VivoActive offers server-independent video and audio streaming

Senna, Jeff
August 1997
InfoWorld;08/04/97, Vol. 19 Issue 31, p74
Trade Publication
Recommends Vivo Software's VivoActive Producer 2.0 software for delivering multimedia in the form of Web-based audio and video streaming without the need for a proprietary media server. Capability to generate streamed video clip files from existing Video for Windows or .AVI files; Predefined setting files that serve as VivoActive Producer templates; File conversion; Pricing; Contact information.


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