it's stated in the preso that integrate with existing video teleconferencing systems supporting SIP/H.264 (Tandberg, Polycom, PictureTel, others), and bring in-room video streams directly into web meetings
Re: Cisco Video Conference (tandberg) with Adobe connect
the On-Premise Adobe Connect version ships with Adobe FMG (Flash Media Gateway).
Using FMG you can connect VC units that support SIP into a Adobe Connect room. Adobe Connect provides therefor a special POD named Video-Telephony. Using that POD you can stream Audio/Video via SIP units into a conference room.
But be warned, "stream" in that context means, that you can only see and hear the content from the VC unit, but people sitting in front of the VC unit cannot see and hear connected via Adobe Connect, so its just a streaming solution.
FMG supports speeds up to 2Mbit/s video codec h.264 but only audio codec g.711, so the sound is not as good as you expect (H.239 is not supported).
Cisco Video Conference (tandberg) with Adobe connect
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