Webcasting Versus Video Conferencing

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A California State Government Agency recently asked us to compare video conferencing with webcasting and to demonstrate certain capabilities that differentiate the two. We thought that we would share some of this with you.

What are the latest features in Webcasting Technology? What Kind of Interaction and Screen displays are possible?

Webcasting, unlike video conferencing is more like watching television than conducting interactive events with scores of participants. However interactive webcasting (as apart from video conferencing) is available and has been implemented ...

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Tips for Video Broadcasting Your Event

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Why does a home video camera cost $300-$600 dollars and a professional video camera cost $10,000-$25,000? Simply put, a professional video camera is designed with much higher quality optics, sensitivity, controls, and resolution. Home video cameras sacrifice quality for versatility… home video cameras operate well in many different lighting conditions. Professional Video Cameras produce very high quality images, but require better control over and usually more lighting, like you would find in a broadcast studio. The numbers of cameras, their ...

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