Video Conferencing with high definition video and audio
I love HD audio and video conferencing so much… maybe it has something to do with how far we’ve come with our technology. Video conferencing is a great way to remove the distance barrier and allow for the collaboration and fostering of efficient teamwork. Easy to use and setup connecting to team members using high definition audio and video is as simple as dragging members into your meeting group via our mobile application or desktop application. Here at 1VoiceTM, we are committed to high-quality HD audio and video conferencing products and applications to provide our business service customers with everything that they would come to expect from 1VoiceTM
What is video conferencing?
Video conferencing can be referred to as a technique employed in carrying out a conference between two or more parties at separate locations by employing computer networks whereby video and audio data is being transmitted. For this process to be carried out effectively, each party must possess a microphone, speaker and camera connected to his or her computer or digital product. As the two parties communicate with each other, their voices are transmitted to each other’s computer via a network and video is transmitted via the video camera will become visible in a window on the other party’s computer. For effective communication, we recommend the use of high definition audio, video devices, and applications.
Why do we need high definition video and audio conferencing?
Recent research has shown that over 90% of what people communicate is gestural. Based on this research we cannot deny the fact that less than 10% of this communication has to convey a larger percentage of the message. When you’re setting up your message and defining your vision, it is the words that give life to your ideas. That is why it is disturbing to know that over the years, technology has been plagued by technical problems at a rising scale and this is most prominent around audio quality and the lack thereof.
Audio quality is one of the most important things you must consider before setting up a video conferencing system and is also the main reason why some businesses opt out of conferencing for there business meetings. I am not shocked to find out the audio quality issues are resulting in a decrease in the rate of adoption of most audio and video conferencing systems.
Below are some of the problems that may be encountered if you don’t employ high definition video and audio conferencing.
1- Background noise:
Even when the audio on outdated systems does not fail entirely, over 60% of respondents admitted that background noise does occasionally affect their hearing. In a way, this is more disturbing than dropped audio because being heard wrongly can lead to extreme unintentional consequences. Just imagine a scenario whereby you hear “Absolutely right” meanwhile your client said “Totally wrong” or you hear “The Job was done” and what your client actually said was “I didn’t finish the job”. Well, using a high definition video and audio will certainly get rid of those mishaps. The ugly part about allowing background noises disturb your call is that by the time you realize that you misinterpreted or misheard your client, it might be a wee bit too late for correction.
2- Reoccurring audio issues:
Given the condition of numerous conferencing solutions, it’s difficult to blame individuals for kicking them to the side in light of repeating awful sound quality. From a survey made about sound issues, over 40% admitted that they happen frequently. When your great idea is at stake, the chances of a malfunction are extremely high.
3-Long tables, poor camera:
When you’re having a video conference that involves lots of people spread across a wide or long table, you will need a high definition camera that will be able to capture the faces or the presentation of these people or clients you’re conferencing with from an entirely different location.