Library items tagged: CODEC

Manufacturer: LifeSize Model: Icon 600™ Software Version: RM3_1.1.2 Optional Features and Modifications: 1080p                                 Dual Monitor                                                                                                                                     
Evaluation carried out December 2012 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Radvision XT5000 high definition conferencing system is designed to be installed either permanently in a small to medium sized conference room or as part of a Roll-about unit.
Manufacturer: RADVISION, an Avaya company     Model: XT5000 Software Version: Optional Features and modifications: Nine Site Multipoint Conference Unit (MCU) 12 Mbit/s Extended IP Date of Test: 3rd – 7th December 2012
Manufacturer: Cisco    Model: SX20 Quick Set Software Version: 5.1.4 Optional Features and  Modifications: 12x Camera, 4x Camera, Natural Presenter Package, Dual Monitor, Premium Multisite Date of Test: 15th – 19th October 2012
Manufacturer: Cisco      Model: EX60 Software Version: TC 5.0.0 Optional Features and Modifications: Premium Resolution Option                                                                                                                                        Date of Test: 6th – 20th January 2012                                  
The VTAS Service was retired in May 2017. This page will no longer be updated. Codec Summary Table August 2015 This table is a guide to the videoconferencing codec products tested in detail by VTAS. It summarises the key features and hopefully will enable those interested to initially select which particular range of products best fits their needs.
The JANET Videoconferencing Service (JVCS) provides videoconferencing services to the Janet community within the UK. It consists of centralised equipment, a Service Desk and Booking Service to facilitate videoconferences using both ISDN and IP technologies. The service supports point-to-point (one-to-one) and multipoint videoconferences and provides a bridges to allow conferencing between IP and ISDN systems.
Software requirements: A modern web browser Quicktime 6.5 and above Windows Media Player (requires IE and Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7) Java (standard edition) How to Use Live Videoconference Streaming The Streaming feature may be selected when a videoconference is being booked from the Confirm booking page (Step 3 of 3). The conference Booker should click Set conference options and tick the Videoconference streaming tick box.