Video in PDF
SOPs vs eLearning - No Reason to Compromise
Text and graphic documents (memos, SOPs, data sheets, and reports) have been the backbone of business communication for decades. They have only one serious drawback - there are some important topics that are easy to demonstrate, but difficult to explain in written prose.
The new generation of video and web eLearning gives better demonstrations, but it isn't as efficient at delivering mundane supporting details such recipes, lists, and contact phone numbers.
With the Video-in-PDF format, you can have the best of both worlds. Use traditional, proven document structures to communicate the supporting details and give clear video explanations for the 'tricky bits'. Everything in one, play-anywhere, file.
Lots of choice in Multimedia
iPOV can work from a wide range of source media, including the ones listed below.
- Screencast movies - Camtasia and BB Flashback
- Most types of digital camera video - AVI, MP4, MOD, FLV, MPEG, MOV, WVM and many more
- Many types of SWF Flash Animations
- Most Audio Files
iPOV will convert the media to a standard Flash movie, package it in iPOV's advanced Flash Player Control, and place it in the finished PDF. The ability to work so many different media types and the ability to support advanced features like synchronized subtitles sets iPOV's video-in-pdf apart.
Multimedia even an IT manager can love.
No matter how strict the IT security policy, you're probably allowed to use PDF files. These documents work well with SharePoint or Lotus Notes. No additional server needed. No external links. Everything is totally self-contained in a single, familiar file.