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Sonic Foundry Demos Enhanced Mediasite Video Platform at Integrated Systems Europe 2016, World’s Fastest Growing AV Conference

February 09, 2016

We’re excited to be exhibiting at Integrated Systems Europe 2016 9-12 February at the Amsterdam RAI in the Netherlands.

ISE, the world’s best-attended AV, system integration and communication exhibition, attracts more than 1,000 exhibitors and over 50,000 attendees. At stand 3-C130, Sonic Foundry will demo enhanced Mediasite Video Platform, the most complete and automated platform for creating, publishing, searching and managing enterprise video. With an expansion of its award-winning capture tools, Mediasite provides organizations the tools and flexibility to ensure all valuable knowledge-transfer, regardless of setting, can be captured, managed and delivered with a single platform, including:

  • Mediasite MultiView Recorders – Record, synchronize and stream up to four HD content sources, including three 1080p videos
  • Mediasite RL100 Series Recorders – Set-top appliance for on-demand content capture in technology-light rooms by leveraging remote, schedule-based recording
  • My Mediasite Dual-Video Capture – My Mediasite’s Desktop Recorder supports dual-video capture – idea for pairing screencasts or demos with speakers’ videos
  • Mediasite Join – Cloud-based video conference capture solution that automatically transforms video calls and meetings into engaging, searchable on-demand video

Sonic Foundry is working with its strategic partner, InfoComm International, to record InfoComm Flash Track Sessions at stand 12-N100 for attendees to review on-demand. The 20-minute AV presentations Tuesday through Friday, recorded by the Mediasite Events team, discuss future technologies, Internet of Things, huddle spaces and more.

“We’re thrilled to be back at ISE, where we’ve produced flawless hybrid events for ISE attendees both in Amsterdam and online,” said Rob Lipps, Executive VP, Sonic Foundry. “This year we’re excited to continue our long-standing partnership with InfoComm International to help keep its FastTrack sessions at ISE alive year-round.”

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