have someone installed the video solution using 3G cell phones to access the recorded video in the server? if so, is it good, the video quallity watched through the cell phone? what is the best cell phone model to use?
From what I know about 3G phones you will be only to view live streaming, not pre-recorded videos since the iPhone are unable to download the files. If the pre-records of the video is a AVI format, I believe the blackberry phone will be able to view it. I know that my iPhone is able to view live streaming.
I have read that the small business video solution sotres the videos in 3gp format what is the one used by the cell phones, am I right? This phone is unable to download the file because it is a non supported feature or because of the format?
I believe it is because it is an unsupported feature of the phone. To get a better informed answer to that question it would be best to speak with the phone and phone OS manufacturer. We can really only offer advice and answers on the Small Business Equiqment that we support here at the Small Business Support Center.
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