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Capture Transform Share: Software Compatibility Matrix

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Capture Transform Share: Software Compatibility Matrix

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Capture Transform Share:
Software Compatibility Matrix

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Capture Transform Share:
Software Compatibility Matrix


Revised 2/27/13

Cisco TelePresence Content Server (TCS)
Cisco Media Experience Engine (MXE) 3500
Cisco Show and Share
Cisco Digital Media Player (DMP)
Automated Workflow (VoD and Pulse Video Analytics): TCS > Cisco MXE 3500 > Cisco Show and Share

TCS 5.2 and later

Release 3.3 and later

Release 5.2.3 and later

Note Pulse video analytics is available with Release 5.3 and later.

Live Streaming: TCS > Cisco MXE 3500 > DMP

TCS 5.0 and later

Release 3.2 and later

Any release1

Sharing on Cisco Show and Share: Cisco MXE 3500 Video Conversion Interface > Cisco Show and Share

Release 3.2 and later

Release 5.2.1 and later

Transcoding and Pulse Video Analytics on Cisco Show and Share: Cisco Show and Share > Cisco MXE 3500

Release 3.3 and later (Transcode and Pulse video analytics)

Release 5.2.1 and later

Note Pulse video analytics is available with Release 5.3 and later.

Release 3.2 (Transcode only)

Release 5.2.1 (Transcode only)

Live Streaming: TCS > Cisco Show and Share

Release 5.0 and later

Release 5.2.1 and later

Video on Demand (VOD): TCS > Cisco Show and Share

Release 5.0 and later

Release 5.2.1 and later

1 The codec and bit rate of the output from the MXE 3500 should match the supported formats in the DMP. See the white paper for the DMP at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7220/prod_white_papers_list.html.


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