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Your video systems Searching for a video system Registering a new video system Modifying your video systems details  View your video systems details Scheduling a test with the Vscene OperatorsChecking for available testing days
Joining via your browser Using the browser Joining via your browser If you don’t have access to a hardware system, then you can easily join a conference via your browser. If you or another participant has scheduled a meeting using vscene, you will receive an email invite with the conference details. This email will include a link to join the videoconference via your browser.
There are two ways you can login to your account on Vscene: Login via your Vscene account or Institutional login  Login via your Vscene account Once you have registered to use Vscene, you will be able to use the email address and password you originally registered with to access your Vscene account. Once logged in, you can change your password at any time. Institutional login
Create a new account Email verification Terms and conditions Reset password Institutional login Delete your account   Create a new account
Jisc is the UK's expert body for digital technology and digital resources in higher education, further education and research. Since its foundation in the early 1990s, Jisc has played a pivotal role in the adoption of information technology by UK universities and colleges, supporting them to improve learning, teaching, the student experience and institutional efficiency, as well as enabling more powerful research.
Frequently Asked Questions Q1 Why are you doing this?A1 ISDN usage has steadily decreased to the extent that the cost to maintain the ISDN capability now far outweighs the benefit. To keep Vscene sustainable, Jisc has decided to remove bridging support within it from 1st August 2016. Q2 Does this stop me dialling into conferences using a telephone?A2 No this does not, you can continue to dial in to conferences via telephone. This change does not affect the telephone dial in facility.
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Google has now removed support for NPAPI plugins, which we relied on until recently. The Vscene Desktop plugin has been re-designed to function in a different way and we are currently working on integrating it into our system. We hope to have both the PC and the Mac versions avaialble soon. Our desktop plugin can be used with IE11, Safari, Opera, and the latest Firefox versions, so we hope that most users will have access to one of these in the meantime.
Entering the browser test room Device settings Audio and video test The browser test room has been created to allow you to test your audio and video, in preparation for joining a videoconference via your browser.    Entering the browser test room There are several ways that you can enter test room. There is a public virtual room, which is available 24/7.
Click to follow link >> Hints and Tips for Connecting Problematic Devices to eduroam Document produced 2013