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Video Blog: Use Any Source to Record Video

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Use Any Source to Record Video
Transcript: Hi, I'm Matt Moskitis the Director of Demand Generation here at Vbrick. I'm also one of the main power users of our platform internally. Specifically, I'm responsible for all of our events: I run the webinars, user conferences, product updates, and our town hall meetings. Since the pande

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Hi, I’m Matt Moskitis the Director of Demand Generation here at Vbrick. I’m also one of the main power users of our platform internally. Specifically, I’m responsible for all of our events: I run the webinars, user conferences, product updates, and our town hall meetings. Since the pandemic brought us all home last spring, we’ve increased our usage internally greatly going from one town hall per quarter to just about one every month.

Similarly, with the trade shows all being canceled, we’ve increased our use for Webinars and other demand generation tactics greatly as well. With our platform, Rev, you can upload video from any source, whether it’s your cell phone, your webcam –like I’m doing now– or perhaps a video conferencing or Web conferencing platform like Cisco WebEx, Zoom, or Microsoft teams.

When you bring the video into our platform, you have a whole array of content management features to help you get it found by the right people. You can enable comments, ratings, or downloads. You can apply it to a playlist. You can embed it into your SharePoint site or your website. You can mark it as public or private and make sure that only the right eyes see the content.

Next, you’ll hear from our product team, (Dr) Kevin Mayo, we’ll talk about how video is a bandwidth-intensive medium and how we manage to distribute that video to offices or home offices of any size.

Reimagine Video with Vbrick.