Published By: Quantum
Published Date: Mar 16, 2017
The increasing availability of 4K/ultra-high-definition (UHD)
TVs, computer displays, and cameras is driving the adoption
of new, higher-quality video specifications for video
production. To create more immersive, engaging
experiences, video producers are capturing and generating
content with greater resolution, frame rates, dynamic range,
color depth, and color gamut.
Go ahead. Create and join meetings easily from your computer
or mobile device. Invite participants to share content in
real time. See who you’re talking to. All in a highly secure
This is now reality for government agencies, thanks to Cisco
WebEx® Web Conferencing, a FedRAMP-compliant service.
As a FedRAMP-compliant solution provided by the market
leader in web and video conferencing, Cisco WebEx Web
Conferencing lets you:
• Easily meet face to face with meeting participants from
• See and hear the same information at the same time with
• Collaborate and increase productivity without the need for
• Make meetings more engaging with high-definition (HD)
video, audio, and content sharing
Explore what the market is saying about Video Conferencing, considering the leading manufacturers and latest trends. This whitepaper focuses on the types of systems available in the Video Conferencing market and who the key competitors are. It will also provide observations based on recent straw polls taken from respective IT enterprise leaders.
With any newer technology, there are plenty of misconceptions and concerns about HD video communications. To aid your research and discovery process, we've outlined the five myths we receive most often.
"Help your teams be even more productive. By giving them a secure, reliable connection with high-definition access to the apps and data they need, they'll be able to keep projects moving forward seamlessly — even across low bandwidth or high-latency networks. What's more, IT will be able to manage it all efficiently.
Download our white paper. You'll discover how Citrix Workspace offers a high-definition (HDX) virtualized experience that rivals that of a local PC, and:
- Decreases your demand for bandwidth
- Increases your user density per hosting server
- Supports voice, video, and display—even 3D professional graphics!"
What’s the one thing that could make webinars even better? Presenting in high-definition video.
The benefits of using video in a webinar are numerous, some of which may even surprise you.
This 1080 Group brief shares 7 ways presenter video can help you improve your webinars and impress your audience.
Heightened physical security concerns spanning all industries, coupled with technological advancements is driving the requirement for higher camera resolutions, more fields of view with wider dynamic range and longer storage retention periods.
In this free white paper, learn how it's now possible for wireless local area networks (WLANs) to deliver predictable throughput, reject interference, and generally behave just like Ethernet. Discover how beamforming, a specialized method of antenna-based RF transmission, renders inconsistent performance stable; rejects performance-impeding interference; supports reliability-sensitive applications like real-time voice and high-definition video; and eliminates packet loss, delays, and jitter. Download your copy of this free white paper now.
This study includes an analysis of 11 worldwide enterprise videoconferencing equipment vendors. To qualify for inclusion in this IDC MarketScape study, vendors must offer a portfolio of enterprise-class videoconferencing products, solutions, and services either directly and/or through channel partners.Basic capabilities of the vendor offerings should include support for high-definition (HD) video and audio technology, availability of data collaboration tools and applications for use within a video
session, and the ability to integrate with UC portfolios and business applications, among other criteria.
Published By: Sanbolic
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Today, most video post production for standard-definition content has moved onto disk-based, non-linear editing (NLE) systems. These systems offer improved flexibility over linear, tape-based systems by allowing a workstation fast access to any part of the digital media file.