The Digital Reality 2013 Conference hosted by NJEdge.Net is taking place November 20 – 22 at the Crowne Plaza Princeton in Plainsboro, New Jersey.
Digital Reality. What is it?
Is it tried and true best practices; the use of iPad; Online, on-ground, hybrid; home-grown applications; Open sources; virtualization; Big Data; mass storage; authentication; load balancing; Assessment; Grid Computing; policy integration and governance and timely policy integration; digital media; library transformation? Or is digital MOOC going to turn Higher education into a new ...
As much as we would like to think otherwise, there is no free lunch in the world of online video.
Yes, it would be wonderful to tap into technology that makes it possible to wave a magic wand and make all of our video distribution troubles disappear. Maybe you’d even have time left over in your day to have a friend take you out to a long, leisurely lunch. Unfortunately, that’s ...
Come join colleagues and higher education IT leaders October 15 – 18 at EDUCAUSE 2013 in Anaheim, California. Share interests, perspectives and insights about the higher education landscape and the latest technologies.
Visit Winnov at Booth# 211 for a demo of Cbox, the advanced lecture capture solution, and learn how you can easily record lectures and produce enhanced learning experiences for students.
Meeting the demand for simplified webcast production has been the holy grail for streaming technology developers for years.
Leading vendors continually work to boil complex features out of their platform solutions. Indeed, several vendors of webcasting capture appliances seemingly achieved nirvana a couple years back by rolling out systems that allow presenters to record presentations at the push of a single button on the front of the device.
How You Buy a Streaming Solution Can Be Just as Important as What You Buy
By Steve Vonder Haar
The economics of business streaming are changing right before our eyes.
Not so long ago, companies that wanted to deploy streaming technology platforms for their own use had few options to consider when investing in these solutions. In most cases, these organizations would write a big check up-front – sometimes paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in a single shot – to deploy comprehensive ...
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing for and streaming a live-switched production can prove to be much more challenging than capturing a classroom lecture and converting it into content destined for on-demand viewing. Shoot, Switch, Stream explores the steps of the video switching and webcasting workflow and also provides an in-depth look at production personnel, equipment and tools required to produce and deliver a professional live-switched webcast.
Shoot, Switch, Stream is the second installment from the Streaming Media Field Guide series which focuses on specific tasks ...
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.