As organisations get larger (and more distributed) it becomes virtually impossible to ensure the presence of all key members in different types of important group interactions.
But a new set of videoconferencing and recording technologies make it possible for members to participate in these events from remote locations or by viewing them a later point of time.
This is especially important in certain types of events which are unlikely/inconvenient to replicate, such as:
Town hall meetings involving several branches of an organisation
Shareholder conferences which may be useful to many people other than key participants
Training sessions where all the intended participants are not at one location
Live speaker events, like lectures held in auditoriums, that a wide audience may want to view
or when recording of key meetings is necessary as a matter of record of critical decisions
Extron’s SMP-351 H.264 Streaming Media Processor is one of the products that makes all of this possible by capturing and distributing live AV sources and presentations. This is a streaming media processor which allows the combining of several AV sources while live streaming or recording, to deliver high quality presentations.
Some key features of this device include:
Record up to two high resolution AV signals with metadata and a background image in blended source layouts
Record and stream simultaneously — to document presentations and extend live streaming to overflow rooms or media servers
Produces MP4 media files that are compatible with virtually any software or hardware media player
Save your recordings to internal storage, USB or network directory
Stream concurrently at two resolutions and bit rates — for high and low bandwidth performance
Easy to configure and operate from the front panel or external control system
For more information on how you can implement a video recording and streaming system in your organisation, please contact Actis at 022-30808000 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org