Cbox Extends Automation and Enhances Content with External Triggers

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Learn how Cbox leverages its open APIs, integrated switching, mixing, scaling and pan-tilt-zoom camera control capabilities to capture and produce enhanced content for viewers. Using external triggers in conjunction with Cbox, presenters can deliver a presentation as they normally would while enriching content automatically.

For more information about Cbox or to request a personal demo, please call 888-315-9460 or email us at info@winnov.com

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Removing Human Error from the Content Capture Workflow

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

When designing a streaming solution, it’s not a bad idea to know a thing or two about human nature.

Truth be told, many of us are absent-minded. Others don’t want to mess up their day fiddling with hard-to-use technology. And still others are just plain lazy.

There’s nothing wrong with that, of course. We all have our own shortcomings. Unfortunately, the success of a significant streaming investment may just boil down to designing a solution around our common failings.

In ...

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Removing Human Error from the Content Capture Workflow

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

When designing a streaming solution, it’s not a bad idea to know a thing or two about human nature.

Truth be told, many of us are absent-minded. Others don’t want to mess up their day fiddling with hard-to-use technology. And still others are just plain lazy.

There’s nothing wrong with that, of course. We all have our own shortcomings. Unfortunately, the success of a significant streaming investment may just boil down to designing a solution around our common failings.

In ...

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Leveraging Software and APIs to Extend Automation

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Good software has made it easy for all of us to take good graphic design for granted.

Even the most basic publishing tools make it easy to weave text, photos and graphics together to create great-looking brochures, white papers and other documents.

Of course, we all should be more than accustomed to seeing documents that blend multiple inputs into a single effective messaging vehicle. After all, the first mainstream “desktop publishing” software that put advanced design capabilities into the ...

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Leveraging Software and APIs to Extend Automation

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Good software has made it easy for all of us to take good graphic design for granted.

Even the most basic publishing tools make it easy to weave text, photos and graphics together to create great-looking brochures, white papers and other documents.

Of course, we all should be more than accustomed to seeing documents that blend multiple inputs into a single effective messaging vehicle. After all, the first mainstream “desktop publishing” software that put advanced design capabilities into the ...

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Searching for the Right Webcasting Solution Can Make End Users Feel Like Goldilocks

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Goldilocks must have grown up to be a video engineer.

At least that’s all one can surmise in scanning the set of video capture devices and software available to organizations looking to produce and distribute more business-oriented rich media content via streaming platforms.

Just as Goldilocks discovered in her encounters with The Three Bears, you may have to do some experimenting  before settling on a solution that is “just right.”

Certainly, most people who have worked on creating video content ...

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Enriching the Natural Habitat for Executives with Webcasting

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

When I was a kid, I never liked going to the zoo.

I hated to see animals in the concrete cages, seemingly locked in a prison. It didn’t seem right to me that they should sacrifice their life and preferred surroundings just to entertain bratty kids like me.

So, perhaps it’s not surprising that today I sometimes still wince when I see kings of the corporate jungle pushed outside their natural habitat to deliver streaming video messages to key ...

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HB Group Uses Cbox to Capture and Stream Corporate and Higher Education Events

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Founded in 1988, HB Group, Inc. effectively designs and delivers creative technical solutions to improve live events for clients all over the U.S. and enhances audience engagement through the use of video, sound and lighting with the best technical staff in the industry. For over 20 years, the Company has been offering a wide range of AV equipment rentals and technical production solutions for events, corporate meetings, concerts, festivals, campus events, receptions and any gathering that can be enhanced with ...

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Streaming Video is Busting Free…

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By Steve Vonder Haar

Streaming video is busting free from its spot on the corporate island.

At times in years past, vendors of webcasting technologies would be justified in feeling a bit left out of some big market opportunities when dealing with their little corner of the business communications landscape. After all, while many executives love webcasting to convey engaging messages to large target audiences online, a large percentage of organizations treat online video more as a venue ...

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Content Management: A Vital Element of the Streaming Video Workflow

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Libraries don’t do you much good when the books are scattered all over the floor. After all, if you have to sort through thousands of volumes every time you want to find a single piece of information, it defeats the purpose of having a content archive in the first place.

We build libraries so that we can retrieve knowledge quickly. Without systems in place to direct us to the information we need, ...

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