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.
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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 increased number of concurrent users.
Streaming: supported on RX300, vSpace Pro Client for Windows and Chrome,
available on Chrome browser. Support Youtube web videos and embedded Youtube
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.
Streaming: supported on L/M/MX-series thin client. The admin first
needs to transcode local video content into MOJO format.
available with an active AMP subscription for vSpace Pro 11