UK video conferencing company Baraka Intracom launched an email product that sends video and audio messages at Comdex.
Baraka Intracom will sell Cinemail for $70 from December in the US although users must have a video capture card and camera attached to their PC. The company also launched a Windows 95-based video conferencing package, Vidcall 32, which uses normal phone lines.
Both packages are based on the company?s video compression technology, which is capable of transmitting a 2.5Mb AVI file at 300Kb without losing any image quality, the company claimed.
Distributed in the UK by Northamber, the company also plans to launch monitoring software and broadcast software in the next few months.
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