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App DescriptionConnect to a Cisco Show and Share system to watch, record, and share videos!
Cisco Show and Share® is a webcasting and video sharing application that helps organizations create secure video communities to share ideas and expertise, optimize global video collaboration, and personalize the connection between customers, employees, and students with user-generated content.
Cisco Show and Share provides the ability to create live and on-demand video content and define who can watch specific content. It offers viewer collaboration tools such as commenting, rating, and word tagging, and it provides comprehensive access reporting.
Cisco Show and Share fits into your organization’s existing IP network and helps ensure that your video content is stored securely within your IT infrastructure. It supports established video formats including Windows Media, Flash, and the MPEG-4/H.264 standard for video-on-demand (VOD) files. The Windows Media format is supported for PC playback for live streams, and the MPEG-4/H.264 format is supported for both PC and Macintosh for live streams. When a Cisco MXE 3500 (Media Experience Engine) is available on the network, Show and Share will provide the ability to have all files that are uploaded by Show and Share to be automatically transcoded to an optimal window-size and bit rate using the MPEG-4/H.264 format. These files are automatically sent from the Show and Share server to the Cisco MXE 3500, where they are transcoded and then retrieved by Show and Share for editing and publishing.
The Cisco Show and Share mobile client for Apple iOS devices will provide the following features when connected to a Cisco Show and Share system:
Login to a Cisco Show and Share system
Browse and search both private and public on-demand videos
View, rate, share and provide comments for on-demand videos
Record, upload, and publish on-demand videos from the Apple iOS devices to a Cisco Show and Share system
Cisco Show and Share version 5.3 or higher
April 07, 2012 New version 0.2
December 07, 2011 Initial Release