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We've all seen those choppy streaming video clips with staggered motion and garbled video. Now VBrick Systems claims to have solved such video broadcast quality problems with its VBXcast product. The MPEG-4 video appliance can be used to stream Web casts over the Internet to any of the standard media players, including Real Player and Windows Media Player. VBrick's technology compresses video and audio into an MPEG-4 format and delivers "television quality" images over any network, according to spokespeople. VBXcost is promoted as a distance learning tool that can capture output from video cameras, DVD players, and VCRs. The new product is priced at $4,995. Head over to www.vbrick.com for more information.

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Title Annotation:New views on presentation systems and products
Author:Angelo, Jean Marie
Publication:University Business
Date:Aug 1, 2003
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