Smartphone Video at Learning Technologies 2022

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    Smartphone video proves popular at trade show.

    It was great to meet lots of fascinating people at the Learning Technologies show at the Excel Centre.   We found it an enjoyable and productive visit with a lot of  interest shown  in iDEC.  For those who don’t know, iDEC is our smartphone video training method.  It stands for individual, director, editor, camera-person.

    Engaging video content is an essential for business communication. iDEC empowers your employees to produce it.
    Organisations such as BMW, Barclays, Clarins, The Restaurant Group and Porsche are among many who now empower their colleagues with iDEC skills.  They use these skills to shoot, edit, and distribute high quality video content on their smartphones.
    They are now producing highly professional and engaging video content in many different settings.
    These include
    • Recruitment and onboarding.
    • Health and safety.
    • Operational “how-to” guides.
    • Social media.
    Along with many other areas of internal and external communications.  Using iDEC smartphone video across their businesses adds value to their communications strategy.
    To get more information about our iDEC Smartphone Video training courses, please fill in the form above.
    Or, book a discovery session to talk through how iDEC can work for your business.
    And, if you want to know more, book a demo of our fully digital online iDEC e-learning course.
    iDEC e-Learning

    While John led the presentation at the Leaning Technologies show, Ralph was busy live editing the video.

    The presentation, Smartphone Video in Business, explained how iDEC smartphone video is the ideal way for businesses to create employee-generated content.  And making a video in front of the 100 or so attendees was a great way to demonstrate just how quick and effective the skills can be.

    The video included a piece to camera and a brief interview.  Both were recorded during the presentation.

    Finally, music was added and a quick audio mix was done, all within twenty-five minutes!