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Winnov Newsletter – June 2013 Edition

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Leveraging Software and APIs to Extend Automation

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

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 hands of average users hit the market more than a quarter-century ago.

In short, tons of folks have the tools and skills now to put together documents that would have been within the reach of only the best graphic designers 30 years ago. It is important to keep this history of desktop publishing in mind when we think about the future of webcasting and streaming video.

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Cbox Makes Content Creation Easier

Automated Content Creation

 

 

 

 

 

 

To simplify the content creation workflow, Cbox can be automated in a number of ways.

The system can be operated “headlessly” to automatically capture and publish content with its recording scheduler and auto-publishing options. These features are useful in classrooms, conference rooms and other environments where lectures, presentations and meetings regularly take place. In use cases such as these, the process is completely hands-off and Cbox is transparent to the presenter and audience.

Even with automated content capture and publishing, Cbox still takes advantage of its switching, mixing and Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera control capabilities. External triggers can switch among presets eliminating the need to manually select them. Using external triggers in conjunction with Cbox, presenters can deliver a presentation while Cbox handles the switching and mixing.

 

 

InfoComm 2013

InfoComm 2013 is taking place June 8 – 14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.

Come experience the smart classroom and conference room of the future with Winnov’s flexible and automated lecture capture and webcasting solutions. Visit Booth# 1969 to learn how you can simplify rich content capture and creation.

Don’t forget to grab a free giveaway when you stop by. Also, for each exhibit day, be the first to mention that you’re a Winnov newsletter subscriber and receive a special giveaway!

Can’t attend InfoComm but want to learn more about Cbox? No problem. Just click on the button below.

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