GoToMeeting with HDFaces offers a simple way to bring high-definition video conferencing to online meetings. Anyone with an Internet connection and a webcam can get high-definition group video conferencing at no additional cost.
Meet with anyone, anywhere in HD.
See meeting attendees in HD.
Enjoy easy-to-use, intuitive video controls.
Establish and maintain quality business relationships regardless of distance.
Share up to six video feeds per session.
Meet, sell and collaborate in high definition.
Sales demos: Have face-to-face interactions with remote customers and prospects. Demonstrate your product or service in real time.
Follow-up meetings: Eliminate miscommunication in project meetings or updates with live interaction.
Collaboration: Build stronger business relationships and connect with colleagues, customers and prospects – regardless of distance.
GoToMeeting with HDFaces includes:
One-click video conferencing at no additional cost: Start sharing video with a single click.
Mac, PC and iPad support: Desktop and tablet users alike can share video over HDFaces.
Combined video and screen sharing: View up to six video streams and a shared desktop on the same screen.
Resizable viewer and layouts: Video layout can be adapted to virtually any screen and projection configuration.
No proprietary hardware configuration: Most HD-capable webcams will support HDFaces.
Organizer video controls: Mute/unmute, dismiss or request video from attendees directly from their video feeds.
Secure 128-bit AES encryption: Video streams receive the same industry-standard SSL and U.S. government-standard protection as the rest of the online meeting.
Bandwidth optimization: Automatically adjusts to the available bandwidth and hardware resources of each participant to provide each user with the best-possible user experience. See six streams at a resolution of 640p x 480p each for a total maximum resolution of 1920p x 960p.
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