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Using H.264 Codec Remote Conference System to Realize Credit Transfer of Global MOT Course at Yamaguchi University and ASEAN Universities

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Naoki Ohshima

Graduate School of Innovation and Technology Management, Yamaguchi University, Ube, Yamaguchi, Japan.

*Corresponding author: Naoki Ohshima

Abstract

The Graduate School of Innovation and Technology Management, Yamaguchi University has been studying with ASEAN universities to establish a framework for the development of international human resource for Management of Technology in the ASEAN region. In order to complete this framework, it is necessary to consider both software for class credit transfer, code sharing, and curriculum sharing, and hardware for a stable international distance learning system. In this paper, we discuss an international distance learning system using H.264 codec video conferencing system to implement high quality mutual distance learning between Yamaguchi University and several universities in the ASEAN region (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam). Currently, the installation of H.264 codec videoconferencing system equipment in each university is almost complete. In the classroom of Yamaguchi University, one H.264 codec, two high-resolution cameras (one is a lecturer view camera and the other is a classroom view camera) and two video devices (a large flat panel display and a high-resolution laser projector) have been installed. In this paper, we report on the trial results and future prospects of remote sessions using the H.264 equipment installed at our university.

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Using H.264 Codec Remote Conference System to Realize Credit Transfer of Global MOT Course at Yamaguchi University and ASEAN Universities

How to cite this paper: Naoki Ohshima. (2021). Using H.264 Codec Remote Conference System to Realize Credit Transfer of Global MOT Course at Yamaguchi University and ASEAN Universities. The Educational Review, USA5(9), 367-372.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.09.006

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