Nefsis adds PDF sharing to video conferencing cloud


Nefsis announced that its cloud-based HD video
conferencing sessions now support live sharing of portable document format
(PDF) files.


At the click of a mouse, videoconference participants can
share, annotate, and save multipage PDF documents on-the-fly, just as easily as
sharing any other document type including PowerPoint presentations and Word


As video conferencing adoption grows beyond the
boardroom, seamlessly integrated collaboration features become more important.
helps its business customers by eliminating the cost and complexity of managing
on-premise multichannel channel units (MCUs), desktop gateways, and collaboration
servers by delivering all of these software-based capabilities via its global
video conferencing cloud.


“Talking heads alone don’t cut it anymore, the
demands of inter-office meetings, training and sales presentations require
secure, high-quality video, and advanced collaboration features such as
PowerPoint, PDF, and media file sharing,” said Tom Toperczer, vice
president of Marketing, Nefsis.


The Nefsis PDF codec uploads a shared PDF on-the-fly, no
preprocessing required. The document and any page changes are displayed to all
conference participants simultaneously.


The codec preserves the vector graphic display providing
a high-quality presentation, allowing zoom-in, zoom-out, various display
options, and thumbnail views. This is in marked contrast to H.239 and other
screen capture methods that do not preserve rich text and vector graphics.



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