What is the best way to install video conferencing for a conference room?
I have a old Victorian house (8000 sq. ft.) multiple office conversion that I would like to add video conferencing abilities the conference rooms, there will be 2 conferencing rooms, one on the third floor and one on the first floor. The one room is roughly 20 by 35 and the other is 16 by 25. Is a projector better than a LCD Displays, Is there a system that reasonable priced and offers enough features. Thank you.
I like LCD better. You need to decide if you’re going to put blackout drapes in the room as sun coming in the window will wash out your display. If you don’t want to pay for blackout drapes – then make sure whatever you choose it will be bright enough to see well with what light does come into the room. Second and perhaps more important is the sound system. Be sure to choose quality microphones that pick up sound well and transmit as much frequency as possible of peoples’ speech. You want to avoid losing the emotion/intonation as that is very important information. And get good speakers.
What is the right projector for video conferencing in an educational institute?
We are an educational institute and need to set up a video conferencing unit for VC classes. Our budget for the projector is Rs.50,000. What is the best projector that would suit our requirement? Room size is 17 ft by 10ft and will seat around 20 people.
You can invest in your own video conferencing equipment. But a less expensive option would be to utilize the services of a video conference service provider. You can save on costs without compromising on picture/sound quality. Check out the conference call service providers in your city for more information.
What is the best Video conferencing system without spending a small fortune?
Polycom and Tandberg are both so pricey. I am looking for a camera that is a step above a web cam but not a fully integrated Video Web Conferencing System. Something that will work with my Adobe Connect or Breeze? Please help this research is getting out of hand.
Other than setting up an Camcorder via a video connection on your computer the best your going to get is may be a high end web cam. It will run on Connect because all you have to do is change the video source. The link below gives you some information about using a camcorder.
What is the best & most cost efficient video-conferencing software for a small business?
Our company is very small, and would like to look into video conferencing. What are some good options to look at? We would be using it primarily for a one to many situation, one host (with a camera) and many participants (with cameras). We received a demo of adobe connect pro, and liked it very much, but it was a bit out of our price range.
We are also a small company and we do online presentations for our prospective clients. We use GoToMeeting and it is EXTREMELY cost effective. The drawback in your case will be that you cannot do video conferencing within the application. What you’ll have to do is use a third-party camera viewer open at the same time. GoToMeeting is very easy to use and they offer a 30-day trial, so I would give it a try. Good luck!
What are the optimum computer components for video conferencing?
My mother has a Dell computer with a speed of (I’m guessing) 1 gigahz. It is about 4 to 5 years old. Is this good enough for viewing video conferencing with a broadband IP? She can’t travel and I am undergoing chemo treatments. This and other factors has resulted in a 2 years since I have seen her. I suspect it doesn’t have much of a video card and probably 250 to 500 meg memory. So where is it best to optimize the video conferencing components: memory, or video card, or cpu speed? I don’t have much money to spend on it being upgraded.
It will be fine ,dear.
But both use the same upgraded messenger:or Yahoo’s latest version.Or windows live messenger,Just plug in a web cam,and Bob is your uncle.If you both use different versions some items will not work,so first get the same version of the messenger.Easy download cost nothing.
Best is web cam plus sound of course need no typing and you can focus on talking.I wish you the best with the chemo.Hope it turns out good for you.
I can recommend the stuff from :Creative:easy to install and use.
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