Big thanks to Frank Lipski of Flipped Fire Training for his unsolicited demo and review.
Frank Lipski and the guys from Flipped Fire Training really have a knack for boiling down things into understandable and useful ways. Of course we were very pleased when they told us they made a new video about using the new features in SimsUshare version 1.4.2, particularly the walkaround feature and the iOS video recorder. Without further ado, here it is (thanks so much, FFT guys!)
You can see the improvements we continue to make with SimsUshare, this month we introduce a ‘video record’ feature for the iPhone/iPad (iOS) version. The motivation behind this is to let you capture sims and then embed them in presentations, so you don’t have to be running the app to use a sim. Once you get the sim into a video, you can then use other tools to annotate, do voice over’s, and otherwise use the sim in other ways. For Windows and Mac, video recording has some easier options (check out our FAQ). Read more
Do you want the chance to get SimsUshare for your whole department — for free?
We just launched a contest on Facebook for you to show us interesting and effective ways you can use SimsUshare, and you could win SimsUshare for your whole department. There is no purchase necessary, so you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain!
We are pleased to have released last week an important update/upgrade for our current and future Windows and Mac customers (iOS and Android coming soon): the ability to include multiple views/locations in a simulation. Many people really enjoy the simplicity of creating sims with SimsUshare, but have asked for the ability to do ‘walkarounds’, or 360′s, of a building as part of a single sim, rather than switching among sims to get different views (or creating videos of each side, and using PowerPoint to sequence the views). Read more