Web conferencing is a form of real-time communications (RTC) in which multiple computer users, all connected to the Internet, see the same screen at all times in their Web browsers.
Some Web conferencing systems include features such as texting, VoIP (voice over IP) and full-motion video.
Web conferencing allows users to carry on business meetings and seminars, make presentations, conduct demonstrations, provide online education and offer direct customer support. Control of the session can be passed among users so that any attendee can act as the main presenter.
In general, web conferencing is made possible by Internet technologies, particularly on TCP/IP connections. Services may allow real-time point-to-point communications as well as multicast communications from one sender to many receivers. It offers data streams of text-based messages, voice and video chat to be shared simultaneously, across geographically dispersed locations. Applications for web conferencing include meetings, training events, lectures, or presentations from a web-connected computer to other web-connected computers.
Other typical features of a web conference include:
Slideshow presentations - where images are presented to the audience and markup tools and a remote mouse pointer are used to engage the audience while the presenter discusses slide content.
Live or streaming video - where full motion webcam, digital video camera or multi-media files are pushed to the audience.
VoIP - Real time audio communication through the computer via use of headphones and speakers.
Web tours - where URLs, data from forms, cookies, scripts and session data can be pushed to other participants enabling them to be pushed though web based logons, clicks, etc. This type of feature works well when demonstrating websites where users themselves can also participate.
Meeting Recording - where presentation activity is recorded on the client side or server side for later viewing and/or distribution.
Whiteboard with annotation (allowing the presenter and/or attendees to highlight or mark items on the slide presentation. Or, simply make notes on a blank whiteboard.)
Text chat - For live question and answer sessions, limited to the people connected to the meeting. Text chat may be public (echoed to all participants) or private (between 2 participants).
Polls and surveys (allows the presenter to conduct questions with multiple choice answers directed to the audience)
Screen sharing/desktop sharing/application sharing (where participants can view anything the presenter currently has shown on their screen. Some screen sharing applications allow for remote desktop control, allowing participants to manipulate the presenters screen, although this is not widely used.)
We are able to offer service to web casts, conferencing and webinars by providing filming equipment, audio and sound gear for PA systems, lighting kits and industry standard video and audio mixers. Additionally we can provide VCU (video conferencing units), TBU (telephone balancing units), and satellite equipment like projectors, TV screens and laptops.
We are able to offer service to web casts, conferencing and webinars by providing filming equipment, audio and sound gear.