The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea city uses a Monarch HDX H.264 encoder to deliver great-quality live webcasts of council meetings to its highly engaged, involved citizens.
A massive ate-of-the-art technology installation and integration project allows UCLA’s Dr. William M.W. Mong Memorial Learning Center Auditorium to fit a number of uses, from lectures to faculty meetings.
Matrox and Kaltura enhance Indiana University’s learning experience by combining an easy to use schedulable lecture capture appliance with powerful video management system.
In order for online learning to give students an effective online education, schools and colleges need to invest in lecture capture solutions. According to Joseph Cilli, the answer as to why schools are moving to online learning is obvious – students want it. Cilli, the director of distance learning at Florida International University (FIU), says […]
BTX Technologies recently announced the company will strengthen its capture, streaming and VOD capabilities with the expansion of the Reach product line and the addition of Carl D’Agostino to the staff as AV over IP business manager. Reach offers video encoding, live streaming and VOD distribution from either a single appliance or using a system-wide […]
Monarch LCS is designed to allow administrators to easily define profiles for live streamed and recorded lectures by mixing camera and presentation material from SDI and HDMI sources.
A natural evolution of class capture, streaming allows integrators to interface with the class scheduling system and send the lecture capture file to a number of places, truly duplicating the expensive distance learning systems of the 90s.
Learn the best strategy for choosing a lecture capture appliance from Francesco Scartozzi and Dan Maloney with this webinar on July 27th.
The new Matrox Monarch LCS advanced lecture capture solutions was introduced at InfoComm 2016, giving higher education institutions a strong, intuitive solution that gives control to the student.
Streaming video is disrupting higher ed and fomenting the MOOC revolution. But the MOOC revolution is a good thing and streaming video is here to stay.