There are many different types of video conferencing solutions available on the market today. Telepresence video conferencing, desktop video conferencing, room-based video conferencing, and service-based video conferencing systems, are a few. Each type of system has its own advantages and disadvantages when it comes to audio and visual quality — something that shouldn’t be overlooked.
For example, if you want the best possible quality from your system, invest in an HD codec with a wide-band audio frequency range. And, make sure it has multiple input/outputs for multiple microphones, speakers and displays. With this combination of equipment and software, you will experience crystal clear audio and sharp visuals that will make it easier to collaborate.
What Are The Different Types of Video Conferencing Systems?
- Telepresence Video Conferencing System: multiple screens are used to make everyone feel like they’re joining the meeting in person.
- Room-Based Video Conferencing System: this means that the conferencing system is built into the room itself.
- Desktop Video Conferencing System: all hardware and software is built into a computer or laptop.
- Integrated Video Conferencing System: for group video conferencing where the equipment is centralized.
With all of this in mind, below we offer some tips on how to improve video conferencing quality.