, each resolution is roughly equivalent to a 0.25 Mbits/sec, 0.40 Mbits/sec, and 0.60 Mbits/sec video stream.

OBMeet® requires internet bandwidth of up to 3 Mbps to let you use most of its functions and features, including video calls and group calls. But you can use slower speeds for lower-tech tasks like one-on-one video calls and screen sharing, which take only around 0.58 Mbps

  • Video conferencing: 1-4 Mbps
  • Standard-definition video streaming: 3-4 Mbps
  • High-definition video streaming: 5-8 Mbps
  • Frequent large file downloading: 50 Mbps and up

For example, the bandwidth calculation for a room with 5 users and 5 webcams streaming is as follows:

  • Incoming bandwidth: 5 * 1.25 = 1.25 Mbits/sec, or 3600 * 1.25 = 4.5 GBits/hr.
  • Outgoing bandwidth: 5 * (5-1) *.25 = 5 Mbits/sec, or 3600 * 5 = 18 Gbits/hr.
Yes you can register with your email address, names and password, and will allow you to reset your password if you forget it.
  1. Type or copy and paste your invitation link on your browser url, provided by the host.
  2. When prompted, add your designated Meeting Access Code and your full names (The Meeting Access Code can be a 6-Digit number). The Meeting Code should be provided by the host.
  3. You’re in!
  1. Sign In with your email address and password.
  2. Click “Get Started” button.
  3. Sign in using your login information or create a new account.
  4. Whilst login successfully, by now you should be on “Home Room” dashboard.
  5. Click “Start” button to kick-off your meeting.
  6. Test your audio and microphone.
  7. Use a headset to avoid causing background noise for others.
  8. You’re set for your meeting.
  1. Click “Create a Room +” on “Home Room” dashboard.
  2. Enter a desired room name.
  3. Generate an optional room access code (An extra security check for guest)
  4. Click “create room” button.
  5. Send out the meeting details, including the Meeting Access Code and/or link.
  6. You’ve created a meeting!
  7. That’s it.
  1. Click the room name you intend to update.
  2. Click “settings” icon.
  3. Enter a desired room name.
  4. You can generate a new access code (An extra security check for guest).
  5. Click “update room” button.
  6. That’s it.
  1. Click the room name you intend to delete.
  2. Click “trash” icon.
  3. Are you sure you want to delete your meeting room?.
  4. If yes, click “delete this room” red button.
  5. That’s it.
Yes. If you choose to delete your account, it will NOT be recoverable. All information regarding your account, including settings, rooms, and recording will be removed.
  1. Click the "Screen Sharing" icon.
  2. Your screen is now shared..
Absolutely, you can use OBMeet® inbuilt streaming encoder and stream to Facebook, Youtube and Twitch.
Yes, you can use OBMeet® inbuilt streaming encoder and stream to Twitch or OBMeet® TV.
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