Only a couple of weeks have passed since we unveiled our Interactive Video player and here we are again with a major update, making it even more awesome. ?
1 Interactive Video Skins are here!
Our built-in Skins allow you to fine tune the look and feel of the video player, to match your brand. Certain Skins even allow for video skipping, a cool new functionality that users will absolutely love since they can jump forward/backward in a video by a few seconds.
2 Animated Interactive Video elements.
All our Interactive Video templates can now become animated, making sure that no user will ever miss the point you want to make! That’s right, each template comes with a cool default CSS animation, however you can also choose your very own.
Also, some cool improvements to make your lives easier:
3 Reset formatting of text elements
We make your life easier allowing you to reset the formatting of an interactive video element. Based on your feedback we’ve added the option of resetting the format of an element: Not satisfied with how the look of one of your elements turned out? You can now Reset its formatting to its default state and start over.
4 Whole Video Duration elements
Yet another improvement in the Interactive Video editor with our Whole Duration setting. Wanna show an element for the whole duration of a video? Then there is no need to messing around with minutes and seconds. Just click the “Whole duration” checkbox and the element will automatically “stretch” in time and become visible for the whole duration of your video.
5 Improved element dragging
Another improvement to our Interactive Video editor coming straight from your feedback: our new Drag Handler for text-based elements makes it much easier for you to select and move an element around; and stands out of the way so that you can select and format every tiny piece of text in your elements!
And don’t forget: LearnWorlds keeps getting better every single day. ?
Panos Siozos is the CEO and Co-Founder of LearnWorlds. He holds a PhD in Educational Technology and has worked extensively as a computer science educator, software engineer, IT manager and researcher in many EU funded research projects. Before following the startup route, he was working in the European Parliament as a policy adviser for research and innovation.