Winnov Launches Hardware Trade-in Program to Future-proof End Users with Open Video Capture Technology

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End users with lecture capture deployments of obsolete or under-performing hardware are eligible to trade in their equipment for the latest Cbox models

SANTA CLARA, CA, USA, January 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ – Winnov, the technology leader in presentation and lecture capture solutions, has launched a program that enables organizations with deployments of obsolete or under-performing lecture capture hardware to trade in their existing equipment for purchase credit toward the latest generation of Winnov  Continue Reading →

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Winnov Newsletter – November 2012 Edition

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Embracing Openness in the World of Streaming

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Everything you need to know about the future of enterprise streaming can be learned on any kindergarten playground: As any teacher will tell you, it’s nice to play well with others.

Technology vendors today are embracing this “play-nice” behavior as they update their solutions to enable the streaming video workflow for business users. As it turns out, cooperation ...

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Winnov Newsletter – October 2012 Edition

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Fire-and-Forget Video Production

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Creating streaming video can be such a hassle sometimes.

Setting up cameras. Adjusting audio feeds. Getting the lighting just right. There’s a lot of work that goes into making presenters look presentable. Indeed, it’s fair to say that one of the biggest barriers to getting organizations to use video more frequently is the sheer challenge that can be associated with creating quality video content ...

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Winnov Newsletter – July 2012 Edition

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Don’t Be a Victim of Murphy’s Law

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

When it comes to capturing live events for online distribution, Murphy’s Law reigns supreme.

Something absolutely, positively will go wrong when you’re trying to capture a live event and distribute it online. Perhaps your on-site camera won’t have the right connections to plug into the video encoder. Maybe the feed from the room’s audio system is not right for your system. In some ...

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