Posts Tagged 'remote'

Command Center 2.2 Has Arrived!

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We’re excited to announce the latest release of Winnov Command Center, our deployment monitoring and management software!  Command Center 2.2 includes minor and major enhancements to improve live production workflows and lecture capture deployments.

What’s New?

Panopto Live Streaming

Now you can live stream from Winnov Cbox systems directly to Panopto’s cloud-based video platform. Users have the flexibility to create a live webcast right from Command Center or select an existing session from ...

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Winnov Newsletter – June & July 2015 Edition

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Classroom Capture: It’s Good to Have Someone Watching Over Your Shoulder

By: Steve Vonder Haar

It never hurts to have a watchful eye looking over your shoulder.

This maxim may seem outdated in today’s video-enriched classroom, where lecture capture systems have become so simple that even the most technology adverse professors can easily initiate the recording of an in-class presentation for later viewing.

Video in the classroom has not always been this straightforward. Recall the traditional process of recording video in a learning environment. ...

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Classroom Capture: It’s Good to Have Someone Watching Over Your Shoulder

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

It never hurts to have a watchful eye looking over your shoulder.

This maxim may seem outdated in today’s video-enriched classroom, where lecture capture systems have become so simple that even the most technology adverse professors can easily initiate the recording of an in-class presentation for later viewing.

Video in the classroom has not always been this straightforward. Recall the traditional process of recording video in a learning environment. In a big classroom, a technician would sit in a ...

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Don’t Be a Victim of Murphy’s Law

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By Steve Vonder Haar

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 cases, connections to the Internet may simply be faulty, ...

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