Aver, a major global provider of presentation/education solutions, security surveillance solutions and video conferencing solutions, today announced the VCBridge, a video conferencing protocol bridge which is the industry's first and only device to incorporate Skype video calls directly into an H.323 multipoint video conference.
With VCBridge, you are able to bring up to 4 Skype users into an H.323 multipoint video conference anytime and anywhere. Skype users can send and receive live video, audio and share content during the video conference with no licensing fees, professional server and additional IP addresses. Shown also at CommunicAsia 2012 are two HD video conferencing systems, the H300 and HVC300.
Positioned as an "all-in-one" solution, the H300 provides a cost-effective way to conduct 4-way H.323 video conferences with its out-of-the-box package comprising the 5-megapixel PTZ camera with 7x optical zoom and HD resolution (720p) at 30fps, microphone and speaker. It also features one-touch recording where you can record your video conferences (video, audio and shared content) directly to a USB flash drive. You can also play back recorded meetings using the H300 system or on your PC via Aver's VCPlayer software.
As a high performance, low-cost 4-site MCU video conferencing system, the HVC330 can link multiple Aver microphones into one daisy chain to enjoy great audio reception. It also supports wireless content sharing where PowerPoint presentations, online content and spreadsheets can be shared during any call with Aver's ScreenShare software. This removes the need for many cables required for traditional content sharing. You can also transfer live images or snapshorts taken with your iPad, iPhone or Android phone to participants in the video conference with Aver's VCLink mobile app.