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Create a p2p single cast live video chat based on Flash RTMFP and PHP

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€750 - €1500 EUR
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Project Description

Create a p2p single cast live video chat based on RTMFP (Adobe Flash 10 Cirrus) and PHP.

Connection management:
It shall be possible to generate and send invitations for P2P sessions in a similar way as invitations for meetings are generated/sent via Outlook.
The p2p session manager generates a session ID in the form of 2 (slightly different) HTML-links, one for himself, the other for the invitee.
The HTML link shall contain:
- the role of participant (either rganizer or nvitee)
- the email address of the session organizer
- the email address of the session invitee
- the link generation time
- the scheduled meeting date/time
- the scheduled meeting duration
- expiration time: (minutes, hours, days, weeks, years)
- <=40 characters of free form text
- a non-trivial checksum of the above (10 characters)

When the session is about to start, both users shall click on their link. The links shall than be verified and a html document shall be automatically generated (using php) that represents the session or "room" where the two parties shall be interconnected through the p2p video.
It shall not be possible to connect to the session without knowing the session link. Multiple sessions / rooms may exist in parallel.
Please take into account that this mechanism will later be integrated to a Wordpress theme.

The website owners (Note: a third party, NOT the session organizer nor the invitee) shall be informed about the length of the p2p session in minutes.
This information shall be automatically sent via e-mail to accounting@ and shall contain the information listed above.
Please consider that the session might be interrupted and continued hours/days/weeks later. Automatic emails shall be sent whenever a p2p session was established longer than 2 minutes.

Required web pages:
1) Session creation

1a) Session form
A form to be filled in by the session organizer. It shall contain the following elements:
- the email address of the session organizer
- the email address of the session invitee
- the scheduled meeting date/time (please use a date/time picker)
- the scheduled meeting duration (would ideally be integrated in the date/time picker)
- <=40 characters of free form text (Session description/event/location)
- a button to "Create Session Now" (shall be grayed out unless the form isn't complete and consistent)

1b) Session created notification
Stating "Your Session has been successfully created and will be sent to the specifies email addresses"

2) "Room" pages
These pages are displayed if the user clicks on his session ID link. All room pages shall contain the session information as described in 1)

2a) Room page "too early"
A info page that is displayed if a participant tries to log in too early (more than 30 minutes before the scheduled start) stating: "Please log in no earlier than 30 Minutes before the scheduled start of the session."

2b) Room page "expired"
A info page that is displayed if a participant tries to log in to an already expired session (see expiration time) stating: "Session expired. Please create a new one."

2c) Room page "waiting/connected"
A page that contains 2 video areas
- left side: partner video (if the partner did not log in yet, "Waiting for your video partner to join" shall be displayed).
- right side: own video
Both videos shall be displayable in full screen mode
The own video shall be controllable with the following controls:
- On/Off Button: "Mic: on/off",
- Radio buttons: "Image: live/still/off"

If the p2p video player is unable to reestablish the lost connection automatically, it shall be possible to reestablish it by clicking on the session link. This shall also work reliably after the web browser is closed, crashed or hanging.

Please see attached file for further comments about coding and deliverables

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