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Cisco TelePresence Recording Server
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The Cisco TelePresence Recording Server transforms Cisco TelePresence into a high-definition recording studio. Via an intuitive user interface, you can create and deliver high-quality video for rich, compelling internal or external communications such as organizational updates, training or crisis management. Distributing and viewing video content is instant and easy, and you can replay recordings on Cisco TelePresence endpoints or standard Web browser players.
Providing HD studio recording capabilities in existing Cisco TelePresence rooms adds organizational value and increases the utility and productivity of those rooms. Putting video production in the hands of all users enables organizations to more effectively communicate and collaborate across long distances and between organizations. This can have a positive impact on employee morale, improve and streamline decision making, and tighten communications between remote offices.
Cisco TelePresence Recording Server supports 24 simultaneous recording and playback sessions and can store over 300 hours of high-definition 1080p video recordings. Recordings can be archived automatically on a schedule or transferred to a digital content management system such as the Cisco Digital Media System’s Cisco Digital Media Manager. In combination with the Media Experience Engine 3000, the Cisco TelePresence Recording Server can deliver Cisco TelePresence recordings to any video-enabled device including PCs, smartphones and digital signs. Cisco TelePresence Recording Server runs on the same reliable Media Convergence Server platform as Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch and Cisco TelePresence Manager.
- Cisco TelePresence Version 1.5.1 or later
- Cisco TelePresence System Software Version 1.5.1 or later
- Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunk with Cisco® Unified Communications Manager
- Version 7.0 or later and IP Version 4 (IPv4)
- Real-Time Control Protocol (RTCP) and Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), User
- Datagram Protocol (UDP), and IP Unicast
- H.264 (MPEG 4 Part 10)
- AAC-LD, AAC-LC, G.711, and G,722
- CIF, 720p, and 1080p
- Up to 24 simultaneous 1080p recording or playback sessions
- Up to 300 hours of 1080p and CIF recordings
- Support for HTTP streaming of recorded content using Adobe Flash
- Integration with Active Directory through Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
- (LDAP) for access
- Secure management through HTTPS
- Password-protected conferences
High-definition recording: Records in H.264 1080p for playback on any Cisco TelePresence system
Standard-definition recording: Records in standard definition for playback on standard browser-based video players such as Adobe Flash or Apple QuickTime
On-screen prompting: Helps you maintain eye contact with your intended audience
Auto-collaboration support: Records videos with full PC data such as presentations or documents
Easy-to-use controls: incorporated into the Cisco TelePresence IP Phone interface