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3 Most Common Video Conferencing Problems and Solutions

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In recent years, with the increasing richness of functions in video conferencing applications and the continuous development and improvement of audio and video technology, video conferencing and hybrid conferencing have been gaining popularity in various fields in the context of globalization, networkization, and intelligentization.

AV Access, as a leading provider of video conference solutions, has been dedicated to video conferencing for many years and has conducted in-depth research and analysis of problems in video conferencing. AV Access has also developed a series of product solutions to meet the precise needs of users based on the research and analysis.

Typical Problem 1: Complex Wiring, Not User-Friendly

Traditional video conferencing rooms, whether for local presentations or remote meetings, involve a multitude of devices with intricate interfaces and poor compatibility. Configuring different device models can be cumbersome and challenging, especially for non-IT professionals, making it difficult to quickly organize a remote meeting. This significantly increases preparation time and greatly impacts work efficiency.

In response to these problems, AV Access has developed comprehensive solutions tailored to meeting rooms of all sizes, from small to medium and large. The BizEye Camera not only offers webcam functionality but also features built-in AI noise-cancelling microphones with a pickup range of up to 3 meters, meeting the needs of remote meetings in a huddle room. It’s plug-and-play, allowing to start meetings immediately.

For medium-sized meeting rooms,The AnyCo series speakerphone or video bar serves as an all-in-one device, enabling plug-and-play experience for remote meetings. When combined with cascading microphones, they can meet the requirements of large and medium-sized remote meeting rooms.

Typical Problem 2: Poor Video Quality, Lack of Clarity and Visibility

When it comes to video conferences, one of the most fundamental requirements is clear visibility. In many small meeting rooms, natural lighting is often insufficient, and there’s a need for a wide field of view. This can result in remote video conferencing where the other party can’t see faces clearly or can’t see all the participants, leading to a very unfriendly participation experience.

AV Access’s BizEye or AnyCo Video bar products address these issues by offering 4K ultra-high definition resolution with excellent light sensitivity. Through AI technology, they can intelligently detect environmental lighting conditions and adjust brightness accordingly. This ensures clear visibility of each participant’s face. Additionally, thanks to the wide-angle design of the camera, it can capture the entire meeting room without distortion, providing an excellent visual experience with controlled edge distortion.

Moreover, these products feature intelligent framing and presenter tracking capabilities. They automatically detect and focus on the speaker, keeping the visual focus in the right place throughout the entire conversation. This contributes to an immersive and user-friendly visual experience during remote meetings.

Typical Problem 3: Poor Audio Quality, Unable to Hear or Be Heard Clearly

“Not being heard clearly” is the most significant issue for users during remote meetings. Research indicates that as many as 59% of respondents often find themselves saying, “Can you hear me?” during company meetings. The difficulty in hearing the other party is primarily related to microphone pickup range and environmental noise reduction processing. If the microphone’s pickup range is insufficient, it can lead to the other party not hearing the content being spoken. Additionally, noisy background sounds in meeting environments can easily lead to frustration and, at times, can even disrupt the speaker. This can be quite troublesome.

AV Access addresses these issues by integrating hardware design, acoustics, proprietary long-distance pickup and AI noise reduction algorithms. These technologies effectively handle noise reduction in complex noise environments, such as air conditioning noise, keyboard typing sounds, paper shuffling, furniture movement, and door closures. They can also eliminate echo and balance audio volume, creating a communication experience during remote meetings that feels as if you are speaking face-to-face.

In summary, AV Access’s hybrid conference series products achieve significant technological breakthroughs and product innovations, continuously optimizing and innovating to provide a better meeting and office experience. It offers a new upgrade choice for digital office environments.

Source: https://www.avaccess.com/blogs/guides/video-conferencing-problems-and-solutions/


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