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MegaMeeting.com Introduces Acoustic Echo Cancellation into their Web-based Video Conferencing Platform(July 26, 2011)
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
Weve all experienced it. You are asked to participate in an extremely important video conference over the internet but the VoIP audio feedback causes such a disturbing echo you have a hard time concentrating on the information being discussed. Its as if you are standing on top of the Grand Canyon and communicating with someone on the other side. The truth is, dealing with an acoustic echo during an online meeting can make business communication annoyingly difficult; thats why MegaMeeting.com is happy to announce the release of Acoustic Echo Cancellation as a built-in feature to the MegaMeeting.com web-based video conferencing system.
While MegaMeeting.com prides itself in offering some of the best web-based high quality video feeds around, they also know having high quality video in an online meeting is just the half of it. A fundamental aspect to any video conference, web conference or webinar is the sound quality. An attendees video can be cut off and the meeting will continue without any problems, but if the audio output produces feedback or an echo it can be severely difficult for attendees to concentrate on what is being discussed.
An acoustic echo arises most commonly when attendees are using VoIP to communicate. What typically happens is an attendees voice travels out of their headset earpiece or speakers and then back into the mouthpiece or microphone and then is broadcast out to other meeting attendees, creating a sound reverb or echo. With MegaMeeting.com this is no longer an issue. Their latest product update includes a new technology created to combat meeting room feedback and echo. As long as clients are using the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player® on their computer, they will be able to take full advantage of the new Acoustic Echo Cancellation feature.
This is a very important and exciting development for the MegaMeeting.com product. According to Scott Goldman, CTO of MegaMeeting.com There is no longer a need for attendees to use noise cancelling headsets or conference systems to avoid meeting room echo, as has been the case for many flash-based video conferencing offerings. Now MegaMeeting.com subscribers can utilize a standard built-in microphone and speakers to converse freely with other parties in the meeting. Going forward, we believe Acoustic Echo Cancellation is a necessary component to achieve the best audio possible during a video and/or web conference.
About MegaMeeting.com (http://www.MegaMeeting.com)
MegaMeeting.com is a leading provider of 100% browser based web & video conferencing solutions, complete with real time audio and video capabilities. Being browser based and working on all major operating systems Windows, Mac & Linux; MegaMeeting.com provides universal access without the need to download, install or configure software. MegaMeeting.com web conferencing products and services include powerful collaboration tools that accommodate robust video & web conferences, including advanced features such as desktop/application sharing, i.e. Word and Excel documents and PowerPoint presentations without the need to upload any files. MegaMeeting is ideal for multi-location web based meetings, virtual classrooms, employee trainings, product demonstrations, company orientation, customer support, product launches and much more.
For more information please visit http://www.megameeting.com or call (818) 783-4311.
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