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The Flash based Free Video Conferencing service, offers Recording and Sharing option. Users can use Palbee for recording webinars, lectures, or instructions. All recordings can be shared by embedding the Palbee Player on their blogs, wikis and other sites. A widget is also available. Logo

The video conferencing has been treated as a professional tool

The Free Video Conferencing Website is launching two new Web 2.0 features - Free Recording and Sharing. has been providing free video conferencing services since its launch in July of this year. Now users can record video conference sessions such as Webinars, and share their recordings by embedding them in their blogs or using widgets.

To record, users need to select the "Meeting + Recording" option before starting a video conference session. When finished, all the recordings can be accessed via the user's personal page, My Page. Each user can store up to 2 GB of recordings, or more than 50 different sessions, at no charge.

To share the recorded sessions, users either embed the Palbee Player or plug-in the Palbee Widget into their blogs or any other web page. It's as easy as embedding video.

Although many consider video conferencing sessions to be a group activity, "At Palbee, you can come alone and record your webinars, presentations, or lectures," said Albert Kim, CEO of Zenitum Entertainment Computing. "This format of delivering a message, presentation slides with video and audio, is very effective over the Internet, especially for marketing and education."

One local university hospital is using the Record and Share feature for educating its web site visitors on public health. "We are getting positive feedback. By offering simple presentations on our own web site with video of a doctor, we can communicate better with outpatients," said Joongsang Cho, Director of the East-West Medical Center, Kyunghee University in Seoul.

"The video conferencing has been treated as a professional tool," added Albert, "I certainly think individual experts will enjoy this Web 2.0 feature at"

To record and share presentations, visit

About Zenitum Entertainment Computing
Zenitum is an entertainment solution developer based on computer vision technologies headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. For three years, Zenitum has been developing unique services for both the mobile and web platforms including Face Beauty Surgery and Face Fortune Reading based on facial feature recognition technology. Recently, Zenitum has launched several Web 2.0 services harnessing its proprietary technologies.

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Zenitum Entertainment Computing, Inc.
Matthew Weigand
Manager, Media Relations


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