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Create a webcast within minutes and stream it to single users or a public audience. Ondemand or Live — with simplex Pro and the simplex Platform you have a complete solution out of one hand.
A classic webcast often contains a video and a presentation. With simplex Pro you are able to produce professional webcasts without any experience or special requirements right in your office, and transmit it as a live or on-demand streaming to your target audience.
In a webcast with presentation inserted, the video and the current page of the presentation are shown simultaneously and synchronously during the whole session.
When viewing in fullscreen, the speaker is displayed in an arbitrary area on the player as a small window.
With a single click, the two windows are swapped, and shows prominently either the video or the current presentation page. This can be changed individually by each viewer directly in the player. If you switch off the video from the production side, the remaining part of the webcast is automatically shown in fullscreen.
A webcast is an internally produced program, published on the Internet. It doesn’t matter if you use a webcam or professional equipment for the production, or whether it’s within the Intranet, integrated in a public web site, or as a separate link, or whether individual viewers inside your organization or people around the world are watching, the principle of a webcast is always the same: A message is transmitted to the audience through video.
With simplex Pro, a webcast is beyond just videos. A number of valuable features complement the audio-visual experience. Add value to your communication and enrich your videos with additional informations. Depending on the application, the following items are useful:
Enter the name and function of each speaker as a lower third, and determine how long it will remain visible.
Capture different languages directly in simplex Pro as subtitles or import existing SRT records.
Include the complete presentation in advance for later download. During the webcast, you will have full attention of the audience.
With additional links, you don't need to pack the complete information into the presentation, but can ask the audience to visit the links for a deeper insight.
Insert chapters in an on-demand version, to allow the viewer to jump directly to a certain slide or topic . The presentation and the video always remain in sync.
In a live stream, allow your viewers to ask questions in a chat window. Moderation is on request, so only you determine which questions will be released and visible for everyone.
For a direct feedback during a live session, start a survey with given answers to choose from. Decide for yourself whether the result will be published or not.
Thanks to simplex Pro, the production of a complete webcast continues to be simple, easily created in just a few clicks, and guaranteed to have a professional appearance:
You can count on the simplex Platform in the production and processing of your webcast as well as throughout the delivery. Video data is known to require a lot of resources. Webcasts in high resolution often ends in network challenges. This is particularly true in internal structures such as Intranet where it can lead to overloading. To counter this, we force the transmitter not to use any more signals than needed, through following methods:
To enable the receiver to access a media as quickly as possible, a node can be formed by caching, where multiple requests are bundled and simulates only a single access on the server. Simplex supports this process with the leading technology of caching boxes. They come for both on-demand and Live.
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