What browsers, websites or videos and vSpace Clients are supported by vCAST?
Currently, the vCAST Feature is compatible with only the
Below are some facts around the value and use of this new
feature for vSpace.
- Reduces the overall server-side CPU usage
when users watch web videos like YouTube or local media content without the
need for expensive GPUs. This results in higher quality media streaming using
the network bandwidth without CPU bottlenecks and allows an increased number of
- vCAST Web Streaming: supported on RX300,
vSpace Pro Client for Windows and Chrome, available on Chrome browser. Support
Youtube web videos and embedded Youtube web videos.
- vCAST Media Streaming: supported on RX300
and vSpace Pro Client for Windows. Support client-side rendering of VLC player
(up to version 2.2.6) and Windows Media Player. Note: Windows Media Player
client-side redirection is not supported on Windows Server
2016 and Windows and server-side rendering will be used.
- vCAST MOJO Streaming: supported on
L/M/MX-series thin client. Admin first needs to transcode local video content
into the MOJO format.
- vCAST is a standard
feature starting in vSpace Pro 11.2.0 and requires no additional license.
What is vCAST Streaming?
vCAST streaming is a standard feature in vSpace Pro 11 LTS and vSpace Pro Enterprise Edition. vCAST Streaming, supported by RX420(RDP), RX-RDP and RX300 thin clients, reduces the overall server-side CPU usage for web videos like YouTube, Vimeo and ...
What is vCast Streaming and its benefits
vCAST Streaming reduces server-side CPU usage when users watch web videos like YouTube, Vimeo, or local media content, and does so without the need for expensive GPUs. This technology results in higher quality video streaming without CPU bottlenecks, ...
vCast - What is the difference between Web, Media and Mojo?
vCast - What is the difference between Web, Media and Mojo? Download document here To enable vCAST, user must have valid vCAST License. This can be purchased through your local reseller or the NComputing Management Portal. To purchase through the ...
How to add the vCAST Chrome Extension manually to your vSpace server?
This article is for administrators who need to MANUALLY add the vCast Chrome extension to their Google Chrome browser. Please note that when you first install the latest vSpace Pro software, the extension should be added by default. If, for whatever ...
How to determine if vCast is working correctly?
When using Chrome Browser inside a vSpace Pro 10 or Pro 11 session, you should be able to check the Plug-in Indicator to determine if vCast is working correctly on your client. See Image below vCAST Streaming · Reducess the overall server-side CPU ...