Wow! It's hard to listen to any of that with such terrible audio quality. By the time I got to the third video I gave up. I just looked back at videos I made in 2008 in interview situations. I had a DVX100B and an Electro-Voice N/D767a microphone. It wasn't the greatest setup, but it proves it was easy to get good audio in 2013. Shit video is generally forgiven...not bad audio though. The funny thing is that audio equipment is almost always less expensive than video equipment but many video people know little about good audio.
I know my comment is not the point of the post, but content is king. Usually good content trumps bad video and maybe bad audio. This content was rather lame. Although I've cringed at videos I've made in the past. Maybe I'm just jealous that I wasn't Megapixel Man of the Year.
now that I have recovered from my visceral reaction to the 'old' Vunetrix marketing campaign, I'm curious how the 'new guys' can compete in the Enterprise (channel) market if their primary customer (those with multiple sites/federated architecture) are being sold to directly80% of the time?
That's what it looks like. Go to this page and look at the page source.
This was near the top of the page source:
// You can use this file to modify the appearance of the PRTG web interface // as described in https://kb.paessler.com/en/topic/33 // // Please note that you are using an unsupported and deprecated feature. // Your changes will be broken or removed with future PRTG updates. // // If you modify this file, PLEASE LET US KNOW what you're changing and why! // Just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and help us understand your // needs. Thank you!
So what is the special sauce that sets it apart? It doesn't seem like it would be bad software, but it seems expensive for something that DW Spectrum does essentially for free. Their hosted plan seems rather expensive.
Michael, do you use something similar to monitoring your camera systems?