Icron Technologies is the global leader in extending USB and HD video extension solutions. We often use their solutions in tandem with our Video Conferencing and Live Streaming cameras, so we wanted to ask Icron a little more about what they offer and who is using these solutions. We interviewed Thomas Schultz, the business manager at Icron, let us know what you think of the interview in the comments below!
We had the opportunity to interview Doug Lawes from Keys Vineyard Community Church (Check out Their Website Here) about their live streaming system. They have been streaming their church services since 2009, and have watched as their following has grown as well as their streaming quality. After checking out a few of their videos, I'm not surprised at all that people like to tune in even when they can't make it to church as Doug puts on incredible concerts with different camera angles, great lighting, and a fun upbeat feel.
Our 9th ConferenceCast Episode is all about PTZ Camera Control. We talked with the CIO of Rocosoft, Arthur Kharit about what makes their PTZ Control Software some of the best on the market. We love Rocosoft for reliability, ease of use, and their many great features. Learn more below and make sure to subscribe to ConferenceCast on iTunes!
HuddleCamHD offers one of the most affordable Video Conferencing Hardware lines on the market without sacrificing quality and features. We got Matthew Davis the Product Manager at HuddleCamHD to tell us about how they got into the conference hardware world, the great products they provide, and the exciting new products to come. Listen now on ConferenceCast.
Facebook Live and Youtube Live are both valuable tools to reach large audiences with your live stream. While we highly suggest streaming to both platforms simultaneously, we also wanted to take a look at the features of each in a side by side comparison. Our experience live streaming has been nothing but positive yet the platforms are quite different. In this visual blog, we will share the key differences in each platform and encourage our audience to use both services effectively.
We recently had the opportunity recently to ask Gloria Kai, from Magewell a few questions. We were unable to have a live interview, but Gloria was kind enough to record her answers for this podcast. Gloria is the marketing manager at Magewell, English is a second language for Gloria, but she studied abroad during college in Australia and she has an excellent handle on the language, as I think you'll hear in this interview. So, for those of you unfamiliar with Magewell, they manufacture video capture devices. Our customers mainly use them for live streaming productions, but also, video conferencing and a lot more. I asked Gloria to tell us a bit about the history of Magewell company.
The huddle room is becoming such a common term that even people outside of the AV world are starting to take notice. The open-office trend has taken over offices country-wide and yet is leaving businesses with less and less space for private meetings. Companies once thought one large conference room was enough for the whole office, but according the Wall Street Journal, “Some 73% of meetings involve only two to four people, but 53% of conference-room space is built for meetings of seven or more” and businesses are ready to solve the conference room ratio issue.
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Zoom Video Communications seems to be dominating the world of video conferencing with lovers of the platform using over 39 billion meeting minutes a year. We wanted to find out their story and see what it is that makes people choose Zoom over the multitude of other options. Listen as Laura Padilla shares Zoom's Past, Present, and Future on ConferenceCast.