Now boardroom and classroom audiences can enjoy HD-quality presentations, photos and videos.
According to a press release, VBrick’s (News - Alert) next generation Rich Media Studio (RMS) and Rich Media Desktop (RMD) products, allows anyone to create high quality video content by mixing multiple live camera inputs, computer screen output, and audio with simple point-and-click or touch-screen interface. Vbrick will be showcasing these at the upcoming Streaming Media East Conference, May 15-16 at the Hilton, NYC.
VBrick's RMS appliance family and RMD desktop software combine the capabilities of a video encoder (supports up to 4 different camera feeds), a switcher and rich media inputs for desktop capture. They can be used for creating sophisticated professional video productions without requiring lot of equipment and cameramen. With its three hardware/software platforms as well as a standalone software solution; customers can easily choose the appropriate level of functionality and value for their application.
"Visit any classroom or college campus and you are likely to see students viewing and sharing video on their tablets and smartphones. Visit your favorite company website or Intranet and you'll likely see more video; reinforcing a company's mission and brand, offering training, delivering product announcements and more. As the demand for video-based information has exploded, there is a need to create richer content without having to engage production staff or incur production costs," said John Shaw, chief operating officer at VBrick. "With today's announcement, VBrick flattens the barriers to professional grade content creation."
Some of the enhancements made to Rich Media Studio include, full support for 1080p HD quality input and output and touchscreen for ease of use. It supports multiple viewing devices such as PC/Macs, tablets, smartphones or TVs. It supports more file formats for mobile devices and provides an iOS control capability to the broadcast control interface
New capabilities added to RMD product lines include, Multiple Operating System Support. It now provides Collaborative Conferencing at a better price compared to desktop sharing applications such as WebEx.
Edited by Brooke Neuman