The Cisco Digital Media Suite (DMS) is a comprehensive offering of social video, digital signage, and IPTV systems that can help transform how organizations learn, grow, communicate, and collaborate.
Cisco Show and Share is a social video system that helps organizations create secure video communities to share ideas and expertise, optimize global video collaboration, and personalize the connection between customers, employees, and students with user-generated content. Cisco Show and Share provides the ability to create live and on-demand video content and define who can watch specific content, it offers viewer collaboration tools such as commenting, rating, and word tagging, and it provides comprehensive access reporting.
Cisco Show and Share fits into your organization's existing IP network and helps ensure that your video content is stored securely within your IT infrastructure. It supports established video formats including Windows Media, flash, and the MPEG-4/H.264 standard.
The Cisco Show and Share-Workgroup server appliance supports up to 50 simultaneous authors and is ideal for a variety of use cases that feature smaller workgroups within an organization.
Capture of video directly with Cisco Show and Share
You do not need to install any special video capture software on your PC or Macintosh. Cisco Show and Share works with the Adobe Flash player supports a wide variety of built-in and USB-based cameras and microphones that you can use to capture video.
Built-in video editor
Cisco Show and Share has a built-in, network-based video editor that enables you to perform basic video editing functions such as trimming and splitting and also add additional information such as chapter markers and synchronized slide graphics.
Uploading of video files
Cisco Show and Share supports the upload and publishing of Windows Media, flash, and MPEG-4/H. 264 files. You can edit uploaded flash files with the Cisco Show and Share video editor. This function offers you a wide variety of potential content that you can publish and share within Cisco Show and Share.
Cisco Show and Share systems administrators can define by username those who can capture and upload content. Organizations can provide initial access to a small set of content authors and add additional authors as needed.
Content viewing security
Publishers can define "who can watch what" for each video for secure content viewing needs. Text transcripts you can publish searchable text transcripts along with each video to find pertinent content.
You can publish associated materials such as documents and downloadable versions of videos to offer viewers additional information. Related videos authors can associate additional videos with each title to direct viewers to related material.
Scheduled publishing and archiving
You can schedule each title to appear and indicate when it should be archived through a publisher-selectable date function.
Public and private categories
Viewers can browse both private and public categories based on their login credentials. Keyword tags viewers can use popular keyword tags that are displayed to help them find content.
Basic and advanced search
Viewers can type in words or phrases to search for content and access advanced search options to further refine content searches.
Multiple content listing options
Viewers can sort through categories by different filters and views, including most viewed and highest rated content filters.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) content new subscription notices
Viewers can elect to receive RSS-based new content notifications when new content is published for a selected category or author.
Search of application program interface (API) for external access
Software developers can use the Cisco Show and Share APIs to integrate other applications with Cisco Show and Share to search and publish Cisco Show and Share content within other applications such as an executive or organization web portal.
Video playback controls
Viewers have complete playback controls for on-demand content, including start and stop controls. Automatic slide graphics synchronization slide graphics that are synchronized during a live event or during video editing are automatically synchronized and played with the video.
Viewers who are not familiar with the native language of the video presenter can use author-provided text transcripts, which are also searchable.
Viewers can share content titles with other viewers by email or by copying and pasting the Cisco Show and Share provided URLs.
Full-screen viewing optionProduct Highlights
Viewers can view video within the predefined viewing area or elect to display the video in full-screen mode.