Found it. Actually much easier than I thought - if only I would read the documentation!
There is a videodisplay parameter called "RotationX, RotationY, and RotationZ" which works.
My history with JabberCam:
Monday (AM), Jan. 17, 2011: Purchased JabberCam with full source.
Monday (PM), Jan. 17, 2011: Received links to download package.
From then to now (Jan. 20, 2011):
Installed raw installation to a test directory on my site - SUCCESSFUL
Imported project source into Flash Builder 4 - SUCCESSFUL
Made LOTS of customizations - SUCCESSFUL
Tested modifications - SUCCESSFUL
Protected swf file from disassembly - SUCCESSFUL
All in less than 1 week, including PHP and other changes. I was a little skeptical because of a negative experience with a scam clone site but JabberCam delivered as promise - working FULL sources/project. Also, the documentation was nice and detailed.
Thanks very much!!!
I think in a P2P mode only the 2 users can see each others cameras and chat - correct me if I'm wrong please.
However, if the connection is via Red5, can P2P be avoided and be forced into RTMP mode?
If so, would other users going to the web page be able to watch the 2 video screens (and hear the audio) and participate in the chat area even if they are not using their camera?
If not, what would be involved to change the JabberCam to do this - a sort of conference mode?
I would like to view the chat roulette between 2 people - is this possible? Each cam area would be assigned the p2p connection so would I be able to view both cams?
If not with p2p, how about if the connection is via Red5?
In other words - it would act like a conference except the 3rd person would be able to text chat but only view the 2 cameras. Sort of like a conference mode?