Expect more from your video player. With Panopto’s interactive video player, your viewers can see the presenter, the presenter’s on-screen content, and any other media streams — all synced within in a single interface, in full HD.
Viewers can switch between video feeds, and even zoom in on a preferred stream for a full-screen view. Panopto can even generate a table of contents and video thumbnails, making in-video navigation a snap.
Panopto’s HTML5 video players create an engaging viewing experience through multi-screen HD playback and interactive features that are designed to improve learning experiences.
No two devices are exactly the same, which is why Panopto automatically detects each viewer’s device, browser, and video capabilities to deliver an optimized playback experience using HTML5. Watching on a Mac or PC? You’ll see our full interactive player. On a smartphone? You get a video podcast. On a tablet? Custom iOS and Android players.
Web connection a little spotty? Not to worry. Every video uploaded to your Panopto video CMS is also transcoded for adaptive bitrate streaming, ensuring fast startup and minimal buffering, regardless of connection speed.
Just copy and paste to easily present your videos just about anywhere. Panopto’s HTML5 video player can be embedded in any webpage in seconds — even inside your organization’s learning management system (LMS), content management system (CMS), or web portals. There’s no easier way to bring video to the places where your people already go for information.
Help your viewers feel at home. In less than 60 seconds you can customize the look and feel of the Panopto video player to match your branding, complete with your own logo and brand colors.
Panopto’s interactive, embedded, and mobile video players all support the playback of 360-degree videos. View and rotate simulations, demonstrations, virtual tours, and anything else recorded with virtually any 360-degree camera. And for a fully immersive experience, queue up a 360-degree video in Panopto on your mobile phone and pair with a VR headset like Google Daydream, Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift, or Samsung Gear VR.
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