LifeSizes Video Center Introduces Mobile HD Video Streaming

By Jim Vassallo
Updated: February 25, 2011

LifeSizes Video Center Introduces Mobile HD Video Streaming

The brand new LifeSize Video Center allows users to view video and interact via video when not all team members are in one spot. The basic feature of the new release is Mobile HD video streaming. You can stream live video in HD quality, whether it is pre-recorded video or live video, for all members of your team to see. The other features offered by the new release include the following:

  • Streaming for Mobile products: you can access HD video from your mobile devices such as cell phones, PDAs, iPads and iPhones when out of the office. The mobile products must be connected to Wi-Fi in order to access the native Web browser, which does not require additional software to be installed for operation.
  • Automatic Adaptive Screening: this feature allows you to view videos at optimal speeds and quality no matter how bad the bandwidth is where the viewing is taking place.
  • Network Storage: there are no additional fees for video storage, which is almost endless, making it easier for companies to store as many video files as possible when necessary.
  • API: this feature allows companies to integrate the system with their intranet or their Learning Management System (LMS). This permits companies with the ability to customize the video streaming to their own liking.

http://www.lifesize.com/Company/News_and_Events/Press_Releases/2011/20110215_LifeSize_Video_Center_Mobile_Streaming.aspx

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