AGVCR was written by Derek Piper at the Indiana University School of Informatics to allow members of AccessGrid conferences to be able to easily record those conferences and play them back at a later time using a friendly, simple interface. Participants of a recording are saved along with the file itself to allow for easy review once the file is loaded again. Recorded files can be edited via a built-in editor.
It is written in C with GTK and compiles cleanly under Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. AGVCR simply records RTP and RTCP from any number of unicast or multicast streams (e.g. AccessGrid Audio and Video) together with minimal overhead of timing information and provides the ability to replay that conference to multicast or unicast addresses. Replayed conferences are almost indistinguishable from a live session*.
Playback can be to localhost and using VIC and RAT in a standalone manner from the AG toolkit, it is possible to record an AG meeting, save it to DVD with a copy of AGVCR (see here for a self-contained AGVCR GTK run-time) and hand it to someone to play back at their leisure.
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AGVCR is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).