) announced the release of HearMe Version 3.0, a new upgrade to its existing offerings. The new release includes such features as the capability to present pre-recorded videos, a better layout, convenient user interface, and better audio quality.
HearMe provides Web-based desktop video conferencing and online collaboration solutions. It announced Version 3.0 includes a video library, which enables presenters to upload and broadcast pre-recorded videos and movies to several participants in a room.
The Enhanced Presentation Mode and document sharing capabilities also help presenters exercise control over the content. HearMe confirmed the inclusion of latest, intuitive menu interface and more meeting room layout options. The full-duplex audio mixing has been enhanced for very good sound quality.
Highly suitable for small businesses and distance educators, HearMe’s Web-based video conferencing system also enables mobile work forces to conduct meetings in real time, cost effectively. The benefits offered by the new solution include video and audio conferencing, desktop and application sharing. Besides providing online browser-based meeting rooms, it also offers a convenient interface and updated video conferencing capabilities. Several users can participate in a voice, video, or text chat meeting.
“For more than a year, we’ve been increasing the flexibility that HearMe offers to users, and this new version shows our commitment to continuing to do so at a cost-effective price point,” said Matt Gore, vice president of marketing for HearMe. “The additional audio and video features, as well as the enhanced interface, provide professionals a new level of interactivity with the people they need to be connected to.”
These increased capabilities also offer new opportunities to integrate with other technologies, such as CRM platforms, in order to improve the way users communicate with the world.
HearMe is a division of Paltalk (News
), and offers fully scalable voice and video conferencing. It employs latest video technology in order to offer real-time motion of nearly 15 frames per second, allowing participants in a HearMe hosted meeting to share video, in addition to documents and desktop applications.
HearMe also has built-in VoIP
capabilities, eliminating the need for a conference phone bridge line, again saving costs.
The new offering helps organizations to improve connectivity among mobile work forces, facilitate distance education, and increase the efficiency of operation of organizations — where ever they are.
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