Audio capture - means the product can record signals fed through a stand-alone microphone or through an audio mixer from another source.
Video capture - means the product can record video signals from a video camera in the classroom.
Local Screen capture - means the product can record screen visuals directly from screen of the capture station (with EchoSystem installed), whether on the Presenter's laptop or tablet, on the desktop or podium PC, or as a dedicated capture device.
External VGA Capture - means the product can record VGA content from external sources including the laptop, document camera, or other VGA-based sources.
Standard podcast - means a digital audio file (MP3) that can be delivered over the web using syndication feeds (podcasting).
Vodcast - means a video file that can be delivered over the web using syndication feeds (vodcasting). In the case of EchoSystem, the video file contains the screen visuals captured and the audio from the lecture.
Scheduling - means the EchoSystem Server (ESS) allows you to set an automatic list of times and dates and locations per semester for lecture capture. You may specify particular days when no lecture will be captured (such as test days or holidays).
Podium PC - means the personal computer often built into the lectern, used for presenting lectures, that stores and displays the visual lecture materials.
Full EchoSystem Playback - means a fully-synchronized multimedia presentation of the captured lecture, combining audio, video, presentation visuals, and automatic capturing and indexing marks.