Thanks to the lockdown, working from office could soon be a thing of the past. While more and more people prefer working from home, teams still need to be connected with each other for various reasons.
Working remotely has its own set of requirements such as the internet and a laptop, but the most important of them all is an audio/video conferencing kit. Basic chats and voice may work well on most online meeting platforms, but when it comes to presenting something, audio and video quality become crucial. Avermedia claims to make things better in that space with the announcement of three high-quality video conferencing devices.
ExtremeCap BU110 (₹34,839) is an HDMI to USB 3.0 converter that sends videos to mobile, laptops, DSLR for capturing and streaming on the move. Online meetings, broadcasting events, lectures, or recording vlogs, ExtremeCap captures any HDMI video source, purely unaltered at 1080p60. Compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux, all you need to do is simply connect a video source (camera/DSLR) to the ExtremeCap UVC you are ready to stream high-quality videos up to 1080p@60fps. Additionally, it supports third-party streaming software like OBS, Wirecast, XSplit, Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, and many more.
USB Microphone AM310 (₹15,617) is designed to favour the music performers, live streamers who crave for studio-quality sounds. It claims to delivers clearer, richer and warmer audio which is ideal for remote working, teaching, podcasting, streaming, gaming and more. It is incorporated with a built-in cardioid condenser, enabling the end-users to record sound sources that are directly in front of the microphone delivering detail, accurate and full-body sounds.
And lastly, the Live Streamer Cam 313 (₹11,293) is a plug-and-play USB webcam that records and streams at 1080p. It comes with two built-in microphones (mono) and flexible, 360-degree swivel design, including a privacy shutter to safeguard against prying eyes of. Additionally, it features fair skin/wrinkle reduction camera effects, portrait filters (using facial recognition) as well as other filters.