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March 2009: Audio and Connect Pro

At the core of any meeting is the audio. Whether you use Connect Pro Voice-over-IP (VoIP), Integrated Teleconferencing from partners like Premiere Global Services, Meeting One, or Avaya, or you use non-integrated phone audio, you'll learn something new this month that you never knew before. From getting started tutorials to best practices for advanced users, we've covered all the bases in hopes of making you a Connect Pro audio expert.

Best Practices User Group

Randah McKinnie In this month's meeting of the Best Practices User Group Ryan Monger of Adobe's Conferencing Services team discussed Audio Best Practices in Connect Pro.

The meeting took place on Wednesday, April 1, 2009, at 3 PM Eastern / 12 PM Pacific Time.


Visual Quick Start: Getting Started with VoIP in Connect Pro

Targeted at new users, this printable one page PDF shows you the basics of using Voice-over-IP (VoIP) in Connect Pro.

Release Notes
Whitepaper: Building Towards a Unified Communications Strategy

If you are a CIO or IT Manager, this in-depth white paper will articulate how you can fit Connect Pro into an overall Unified Communications strategy.



Connect Pro Audio Options: An Overview
by David Slater and Ryan Monger

Setting Up Your Computer for Voice over IP (VoIP)
by Adobe Systems

Using Voice over IP (VoIP) Audio
by Adobe Systems

Visual Quick Start: Using Premiere Ready Conference with Connect Pro
by Jason Parker

Using Premiere Global Services Conferencing with Connect Pro
by David Slater

How to Use Your MeetingOne Audio Conferencing Account with Connect Pro
by Vincent Toesca

Using the Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker Array Microphone with Connect Pro
by Bob Feingold

Best Practices for Using Connect Pro VoIP
by Vincent Toesca

Managing Audio in a Virtual Classroom
by Randah McKinnie

Selecting the Right Microphone
by Peter Ryce

12 Steps to Achieving a Great VoIP Experience
by David Yun

Using the THAT-2 Device to Broadcast Phone Audio via VoIP
by Amy Brooks

Manage and Monitor Meeting Bandwidth
by David Yun