Release of Panopto 4.4 Simplifies Mobile Learning, Event Recording, and Online Video Editing
NEW YORK, May 21, 2013 — Panopto, a leading video platform provider, today announced at Streaming Media East 2013 the release of Panopto 4.4. The update includes a native iPad app, the first ever “Panopto Certified” video capture device, and software-based video switching.
Panopto Launches Native iPad App
With Panopto’s iPad app, users can:
The native iPad app brings these capabilities to the iPhone as well, automatically adapting to the iPhone’s form factor.
“Mobile video has passed an inflection point in the enterprise and education,” said Eric Burns, co-founder and chief product officer of Panopto. “With today’s launch of the iPad app, we’re bringing Panopto’s unique interactive video viewing and inside-video search capabilities from the desktop to the millions of tablets and smartphones Panopto users already own.”
Panopto Releases New Video Capture Device
Panopto also introduced a plug-and-play, integrated video capture and recording device through a collaboration with Epiphan Systems Inc., an innovator in professional audio video capture, recording and streaming hardware. The “Panopto Certified” Remote Recorder is the first video capture and recording device to integrate with Panopto’s video platform, enabling customers to:
“Our customers have always appreciated Panopto’s flexibility to run on any PC or Mac,” said Burns. “Through our collaboration with Epiphan, we now offer a best-in-class hardware option with a portable, turnkey recording device from a leader in the professional AV industry.”
“Epiphan is excited to collaborate with Panopto on this jointly-developed video capture solution,” said Mike Sandler, CEO of Epiphan Systems Inc. “By combining Epiphan’s hardware expertise with Panopto’s video software, Panopto can offer customers the Remote Recorder as part of an integrated, cost-effective solution to video capture, management, and search.”
Online Video Editor Now Includes Multi-Camera Video Switching
The Panopto 4.4 release also introduces new functionality to its web-based video editor that is typically only found in high-end video recording and switching appliances. The new functionality enables post-production switching between multiple video sources.
Like high-end video appliances, Panopto supports the simultaneous capture of multiple video tracks during an event or presentation. Then, using Panopto’s web-based editor, a videographer can control and fine-tune when to transition between video sources. The result is that organizations can get professional video post-production and playback capabilities at a fraction of the cost.
Panopto is exhibiting its new release today and tomorrow at Streaming Media East in Booth 319.