October 30th, 2011 by Seth Kenvin
video.Market7 fundamentally responds to the need for clearer communication and tighter organization throughout every stage of producing media, from determining concept through approval of completed footage. Linkages among stages is key. A great example is our release of script export to teleprompter, strengthening the transition from pre-production to shoot. Users can easily determine exactly what aspects of a script to export: which scenes, and which elements within scenes (ex: whether or not to include character names), and then the resulting text file is compatible with pretty much any commercial teleprompter software or system.
April 14th, 2011 by Seth Kenvin
In addition to implementing script pagination, highlighted in our prior blog post, last week’s video.Market7 release included completion of the foundational features of our new Annotative Player.
All uploaded videos now dynamically provision, meaning that any moment of a video is immediately available by dragging playhead, even if a video is especially long and high bit-rate — streaming dynamically initiates from current playhead location, and does not wait for download to catch up to that point from the start.
We have also recently completed our trio of screen sizing options — compact or full-screen, or the in-between full-browser view that combines benefits of both by providing a large & high-quality view of video while also availing full functionality for perusing and creating comments.
This is a very useful feature set for people who work with feature and programmatic content, and desire ability to get to review and commenting of any point of that content, while seeing it at a quality level consistent with ultimate experience viewers will have.
Here are demonstrations: