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CaptureCast connects remote and hybrid learning

CaptureCast connects remote and hybrid learning

CaptureCast connects remote and hybrid learning

Described as a ground-breaking multi-input, multi-room recording and livestreaming technology to drive active participation and experience for remote and hybrid learning, NewTek has launched CaptureCast – IP-based lecture capture and micro-broadcasting services that connect any room on-campus or any meeting room in a business to anywhere in the world using NDI.

“Video is embedded in every area of society and, in today’s world, anyone can get on camera and connect to an audience,” remarked William Waters, head of product management, NewTek. “Micro-broadcasting has become a ‘must have’ in education to meet the growing need of servicing distance learners and outfitting rooms for flex/hybrid instructions to deliver an enhanced experience for remote students.”

CaptureCast harnesses the power of NDI by connecting camera apps on mobile, software screen capture and thousands of compatible devices like PTZ cameras. Using NDI, CaptureCast also incorporates direct connection with video communication applications, including Microsoft Teams and Zoom. The platform allows remote learners to access content in real time and rewatch and review on-demand.

The automation inside CaptureCast records any live devices, such as cameras, mics, tablets and document cameras, offering HD video out to enable remote learners to interact with video content more dynamically. Furthermore, the platform takes any live capture and instantaneously replicates it across education and streaming platforms to empower remote learners to switch between viewpoints, cameras or screens to completely personalise and take control of their learning experience and interact with content as if they were in the room – live or on-demand.

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