Three ports need to be open: 80, 443 and 1935
Only if the meeting is set up to require login credentials. The vast majority of meetings will allow guest access, so no login will be required.
There is a “forgot password” option on the login page. This will send you an email with instructions on how you can reset your password.
The file should be one of the following formats: *.ppt, *.pptx, *.flv, *.swf, *.pdf, *.gif, *.jpg, *.png, *.mp3, *.html, *.mp4, *.f4v or *.zip. Anything else should be screen-shared.
There are three roles: Host, Presenter and Participant.
Meeting Host - Hosts can perform the following tasks:
Presenter - Presenters can perform the following tasks:
Participant - Participants can perform the following tasks:
This page has step by step instructions and a video to help you set up Universal Voice.
USB headsets are the best choice when looking at a headset to use with Adobe Connect. Carahsoft specialists use Logitech wired headsets as their top choice.
Yes, once you create a meeting room, you can use it as many times as you like. It will be available at the assigned URL and on the Meetings tab of the Connect user interface until you choose to delete it. You can also record multiple times in the same meeting room. Recordings will be created with a new URL with the most recent recording at the top of the list.
You can use as many as you bandwidth will allow. A best practice is to have anyone not speaking pause their camera to limit the number of live streams running at any one time. This will allow more users to be seen on screen without maxing out the available bandwidth.
Any webcam should work, but Carahsoft specialists all use Logitech HD webcams.
When creating a meeting room there are three options that allow you to control who can get into your room.
Yes. Apple and Android users can get the free mobile app by searching for “Adobe Connect Mobile” in their respective app stores. Once installed, users can participate or run meetings directly from their smart phones or tablets.
The three biggest bandwidth hogs are screen-sharing, webcam video and VoIP. Loading documents into the room rather than sharing them, pausing webcams when you aren’t speaking and using integrated telephony will all help to reduce bandwidth usage in the room.
Yes, 100 MB
The chat details can be emailed to you from within the meeting room. Click on the pod options button in the upper right corner of the pod and then select “email chat history”.
Recordings are available for playback in 3 formats. They can be streamed directly by using the link provided in Connect Pro Central. They can be downloaded as an FLV and played locally. For an additional cost they can be downloaded as an MP4.
Recordings are attached to your meeting room. You will need to go to the Meetings section of Connect Pro Central (Web Portal) click on the meeting room and then select the recordings link.
You can have an unlimited number of users viewing your recordings at any one time.
They are available until you delete them out of the system. There is no expiration date.
Reports are attached to your meeting room. You will need to go to the Meetings section of Connect Pro Central (Web Portal) click on the meeting room and then select the reports link. You can view who attended your meetings, the time they joined and the time they left, as well as any polling question data.
In Connect Pro Central there is a main heading titled “Reports”. You can run reports by learner, course, curriculum or virtual classroom.
Reports are attached to your event. You will need to go to the Event Management section of Connect Pro Central (Web Portal) click on the event and then select the reports link. Reports are broken down into four categories: summary, registration, answers and content.
The dashboard shows several key indicators of interaction. If the Q&A pod is being used, it shows how many questions have been asked. If polls are used, it shows how many users have taken the poll. It also shows attendance and time of the session, so presenters and hosts know at a glance the status of their meetings.
Adobe Presenter creates AICC- and SCORM-compliant content, enabling straightforward integration with existing learning management systems.
Yes, you can set up pre-requisites that are required, suggested or hidden.
Yes. Adobe has partnered with inteVISTA to integrate a PayPal option into the webinar template that will allow you to accept payment for your webinars. It is sold as an add-on subscription. More information can be found here: https://www.intevista.com/products/intevista-sell/
The events catalog allows you to promote multiple webinars to your audience on one page. Custom tags can be used to allow your end users to quickly filter your upcoming events.
Yes. Developers can also extend the capabilities of Acrobat Connect Professional through the Acrobat Connect Collaboration Builder Software Development Kit (SDK), which enables them to enhance web communication experiences through interactive applications. Please visit the developer center for more details:http://www.adobe.com/devnet/adobeconnect.html
Custom pods are like apps for your room. They allow you to bring in additional functionality that doesn’t pre-exist in the product. They can be downloaded from this site and then uploaded into a Share Pod in your room:http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect/extend.html
(Some may require an additional charge)
Yes. IT professionals and developers can extend the Adobe Connect system through the following capabilities:
Adobe Connect Edge Server provides optional server technology to deploy throughout an organization’s network to consolidate and cache streams and content, providing increased performance and efficient use of networks.
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