TrueConf Offers Three-Way Multipoint Video Conferences at No Cost

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[] Brooklyn, New York - TrueConf Online non-paying users can now enjoy three-way video conferences on OS X, Windows and iOS, and can also use several key collaborative tools, including video recording, whiteboard, and file transfer. If they decide to upgrade to a paid plan, users also have access to multipoint video conferences with up to 120 users and an interface with more collaborative tools: remote desktop control and sharing, slideshows and presentations.

Michael Gotalsky, TrueConf CEO, says that: "As demand for corporate video conferencing grows, so does the need for delivering high quality visual communication for small businesses and non-commercial users. We're seeing a great demand for secure and easily operated solutions. TrueConf cloud services offer all of the above. Its quality has been tested and proven by more than 2.6 million users all over the world."

TrueConf solutions work over 3G/4G, EDGE/GRPS and Wi-Fi, making mobile communication even easier.

New Features of TrueConf Online 6.3.0

In addition to the option for free three-way videoconferences, TrueConf Online 6.3.0 features several updates. The latest update includes a new UI with Windows 8 design that supports a 16:9 aspect ratio for all video modes. This has been the most common aspect ratio for TV and computer displays since 2009, and is the international standard format for HDTV, Full HD and non-HD digital television, and analog widescreen television. The update was designed to improve the end-user experience and keep the application current with market demand.

Supporting Full HD 1080p resolution, TrueConf Online users can enjoy high quality live videoconferencing feeds with up-to-date PTZ- and web-cameras (such as the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, and similar). TrueConf Online supports hardware-based encoding and decoding on integrated graphics cards, thereby reducing CPU load during HD video calls.

The application also allows users to switch between audio and video devices (including microphones, video cameras, etc.) at any time during a video conference without experiencing any connection breaks.

Located in Brooklyn, New York, Russian video conferencing software developer TrueConf was founded in 2003 in Moscow. TrueConf has a long history of implementation of video conferencing solutions which includes over 1,000 successful projects in various industries in Russia and CIS countries. Copyright (C) 2013 TrueConf. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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