How is the SoloApp different from other services for distanced learning and Internet calling?
The idea for the project grew out of a practical problem for which there was no solution on the market. When face-to-face music lessons became impossible, students and teachers had to master conference calling services. It quickly became clear that popular programs were made for negotiation and grounded in video transmission. To improve audibility, these programs automatically compress and process sound a lot, extracting frequencies of human speech from the general spectrum.
The strong compression eliminates the ability to capture the nuances of the performance, making remote activities almost meaningless.
How SoloApp solves this problem:
- The program has audio transmission priority. If your internet connection is weak, the software automatically sacrifices the video quality in favour of the sound.
- Audio is transmitted in true stereo with a bitrate of 320 kbps - the maximum encoding quality for compressed audio.
- Echo and noise cancellation control, auto gain control function. The user has the ability to control the quality of their own audio, depending on the situation.
- Audio quality indication in real time.
You've probably noticed how hard it can be to watch high definition video but with a bad audio track, not to mention distorted or missing phone calls.
Quality audio is the key to successful communication.