Video conferencing is the conduct of a video conference (also known as a video conference or videotelec onference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called 'visual collaboration' and is a type of groupware.
Live conferencing refers to the live streaming of interactive audio and video presentations, lectures, meetings, and seminars to the global audience with the help of a camera and conferencing equipment. Such equipment lets businesses connect and coordinate with remote workforces located in different region, engage them in productive real-time discussions, and record individual or group responses.
Watch your colleague's face light up. Observe your client's reaction to each comp. In a video conference, you can choose full screen with high-definition video, or see up to seven people at a time. The current speaker is always highlighted dynamically, so you'll know who's doing the talking.
Once you're all in the meeting, share easily and work together effectively. Show others anything on your computer – files, apps, your whole desktop. Then pass the ball to someone else who'd like to share. Work on a file together or brainstorm on the whiteboard. And record every ah-ha! for posterity.