New version of REC.VC released.
Media Network Services (MNS), a global provider of value added cloud applications and network services for visual collaboration, today announced that a new version of REC.VC has been released. Users can with the new version record and stream video and desktop content to any device, directly from Google Chrome using e.g. any Logitech ConferenceCam.
â€œOne year ago we revolutionized recording and streaming for video conferencing endpoints and virtual meeting rooms by making it easy, affordable and available in the cloud. Today we are proud to give the same one-click recording and streaming capability and experience to anyone with Google Chrome and a connected or integrated camera, â€œ says Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances at MNS.
REC.VC supported use cases range from recording of internal meetings, trainings, and recruitments, to live streaming of town hall meetings, customer events and quarterly financial presentations.
â€œWe are pleased that MNS has joined the Logitech Collaboration Programâ€ said Scott Wharton, general manager of Logitechâ€™s video collaboration group. â€œMNS’ integration of REC.VC with Logitech ConferenceCams is designed to offer our joint customers simple and affordable recording and streaming for their video meetings.â€
REC.VC is leveraging the WebRTC framework to enable in-browser recording and streaming without plugins or third-party software download.
REC.VC is available as a cloud service with organization-wide subscription starting as low as $99 per month. 14 day free trial is available at www.rec.vc.
See also REC.VC User Help for additional information.
Media Network Services (MNS) is a global provider of value added cloud applications for Visual Collaboration (VC). Products and services include QoS.VC the global network platform for VC, REC.VC Global Recording and Streaming Cloud Service, and IVR.VC Global Video IVR. See www.mns.vc for further details.
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