Video Collaboration Recording Services announced for Video Conferencing & Collaboration

VideoCentric add Multipoint, Local & Event Recording Services to the VideoCloud Portfolio

Online PR News – 05-June-2013 – Reading – VideoCentric, the UK’s leading Video Conferencing integrator, have today launched their VideoCloud Recording services designed for organisations who wish to capture & share their video collaboration sessions.

The VideoCloud Recording Service is designed for users who wish to easily and frequently record meetings and presentations, and enables users to record all parties in a multipoint video conference, then make the recordings “on-demand” to be easily accessible from any location, without the need to own their own Recording Server. The VideoCloud Recording Service also offers a local recording service, designed for capturing a video conference or collaboration session for future training and education purposes.

Also launched into the VideoCloud Portfolio is the VideoCloud Event Recording Service, specifically designed for users who wish to record all video parties attending a specific event or seminar, such as a product launch or summit, award ceremonies or business executive announcements. The VideoCloud Event Recording Service is offered as a single one-day event package and does not require any subscription to the VideoCloud.

VideoCentric have also launched an Event Practice Service for organisations who are holding a practise event in days prior to the main event, and special Recording options for those customers already subscribed to a VideoCloud Virtual Room.

All of the Recording Services launched by VideoCentric capture video, audio, data, charts and images in HD and offer a simple “one button” press to start recording up to 24 video endpoints, including all standards based video conferencing systems, ISDN, Microsoft Lync users, web attendees and Skype.