400p (528 x 400 pixels)
G.722.1; 32 kbps
My contacts on client
Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Movi) Konferans Sistemleri
Cisco Telepresence için Jabber Video (Jabber Video) daha fazla kisinin telepresence imkanina erismesini saglayarak yüz yüze isbirligi deneyiminin faydalarini yayginlastiriyor. PC veya Mac bilgisayarinizla ve USB kamera veya webcam ile çalisan Jabber Video nerede olursaniz olun çalismaniz gereken her yerde HD görüntülü görüsme imkani saglar ve tüm telepresence toplulugunuz ile baglantida olmanizi mümkün kilar. Jabber Video'nun bulut veya kurum bünyesindeki opsiyonlari mevcuttur.
Extend Your Telepresence Calling Circle
Personal Video Collaboration for Mobile, Remote, and Extended Teams
Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Jabber Video) is an application that extends the reach of telepresence. Jabber Video works with a compatible PC or Mac and a webcam or Cisco TelePresence PrecisionHD camera to provide high-definition video communications to more people, on more devices, from more places. Jabber Video can connect to telepresence systems, resulting in a wider community of colleagues, partners, and business customers.
Figure 1. Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence
Experience the benefits of high definition (HD), telepresence quality video anywhere, anytime. Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Jabber Video), previously called Cisco TelePresence Movi, is a soft client that works with your PC or Mac to provide high-definition video communications from wherever you need to work - the airport, hotel, coffee shop, or home office (Figure 1). It keeps you connected with your entire video community no matter where you are.
Product VariationsJabber Video is available in both on-premise and cloud options to meet the different needs of customers:
On-premise deployment: Jabber® Video Enterprise (previously called Movi) is deployed on your network to add video mobility for your users; it allows flexibility for user management and policy setting tailored to the requirements of your network architecture.
Cloud-hosted option: Jabber Video is also available as a web- or subscription-based service, supported through a downloadable software client, in the first quarter of 2012. The web-based service provides an easy way to extend customers' telepresence calling circle to vendors, partners, and clients with a forum-based self-support model. The subscription-based service, available as part of the Cisco TelePresence for Small and Medium Business, offer includes additional features and options such as multiparty video calling, integration with customers' cloud directory, and live end-user support provided by Cisco.
The intuitive user interface of Jabber Video enables fast, easy, and reliable connections to other soft client users, desktop video systems, and meeting rooms up to immersive telepresence rooms.
Support for bandwidths from 24 kbps up to 8 Mbps
The available resolution at any time depends on the video source, the available bandwidth, and the processing power of the computer.
400p (528 x 400 pixels)
4SIF (704 x 480 pixels)
SIF (352 x 240 pixels)
448p (576 x 448 pixels)
4CIF (704 x 576 pixels)
CIF (352 x 288 pixels)
QCIF (256 x 144 pixels)
SQCIF (128 x 96 pixels)
The solution supports 720p or 1080p resolutions with three quality levels to optimize network bandwidth consumption. The Cisco TelePresence system can operate at several different bandwidth levels ranging from 2 to 5 Mbps for configurable, variable bandwidth consumption, maximizing the Cisco TelePresence experience while preserving frame rate and low latency, and reducing packet loss. The solution is supported by all existing install, deployment, and operation services.
CPU depending on video resolutions to send and receive:
A processor supporting SSE3 (such as Pentium 4 Prescott) or better is recommended. For business-quality HD video, Cisco recommends using the Cisco TelePresence PrecisionHD USB Camera and a 2-GHz Core 2 Duo processor or better.
Encoding VGA 30 fps can be done on as low-end CPUs as the Intel Atom @ 1.6 GHz.
Windows XP SP2 or later
Windows Vista SP1 or later
Graphics and sound
OpenGL Version 1.2 or later
Any standard sound card (full-duplex, 16-bit or better)