Hosted Video Conferencing
Vonage Business Video is Different
While it may appear that there are many hosted video conferencing options on the market, only Vonage Business Video provides a true device and network-agnostic cloud-based solution. Our cross-platform compatibility allows you to employ enterprise-grade video conferencing regardless of your existing video teleconferencing system, PBX, phone equipment or mobile devices! And unlike competitors who only provide video conferencing, Vonage Business is a tried and proven voice, video and unified communications service provider, with a comprehensive suite of integrated UC features and world class customer support.
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- SIP and H.323 compatible
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What video conferencing applications allow the host to play audio (e.g. MP3) as well as speak through the computer mic?
AFAIK none of these collaboration softwares allow for dual audio input. But this is something you can do by mixing the two streams on your end before feeding it into the audio-in for the collaboration software. Off the top of my head, I would assume this cannot be a passive device since you need to mix the two streams, so I would think it would be a USB-based connector you can buy that will take two audio input streams and feed it into your audio-in. Now what you can do is to take your audio out that has the MP3 audio and feed that into one of the inputs here, and the mic would go into…