Mirial has released version 6.2 of its video conferencing software that steps the Softphone up from 720p to 1080p.
Cristoforo Mione, business development director at Mirial, said that with Full-HD resolution up to 1080p for both decoding and encoding, the upgraded version set the pace of the evolution in video and VoIP technology.
He said that whatever the PC settings and available bandwidth, the Softphone automatically optimizes configurations to provide the best user experience and video quality, even in case of floating call conditions such as bandwidth drops/peaks.
"Video resolution was upgraded from 720p to 1080p, 3-party video calling and H.239 collaboration features are embedded and ready just with a few-clicks installation," he said.
Mione described the Softphone as "nearly like having a top-class HD camera, an enterprise-fit MCU and a shared meeting room, all in one single piece of software to be launched everyday, anytime, from any desktop".
Some of the Mirial Softphone’s other features include:
- Call Management (2 lines: call hold, call transfer)
- Concurrent support for SIP and H.323, field-proven interoperability
- Video call recording, playback and export to a Windows Media Player file
- Natural, full-motion video up to 2Mbps @ 30fps @ H.264 @ 1080p
- Cristal clear audio with full duplex echo canceller
- Web integration (single click call)
- Remote Update