Webinars and Webconferences Adobe Connect
Webinars and webconferences, unlike the videoconference solutions (H.323/SIP, MS Teams), do not require a special application, everything runs in a web browser. The service is suitable for seminars with tens to hundreds of users, for distributed lessons, as well as for meetings of teams that work with a large number of shared documents. Webinars and webconferencing can be realized through the Adobe Connect tool.
What Features Does Adobe Connect Provide?
|Virtual room||Remembers its status even after it is left, it is possible to return and view the shared materials|
|Voice connection||Requires microphone and speakers|
|Video connection||Participants with a camera can broadcast their video to others|
|Text chat||Participants can communicate with others via short text messages written into the chat window|
|Sharing of images, PDFs, PowerPoint presentations||Participants can show their images in one of the usual formats (GIF, PNG, JPG), PDF documents or PowerPoint presentations|
|Sharing of MP3 records||Participants can play MP3 audio files to others|
|Shared blackboard||Participants can (even all at the same time) draw on a common board|
|Sharing a desktop||Other participants may request to remotely control a program or a desktop|
|Vote||The room admin can create a voting window in which the participants can vote|
Eligibility and Requirements
Adobe Connect does not require client installation – the tool works in Adobe Flash plugin in the browser. The application requires the Adobe Flash Player plug-in installed and the internet connection.
The service is available to all employees and students from academic institutions that are members of the CESNET Association, and thus to all MU employees and students.
- How to book a video conference
- Instruction manual and Cheat sheet for room administrators
- Instruction manual and Cheat sheet for participants
- Instructions for iPad