(From InfoComm 2005)

Advanced Media Design's MR series of Digital Media Recorders, which connect directly to the codec device that a school uses for videoconferencing, can record, date-stamp, and name up to 1,600 hours of digital content automatically, allowing you to webcast a videoconference live as it's taking place or stream it to stakeholders who request it later--with no administrator intervention necessary, said company representative Stephen Villoria, who likened the technology to "a distance-education TiVo."

DMR-series devices range in price from $2,000 to $5,000, depending on the desired resolution; the most advanced unit, the DMR300, also records multiple streams simultaneously (images...

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