Directories Internet videoconferences run directly in the browser, on the videoconferencing service webpage. Browser-based videoconferencing is provided with an ActiveX or a WebMate plug-in.

The software is installed when you join a conference for the first time or after the VideoMost software upgrading. The system detects the operating system and a web browser and automatically prompts you to install the plug-in needed. You only need to confirm installation and launch of the software.

When using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome plug-in installation is not necessary due to the WebRTC technology.

Here is the list of software components that you may need to install:
For Microsoft Windows:
111111111• XPI Installer for Firefox 52 and lower,
111111111• Videomost Lite installer,
111111111• Videomost Proton installer,
111111111• Remote control service installer,
For Mac OS X:
111111111• Videomost Lite installer,
111111111• Videomost Proton installer,
For Linux:
111111111• XPI Installer for Firefox 52 and lower,
111111111• Videomost Lite installer for Debian-based systems,
111111111• Videomost Proton installer for Debian-based systems,
111111111• Videomost Proton portable for any Linux system.

VideoMost Lite
VideoMost Lite is a dedicated VideoMost software client, based on FireFox ESR 38.0.1 and designed for videoconferencing. The system offers you to install VideoMost Lite when you join a conference for the first time.

VideoMost Proton
VideoMost Proton is a desktop VideoMost software client built on Electron framework and designed for videoconferencing. The system offers you to install VideoMost Proton when you join a conference for the first time.

Remote Control Service Installer
Remote Control Service Installer is required to be installed in case you need to give control of your desktop to some of the conference participants. When this service is installed, one of the conference participants can control your desktop while the other participants can watch it as a screen sharing.
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