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USB Video and Video Collaboration

Video conferencing and collaboration empower users in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings and collaboration sessions—without having to travel or meet in person. When remote workers can engage with the group as naturally as they can in person, every meeting makes an impact and drives business forward. Other benefits of video collaboration include increased productivity and efficiency, accelerated decision-making, reduced travel time and costs, and more.

Video conferencing or video collaboration is a technology that allows users in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings without having to move to a single location. It does this by leveraging computer networks to transmit audio and video data. This can be done point-to-point (two-person) or multi-point (three people or more) from room systems, desktops, or mobile devices.

USB video cameras (commonly known as webcams) are USB-connected cameras that feed or stream an image or video in real time to another computer or over the internet. This can be part of a video-conferencing call involving two or more people.

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