WARNING - This post is going to be a bit more technical than some of our others (but no less exciting!)
In Mediasite 5.4, communication between the remote recorder interface and the recorder has changed, affecting the TCP ports used, security settings available (including SSL encryption), and making recorder naming a more important consideration.
Earlier this month, the Mediasite ML Recorder lost some serious webcasting weight - 8 pounds plus a 14-percent reduction in size. We made the announcement at InfoComm in Las Vegas and its debut garnered rave reviews from Mediasite fans and new friends, both on-site and online. Here's a sampling of happy ML tweets from fellow Mediasite users on Twitter that capture the weight loss excitement:
At InfoComm 2010 we announced our lastest mobile Mediasite Recorder - the new Mediasite ML. As you'll see in this video (embedded below and shot by our friends at rAVe Publications when they visited us), it's a pretty amazing little piece of hardware.
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This week Sonic Foundry is en force in Vegas for EduComm June 7-9 and InfoComm June 9-11.
We've got tons going on (you can see some pics here, with more to come).
I wouldn't say I'm a huge ornithologist (side note: I do like Charlie Parker), but I do enjoy watching a finch or cardinal every now and then as I slowly sip a morning cup of joe. I caught this fat daddy gettin' after my bird seed (see the embedded picture) and - yes - believe it or not - it made me think of Mediasite.