Good news Jeff,
As soon as you guys get the chance to disclose some info, I would be very interested in knowing how the future pricing will compare to the paid services that we had with Adobe. Because otherwise, I might have to continue with the development of an alternative, as I'd rather not hang my hopes on them springing the prices on us in Oct.
We will have the new service up and running before the Adobe LCCS service is shutdown.
Yes, the service will be fully featured including the screen sharing capability.
thanks a lot for your reply. Thats really great news.
The only last remaining question is how the pricing calculation will be affected?
That's not totally clear just yet. The hosting partner is looking at this now. We do expect that there will be some changes, but are not expecting that they will be radical. This may not be resolved by the time that we have our formal announcement of the deal, but it won't take until October to get it sorted out either.
thanks jeff. will the recording feature be carried forward as well?
Yes, the recording feature will be carried forward and should work the same way.
It's almost October. Any more word on this?
We are still working through the final details of the agreement. Yes it's taking longer than I thought too. The good news is that we have been working in parallel with the partner to get them setup with the LCCS source and they've been building out the application so that we can meet our October goals.
I know I sound like a broken record, but I expect to announce a final agreement soon.
Thanks for your continued patience.
So to be clear, is it a good idea to start developping today a video chat application with LCCS ?
Your application should easily transfer over to the new service hosted by another provider.
So you could develop with LCCS. We aren't accepting new customers on LCCS, so as long as you already have an account setup to work with you are ok.