How does this work?
Performers can start live webcam rooms and clients can see list of live webcams with snapshots on an site page.
Private Show: Client goes to selected performer’s room (public chat with live performer video) and requests a private show with the dedicated, simple to use Show button.
If performer accepts, performer hides from public chat and goes with client to private chat for a paid private show.
Performer can also reject requests or toggle his status to reject all requests automatically or hide.
Group PPV: Performer can also start room in paid group mode. All users that enter get charged per minute after a grace time. Group cost per minute can be seen in listings and in room when accessing. Admins can define multiple custom group modes (ex: free, paid, special) with different cost per minute and special user modes.
2 Way Mode: A limited number of users can start their webcams during group chat (for easier communication with performer). Only performer can see their stream and they have to pay extra for this privilege. Publishing webcams involves extra server streaming load.
Configure 2 way slots cost per minute for users in 2 way mode.
Voyeur Mode: Users can watch performers without participating in chat. Also their username during live session is obfuscated. Performer does not know at live name of user who is watching as voyeur, but voyeur username shows in transactions section, after session. Great for clients that want to participate in public sessions but don’t want to interact.
Admins can configure cost per minute for users watching as voyeur. Voyeur modes can also be enabled for private shows (so performers pay to see performer private show).
Pay Per Minute Videochat
The pay per minute (PPM) rate for private shows can be configured on a per host basis between limits set by administrator (minimum and maximum cost per minute). Administrator can also disable this feature and configure a default cost per minute (CPM) for all private shows.
Administrator can also set custom CPM for each performer by quick editing webcams from backend.
Solution also allows configuring a grace time, meaning a number of warmup seconds provided for free before paid show starts.
For group paid modes, administrators configure different modes with custom cost per minute. When going live, performer can select desired mode (and cost per minute) for options list.