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Eric Bedell
Synchronizing Video with PowerPoint
on Mar 15, 2011 at 2:16:36 pm

"Fortunately, online video presentation tools like KnowledgeVision are now emerging that are easy, affordable, and powerful. And I'm not talking about just dropping video clips into a presentation; I'm talking about a fully-synchronized reproduction of a presentation experience, with all the body language and nuance of the storyteller. Take a look at this 6-minute example (http://www.knowledgevision.com/demonstration) of an online video presentation and I think you’ll see what I mean."

-- http://blog.indezine.com/2011/03/putting-personality-back-in-online.html


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Mark Suszko
Re: Synchronizing Video with PowerPoint
on Mar 15, 2011 at 10:02:50 pm

This is not really that new, there have been products allowing one to d this for a while now.


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Mads Nybo Jørgensen
Re: Synchronizing Video with PowerPoint
on Mar 16, 2011 at 10:28:03 am

It looks nice to use as a tool, but the pricing seems a bit expensive - not sure what the money is actually spend on?

I would be interested in knowing if anyone are using any competing software products to merge WMV and PPT into the same web page?

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Martin Curtis
Re: Synchronizing Video with PowerPoint
on Apr 17, 2011 at 9:58:39 am

I just started using Camtasia Mac at work. They bring me PPTs with videos and we record their VO as it runs. I make a Flash presentation at the end of it which I burn to CDs for distribution. The video it outputs is standard MP4 so I could put it on a webpage by itself if so desired, or drop the whole Flash thing into a web page. I did need to make an alteration to the MIME types on the server - can't remember now, I think it was XML.

Camtasia Mac isn't as full-featured as Camtasia for Windows but it costs a lot less and I get to use it on my Mac. Adobe Captivate is much better still, much more powerful and you can create self-contained or SCORM compliant quizzes with branching, but it costs a lot more, has a steeper learning curve and is overkill for what I do.


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Gary Hazen
Re: Synchronizing Video with PowerPoint
on Mar 16, 2011 at 3:09:38 pm

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