What does he say?
2:55 "the only thing you need is a ????? licence"
ERA? At a guess, sound broken here!
Originally Posted by Andrew_C ERA? Does anyone know the current price for ERA / ERA+ / etc licenses? I did ask at the ClickView stand but they didn't know exactly - is around £300 about right?
we've got both clickview and clickview 24/7. Its great, but its a full time job for the librarians adding and indexing the new videos.. No idea about licensing though..
Originally Posted by dhicks Does anyone know the current price for ERA / ERA+ / etc licenses? I did ask at the ClickView stand but they didn't know exactly - is around £300 about right?
David Hicks Hi David,
ERA + costings as follows - source from ERA website:
All prices are PER student
Primary/Preparatory school students - 16p
Secondary school students - 28p
Further Education students - 53p
Higher Education students - 84p
My previous school looked long and hard at ClickView, the biggest issue was fidelity of the file once ClickView gets hold of it, thinking as a media archive as well as player.
Originally Posted by GREED My previous school looked long and hard at ClickView, the biggest issue was fidelity of the file once ClickView gets hold of it, thinking as a media archive as well as player. We use ClickView's base product day-in, day-out. We add the video's in our office (set it going, get on with work, split and index it when it's finished).
We are looking at, and have trialled, Clickview Home several times - unfortunately I think our internet feed is causing issues as it is remarkably slow at uploading videos. Having said that I've been promised a technician this week to monitor it and see if there's any issues our end, as we would love to embed videos in Frog.
Joe at ClickView is an extremely helpful bloke. They are definitely worth considering if you are looking at a video streaming solution.
I have read and re-read the white paper but I am still confused about the SSO portion of it.
I am looking how to authenticate a user by basically
Cost of laptop - £150-£200 a year
Cost of employing teacher £20K -£40K per year
As a school, you decide what each worker provides - this is a decision - they can do what they want
WINE is nonsense most of the time, you could run that in a vm and pass thru the usb device.
The word your looking for is 'incredible'
Does anyone have any huge animal farms? They can cause lag.
Otherwise, its just down to memory leaks - usually down to MystCraft ages.
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