New York City, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2004
Mount Sinai School of MedicineÂs Department of Educational Technology today announces the release of Command Performance, Mount Sinai's full screen, full motion presentation on demand (POD) video jukebox system - capable of playing back an unlimited number of video clips from virtually any Windows 2000 or XP computer, via local hard drive, CD, DVD-ROM or LAN. ÂAttendees can watch presentations from multiple locations, replay earlier sessions and view every symposia abstract submitted, using virtually any combination of video or multimedia content Â Command Performance is also ideal for existing educational and corporate training environmentsÂ says Paul Frantellizzi of Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
The system can be used for digital signage, symposia displays, conferences, trade shows and campus or corporate information systems. Playback is full screen, DVD quality audio and video using any combination of MPEG-1, MPEG-2, QuickTime or AVI files and the interface is fully Skinable for corporate or event branding.
ÂWith Command Performance, The 5FX team at Mount Sinai has again developed leading technology to better serve the health care industry. The Command Performance system is infinitely flexible and extremely cost effective. Our goal was to develop a system that enabled attendees to have access to all abstracts during the conference - using our Windows based kiosks and simple to use interface, we believe that we have achieved that goalÂ says Frederick S. Bobrow of Mount SinaiÂs Department of Educational Technology.
MSSMTV is the Mount Sinai School of Medicine's interactive distance learning program for continuing medical education. It encompasses live and archived streaming broad and narrowband video content, interactive on line quizzes and surveys; topic specific discussion forums, private and public e-mailing and a repository for all CME content.
Within their mission to repurpose previously transitory CME events, MSSMTV presents these programs on a continuous basis, 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. Mount Sinai currently produces over 200 hours of accredited medical grand rounds, over 168 hours of nursing education CEU's and dozens of major symposiums and workshops for live exhibition. We are actively disseminating and reproducing these programs utilizing the Internet and CD ROM to create what may be the most prolific media rich CME resource available to health care providers worldwide.
In addition to hosting a wealth of high quality content, is Mount Sinai's experience as the most technologically advanced multimedia production service in medical education. Featuring a network level production facility; corporate level programmers, award-winning technology architects and industry leading event producers, MSSMTV surpasses the academic standard. 5FX (Fifth Floor Effects) is Mount Sinai School of MedicineÂs award winning technology and multimedia development team providing Web and Multimedia Based CME solutions for enterprises who want to automate and streamline their CME delivery and user evaluation / testing process using Internet technology. 5FX offers customizable solutions for every aspect of event and media production and distribution, while maintaining a full range of equipment and software for all formats. The following is a small sample of services provided:
Â Symposia event management
Â CME Web development, online testing, and automated certificate fulfillment.
Â Capturing, editing and archiving all live or scripted content.
Â Hosting, duplicating, and distribution via Internet; as well as CD, DVD, VHS, Audio CD, and moreÂ
Â Web Based Design, web based (flash) promotions.
Â Live multimedia staging, script writing, AV preparation and graphic design.
For further information contact:
TEL 800.965.4539 FAX 208.774.3584
firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.mssmtv.org
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