Request an on-demand version of this webinar and learn what to look for when choosing a lecture capture appliance. Get everything you need including: reliability, simple integration, affordability and interoperability in one standalone network appliance and tackle the ever increasing lecture capture demands in higher education.
"Matrox MC-100 builds in several features in a single box so saves space, cabling and of course money. Our hardware has to be flexible and reliable to match up with every video stream and workflow we face. We appreciate the cutting edge technology of MC-100, being 3D and 3G ready it's clear that Matrox products are looking to the future."
Carlo Lisa, Director of Sales & Business Development, Deltatre
“Shuttle and Matrox demonstrate brilliantly what a Shuttle XPC is really capable of. Our R81710M, combined with a Matrox C900 card is the ideal blend of performance, flexibility and value. This bundle is perfect for installations in retail, corporate, entertainment, and hospitality environments as well as video walls in security, process control, and transportation.”
Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing, Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH
“When we moved to our new engineering facility, we wanted to upgrade to an all-in-solution. The Monarch HD encoder makes it possible to have a recording completely ready to go and at our disposal as soon as the lecture is over. It simplifies streaming and archiving, and offers tremendous flexibility.”
Joshua Brown, Multimedia Production Engineer, Purdue University
This guide details five common scenarios in which dedicated lecture capture hardware appliances offer an ideal solution for the educational market. Read on for an outline of fundamental questions on this topic, and an illustration of the pros, cons, and considerations for next-generation lecture capture solutions.
“Maevex looked like a winner from the moment we learned about it. Having now evaluated multiple encoders and decoders working together, we haven’t changed our mind. We were particularly impressed by the image quality and the stability.”
Barry Thurston, Chairman of Beaver Group
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“We made a wise decision by going with Matrox. As hardware encoders go, we could have spent a lot more for far less capability. We bought a single Monarch HDX to see how well it would work for our application. It was fantastic, so we immediately made plans to purchase two more so we could really stream video the way we envisioned. Now we have the capability to send multiple video streams from anywhere on or off-campus.”
Darren Gould, AVL Specialist, John Brown University
Watch the recorded webinar for a complete product demonstration and tips and tricks to help you make the most of your computer-based content in broadcast and live event applications. Get all your questions answered.