Cattura Video, the classroom leader in rich media lecture recording and webcasting , has launched a new program that enables organizations with discontinued lecture capture systems to trade in their equipment for special discounts and free offerings. Organizations can take advantage of discounts towards new equipment, receive free premium support for one year, obtain a... Continue Reading →
Smart light indicator to show the status of a a live stream or recording. Webcast can now have an "on air" indicator for everyone in the room to see.
Cattura is excited to announce a new addition to our YouTube live streaming plugin, a direct multi-camera pass-through to YouTube’s camera switching live streaming player. Cattura users can live broadcast up to four independent 1080p streams into a single YouTube Live player allowing viewers to simply switch camera angles in real-time. This new feature allows... Continue Reading →
The new version of CaptureCast 5 builds upon the strengths of our recording and live streaming software stack. CaptureCast version 5 is chock-full of exciting upgrades outlined below. Brand New User Experience We designed all-new user experience with a modern interface to make managing a recorder even easier. We streamlined setup, audio & visual configuration, and... Continue Reading →
Cattura's recording hardware and software interface with Kaltura's video management system at several key integration points. Those integrations create a solution that can fully automate your lecture capture setup.
CaptureCast's Advanced Scheduling equips users to cleanly and simply manage large-scale, integrated solutions.
Your campus needs a lecture capture solution. Want to know how to avoid some of the big potential traps? We’ve broken it down for you.
Let’s face it: your instructors are busy. They’re hustling in and out, back and forth, room to room. Often, they don’t have the time to snag a coveted cup of coffee, much less to remember to end the lecture recording and upload it.
CaptureCast DIY is a solution that capitalizes on your current equipment and technology, rather than rendering them obsolete.
To move forward with confidence, universities need classroom video solutions that provide a robust recording and encoding hardware to support adaptive and user-friendly publishing options.