Video conferencing applications software
Video conferencing applications software programs are designed for a particular communication purpose.
They can be independent from the hardware platform and can operate even without a web browser.
Some programs allow video conferencing, web-based seminars, and other related services to users without using the same hardware platforms.
Software programs with streaming options allow continuous transmission and playing of video and audio information between endpoint systems and servers without the need for a common program.
Some of the popular examples of video conferencing applications software are Windows Media®, QuickTime®, PlaceWare®, Real Networks®, and WebEx®.
Video conferencing control software
Video conferencing control software programs are designed to control, manage, and report video conferencing.
They can easily be accessed through handheld controllers or remote controls provided by most of the video conferencing system manufacturers.
The latest programs come with web-enabled control ports, allowing users to easily and remotely control the video conferencing system through a personal computer.
Some of the popular examples of video conferencing control software are Polycom® and Tandberg® .
Video conferencing scheduling software
Video conferencing scheduling software programs are designed to organize, schedule, and time video conferencing calls.
They notify the participants of web seminars or conference calls around the world of the event schedule in their local time.
Most programs work in several environments to schedule events like video communications and system broadcasts.
Most programs can schedule both video and non-video conferences.
Some programs come with the purchase of video conferencing systems that feature scheduling systems.
Video conferencing system software
Video conferencing system software programs are designed to upgrade or revise video conferencing hardware and software.
They are commonly used to install newer versions of video conferencing software in the hardware.
Never versions provide new and additional features or capabilities needed for a more effective video conferencing call.