"SPX Graphics for Zoom" vs "SPX"
What are the similarities and differences
SPX Graphics for Zoom is a Zoom App, that runs as a web app inside a desktop Zoom client for creating graphics and overlays in Zoom meetings. The SPX Graphics Controller on the other hand is typically running locally as an application and uses the filesystem and other local computer resources..
|Application feature||SPX||SPX for Zoom|
|Software license||Open Source, MIT-license||Proprietary|
|Environment||Desktop (PC, Mac, Linux)||Zoom Desktop Client|
|Cloud application||Can be virtualized||Full web app|
|Can I create my own templates?||Yes, installed to the local filesystem||Not yourself.|
|Price||Free||Free version with animated, occasional watermark. The pro version does not have a watermark and enables more customization, such as using own logos.|
|Projects and rundowns||Unlimited||None. Up to 10 graphics available in the UI|
|SPX Store||Templates, template packs, and extensions are available||Two product categories: "Base Designs" and "Additional Templates"|
|Graphics output||HTML source for compatible switchers||Zoom client's camera view|
|External controls||API||Keyboard shortcuts for enabling and disabling Base Layers|
|Data sources||Manual entry, API, feeds, files, databases, social, spreadsheets, etc||Manual entry, Zoom API|