alfaview® Videos

Online meetings with alfaview®

With alfaview®, 20, 50, 100, 200 or more people simultaneously, alfaview stayslip-synchroneous. It connects people through image and sound in high quality - stable and without disconnections, around the clock. Larger meetings can be conducted using the alfaview® spectator mode.

Screen sharing in alfaview®

Via the button "Screen sharing" you can show either your entire screen or only a certain region to friends or colleagues. You can see that the screen sharing has started by the changing colour of the window from blue to red.

With alfaview® it is also possible for several people to share their screen at the same time.

Second camera in alfaview®

Use the second camera in alfaview® in order to show e.g. the content of a whiteboard or to better visualise a technical representation.

Simultaneous interpreter feature in alfaview®

With alfaview® any number of simultaneous interpreters can translate the spoken word live into the desired language. With the click on one single button, you can listen to the speaker in English, Spanish, French or another language. The interpreter can choose whether to use the original or another interpretation as the source text and can therefore interpret indirectly (relay interpreting).

With our live transcription and live translation in almost all languages of the world, people with hearing impairments and people from different countries can also participate in online meetings without barriers.

Teaching with alfaview®

With alfaview®, lessons take place at home, just like in school. The only difference: school is virtual and lip-synced, with high-quality personal videos. First lesson Maths, second lesson Biology, third lessonChemistry – all pupils can participate live and actively in all lessons, ask questions, work in small groups and give presentations. 

alfaview® is intuitive, user-friendly and fatigue-free. It takes only a few minutes to learn how to use it. Teachers who are part of a  risk group can teach from home without the risk of infection and without changing their teaching concept.