WebCC is a web server suite that essentially allows you to host your Harmony database on the Internet, letting freelancers and off-site contributors work on your production from any location with Internet access. Users can browse your Harmony database using a web browser, download scenes, work on the downloaded scenes locally using their copy of Harmony, then upload their changes back to the database.
Because it is entirely web-based, WebCC users do not need to be directly connected to the Harmony server nor to have a Harmony Server license to use WebCC. All they need is a web browser, as well as a licensed copy of Harmony Stand Alone to work on the scenes they download.
WebCC can however also be used on machines that are connected to the Harmony database server, as a complement to Control Center. In this case, scenes can be opened directly from WebCC in Harmony, without having to download them first.
Once your WebCC server is set up, users can access it by entering the server's address and, if applicable, its port number, in the address bar of their web browser, and then logging in with their credentials. The user interface of WebCC is very similar to the one of Control Center.
NOTE This guide instructs how to use WebCC as a client. For instruction on how to install and configure WebCC, see About WebCC.