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New from ReadyTalk - Video Conferencing for Collaborative Meetings

Posted by Paul Carollo on
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Be a more effective collaborator with integrated web, audio and video conferencing.

It’s an exciting day at ReadyTalk; today we launched video conferencing giving customers the ability to increase engagement and create a stronger personal connection with  colleagues through video. This new feature is an easy-to-use addition to the meeting experience and excellent for bringing a face to virtual meetings, trainings and interviews.

ReadyTalk video conferencing provides:

  • Four simultaneous video conferencing feeds which can be shared by chairpersons, co-presenters or participants.
  • Included in your existing web conferencing subscription at no extra charge.
  • 25 participant capacity for viewing the video feeds.
  • Participants can share their own video when a slot becomes available.
  • Chairpersons and co-presenters can actively manage the shared video feeds.
  • Video feeds are shared in a film strip next to your web conference content.

Have a look at ReadyTalk video conferencing.

We will be enabling video conferencing on ReadyTalk access codes throughout the week.  By the end of the week, all customers will have the ability to use this new feature..

Want more? Check out this cool video about the benefits of video conferencing with ReadyTalk.  Feel free to follow the link for more information on video conferencing.

How will video conferencing benefit your collaboration? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

 


Name: Elisabeth Cornell
Time: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Do you know if SAMA (Strategic Account Management Assn) will have this feature before Friday? We have a conference call on Friday for which this would be great. Thanks.

Name: Paul Carollo
Time: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hi Elisabeth,

Your access code was enabled this morning so you should have the new video conferencing features. Please let us know if you have any questions at all. Thanks for reaching out!

Name: Janice Branham
Time: Thursday, April 11, 2013

We looked at doing this with Skype and were considered we did not have enough bandwidth to support it. What are the requirements?

Name: Paul Carollo
Time: Friday, April 12, 2013

Hi Janice,

Each individual video stream consumes around 350 kbps (kilobytes per second) so it is not a very bandwidth intensive application. Of course, a faster connection is always preferable but we encourage you to test the feature out and see if it will work in your office.

Thanks - Paul Carollo

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