Winnov Newsletter – July 2016

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Winnov recently unveiled a new addition to our family of Cbox HD capture and streaming solutions at InfoComm16.

Introducing Cbox S3 Plus, the big brother of the Cbox S3, does everything the S3 can with the added power boost you might need for creating additional independent archives and live streams. Cbox S3 Plus tackles demanding recording and streaming requirements – capturing up to 5 HD inputs simultaneously.

Video Recap of InfoComm16 Announcements

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Winnov Newsletter – June / July 2014 Edition

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The Big Bang Theory in Education

By: Alan D. Greenberg

If you want to know about the future of technology in education, it may pay to take a step back and re-visit what you know about The Big Bang Theory.

Whether you are familiar with the physics world and the concept that the universe was created billions of years ago, or watch the highly-rated TV show about a bunch of oddball science-oriented geeks trying to make it in ...

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Winnov Newsletter – July 2013 Edition

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Removing Human Error From the Content Capture Workflow

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 ...

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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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