Video conferencing technology makes it possible to meet with someone in another room, another building, or another country as if they were sitting on the other side of the table.
And while it was the first application many organizations found for video, it’s now proving to be a gateway to using the technology for even greater ROI — which is where video platforms come in.
“Web conferencing,” meanwhile, referred to a less formal, desktop-and-webcam system that prioritized sharing on-screen content for presentations and webinars, with the presenter’s webcam video as an optional supporting element.
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Video Pod in Adobe Connect allows Hosts and Presenters to share a webcam video feed with the participants to make the virtual sessions more engaging and useful.
Adobe Connect supports a myriad video sharing options.
Video feeds in a meeting are displayed in the Video pod in either Filmstrip layout and Grid layout.
Hosts, Presenters, and participants with enhanced video rights can set a video feed as the primary video from among all the video feeds.