Vcasmo – a handy way to record presentations

| October 3, 2016 | 0 Comments 

Screenshot 083Vcasmo means that you can film a presentation and synchronise it with the slides a presenter is talking about

Useful for recording the goings-on at a conference. But also in a classroom environment, perhaps when preparing for an interview or other presentation.

We have used it with great success in a “challenging” setting, and therefore we wouldn’t have clearance to show you how the children flourished using it. A great boost to their confidence to see themselves and their presentations “as one” though. Also a good opportunity to discuss presentation styles and techniques. Powerful!

Any presenter sometimes has to think twice about putting their presentations on-line. Not because they don’t want other people nicking them, but because people might think that they have had “the full experience”. I think that you can never fully understand the impact of a presentation unless you were there.

I think we may have a next step towards recording an event on a level that goes beyond just putting static PowerPoint slides on-line though, with Vcasmo.

There is an awful lot more that you can do to extend the virtual presentation experience.

Use video, audio/music, PDF, PowerPoint, photo/images in the presentation.

Slides can be synchronized with video/music.

User-friendly visual editor to arrange the slides in a timeline.

Video seeking Skip to any part of the video without having to wait for the whole video to be downloaded.

There is the power to take things even further, as you can link to other webpages inside slide.

Presentation can be for public, private, friends or group of selected people and password protected.

It is possible to embed presentations in your webpage or blog.

Receive comments about the presentation from visitors.

Go play…

Category: 2) Useful n Interesting

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