Video Online Presentations Go Mobile -- KnowledgeVision Supports iPad, Android Tablets

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KnowledgeVision Systems has announced "app-less" video online presentation support for the majority of mobile tablet devices, including Apple's iPad and iPad 2, as well as Android 3.0 devices such as the Motorola Xoom. This means that online presentations synchronizing video, presentation slides, and just-in-time footnotes may be viewed directly from a tablet device's web browser, without forcing users to install a separate app and load a presentation in a different way.

KnowledgeVision and tablet computers are a natural combination. Now, the full fidelity and power of online presentations are available to just about every tablet computer user.

KnowledgeVision Systems, which makes the world's most flexible online presentation system, is now supporting the vast majority of tablet devices with video online presentations. Users of the Apple iPad and iPad 2, as well as Android 3.0 devices such as the Motorola Xoom, may now view online presentations directly in their tablet-based browsers, without loading a separate "app", or application.

KnowledgeVision presentations synchronize video or audio, PowerPoint and other presentation slides, and just-in-time footnotes together into powerful interactive experiences for websites and email campaigns.

"KnowledgeVision and tablet computers are a natural combination," said KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich. "Now, the full fidelity and power of video online presentations are available to just about every tablet computer user."

"We felt that tablet users shouldn't need to install a whole separate app in order to view online presentations," added Kolowich. "When a viewer encounters an online presentation, he or she should be able to view it right away, in context, without launching a whole separate piece of software."

Until now, online presentations have proven elusive to tablet users, because most of them are rendered in Adobe Flash, which is not supported on Apple's tablet operating system, iOS, and until last week was not supported in Google's Android operating system. KnowledgeVision uses a "smart" player, explained Kolowich, which can switch to a compatible HTML5 player when it's being viewed on an iPad.

Click for a complete demonstration of KnowledgeVision for the iPad.

KnowledgeVision's player has now been tested with Android 3.0 with Flash 10.2 on the Motorola Xoom, noted Kolowich, and "performs like a champ." Flash 10.2 for Android tablet devices was released by Adobe Systems on March 18.

About KnowledgeVision Systems

Based in Concord, Massachusetts, KnowledgeVision Systems serves the world’s growing need for on-demand and live knowledge by creating rich, engaging presentations that synchronize video or audio, PowerPoint and other images, just-in-time footnotes, and virtual handouts into interactive presentation experiences. These are viewable on the Web at any time with any type of computer. KnowledgeVision is the world’s most powerful and flexible online presentation platform. KnowledgeVision presentations are used in the Americas, Europe, and Asia for sales and marketing, training and professional development, and communications with customers, employees, and investors. For more information, visit http://www.knowledgevision.com.

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