Has all the features you would expect
Cons: Resource hogging
The problem is simple – resource hogging. The longer the software runs for a webinar, the more resources if consumes until it crashes, requiring a reboot midstream or rebooting in anticipation of the upcoming crash.
We run this on a dedicated laptop with a 3.2ghz quad core processor, 8gb ram, 50/12 ethernet connected Internet, separate Logitech conference cam and microphone with absolutely no other software on this laptop, not even anti-virus during meetings.
The laptop was washed the day it was bought and besides the operating system, Anymeeting, MS Office, Adobe Reader and Firefox, there is nothing else on the computer.
Thirty minutes into any webinar, it starts bogging down, badly. 60 minutes and it’s close to freezing, audio is breaking up.
Their tech people have “looked into it” several times and tell us to reboot when the computer starts slowing down – not an acceptable solution. We’re now reviewing other products in the hopes of finding something a bit more reliable and mainstream.
Might be good for very small groups and very short meetings.