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Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM)

Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM)

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What is Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM)?

Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM) is a video conferencing service powered by Tencent that is built for collaboration. With this product, users can schedule and join meetings, anytime, anywhere, to eliminate the need to travel and allowing users to be more…

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What is Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM)?

Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM) is a video conferencing service powered by Tencent that is built for collaboration. With this product, users can schedule and join meetings, anytime, anywhere, to eliminate the need to travel and allowing users to be more productive.

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What is Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM)?

Tencent VooV Meeting (TVM) Technical Details

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Score 7 out of 10
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I used it for the specific purpose of meeting with business users from China. As China has certain restrictions when it comes to foreign softwares, VooV is the preferred platform for them. For internal use and for meetings with others from Singapore, I have never used VooV, as it is mostly unknown.
  • Access Control
  • Intuitive Controls within Meeting
  • Attendee and Content Sharing Management
  • Powerful features such as beauty filter, network checks
  • Home screen lacks certain functions
  • Integration with Google Calendar
It is most ideal for meetings with people residing in China. Outside of China, it is less common compared to Zoom, MS Teams, Google Meet, and other popular meeting platforms. While it is lesser known, it possesses powerful features and is technically on par with any other meeting platform. I have no issues using it on a daily basis. For someone whose primary calendar is Google, perhaps Google Meet is still the most seamless integrated solution.
Performance & Compatibility of Online Events Software (4)
45%
4.5
High quality audio
90%
9.0
High quality video
90%
9.0
Low bandwidth requirements
N/A
N/A
Mobile support
N/A
N/A
Screen Sharing (2)
45%
4.5
Desktop sharing
90%
9.0
Whiteboards
N/A
N/A
Online Meetings / Events (5)
36%
3.6
Calendar integration
N/A
N/A
Meeting initiation
90%
9.0
Integrates with social media
N/A
N/A
Record meetings / events
N/A
N/A
Slideshows
90%
9.0
Online Events Collaboration (3)
30%
3.0
Live chat
90%
9.0
Audience polling
N/A
N/A
Q&A
N/A
N/A
Online Events Security (3)
60%
6.0
User authentication
90%
9.0
Participant roles & permissions
90%
9.0
Confidential attendee list
N/A
N/A
  • Hassle-free communication with Chinese counterparts
Technically, TVM is on par and perhaps perform better than most of the rest. It does a really good job at what it's supposed to do, a meeting platform with strong support features for video, audio and presentation. The only issue is in prevalence, there doesn't seem to be a web version available, so invitees who don't have the TVM platform are required to download and install the software before they can join a meeting. This creates more friction compared to Google and MS Teams, which offer web versions of the meeting interface.
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