Video Lecture (asymmetric video conference) is video conferencing mode, during which all participants can see and hear only the speaker and he can see and hear all learners.
The video lecture mode was designed specifically to meet the distance learning demands.
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The maximum concentration on the lecturer is achieved due to the lack of audio and video communication between learners. The text chat can be used for communication between learners, and they can record the video lecture for better performance.
The lecturer can drag to a separate display the window with a learner who is responding to the question, while he is still able to see all learners. He can also expand to full screen the window with a speaker.
With TrueConf Server you can broadcast your video conferences in real time across any audience. We have supported the standards of modern streaming industry which give you an ability to organize broadcasts even for up to 1 000 000 users with popular services and solutions for content distribution.
TrueConf Server allows to create public video conferences available for unregistered users and federated accounts. You can easily create webinars across your network and Internet.
Participants using different types of endpoints (laptops, tablets) receive the best possible video quality depending on the screen resolution and performance of their devices.
The following tools are available during a video lecture:
- Video content and applications capturing and streaming directly to the conference
- Slide shows and presentations
- Video conference recording
- Instant messaging
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See also: WebRTC conferencing through a browser
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What is the maximum number of uses allowed to participate in a video lecture?
25 users. Only one participant can be the speaker (conference host), all other participants are spectators.
Can I invite SIP/H.323/RTSP subscribers?
Yes, if you are using TrueConf Server. You can invite PBX subscribers and users of third-party applications (SIP/H.323) to asymmetric video conferences as well as to connect to IP cameras (RTSP).
Can I join a video lecture through a browser (WebRTC)?
Yes, if you are using TrueConf Server. Please read instructions on how to join a video tutorial through a browser.
Can I schedule a video lecture in advance?
Yes. Video conferences can be scheduled by the administrator of TrueConf Server. Read here on how to do this.