Magewell and DisplayNote have teamed up to offer increased functionality and flexibility in hybrid meeting spaces.
DisplayNote’s Launcher bypasses the drawbacks of traditional meeting room technology and modernises these spaces by supporting the most popular video conferencing tools.
Magewell’s plug-and-play USB Capture Gen 2 devices let users easily bring HDMI or SDI video signals into Zoom, Skype, Teams, GoToMeeting and other popular conferencing software. The integration of Launcher with Magewell devices allows users to enjoy a feature-rich hybrid meeting experience.
With DisplayNote Launcher installed, users of hybrid meeting spaces can access the range of video conferencing platforms used by their clients and start or join meetings with a single touch. For the user, Launcher means quicker access to tools they want to employ on a call or in a meeting.
For the IT department, this means less time setting rooms up and less time supporting these rooms. At the end of the call, the Automatic Cleanup feature clears the user’s footprint by removing any sign-in information and clearing any browsing history, keeping all data secure.
Ed Morgan, DisplayNote’s chief operating officer, said: “Magewell’s video capture expertise gives Launcher users the ability to seamlessly access a video input from the meeting room display. This facility complements the overall product feature offering of Launcher, as well as making the employee experience more useful and enjoyable.”
Magewell’s sales director, Amy Zhou, said: “Our USB Capture devices make it exceptionally simple to bring AV sources such as cameras and attendee laptops into almost any software application, and the combination of our hardware with DisplayNote’s Launcher is expected to significantly enhance the user experience for DisplayNote’s customers.”