Video-conferencing Basics Learn More About Video-Conferencing at PSJA ISD INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY CETNER What is video-conferencing? Transmission of image and speech back and forth between two or more separate locations. Similar to making a phone call
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Learn More About Video-Conferencing at PSJA ISD
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY CETNER
Use in specific room
Uses ISDN phone lines
Higher usage cost
Schedule in advance
Use anywhere Internet connection
Potentially lower usage cost
Impromptu if point-to-point
Video-conferencing can work well in the PSJA area thanks to a “backbone” network providing high speed access throughout the district and to various state agencies and institutions.
The maximum amount of data that can travel a communications path in a given time, usually measured in seconds.
To set up a video-conference with three or more participants, you must go through a MCU. Like setting up a conference call, this must be scheduled. PSJA ISD video sites currently use the Interactive Video Network’s MCU or bridge.
Television and computer monitors are most often used to display the video.
Audio components include microphones and speakers. Often these items come with the purchased equipment or are built in. Additional audio equipment can be purchased if needed.
Remote Control Use