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KnowledgeVision Issued Patent for Presentation-Based Video Editing Approach

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KnowledgeVision Issued Patent for Presentation-Based Video Editing Approach

Patent covers Knovio's system for editing and re-recording video- and audio-narrated online presentations

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LINCOLN, Mass., Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- KnowledgeVision Systems, the smart media platform company, announced today the issuance by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of a patent on KnowledgeVision's system for editing and re-recording video- and audio-narrated online presentations.

U.S. Patent No. 10,033,825, "Slice-and-stitch approach to editing media (video or audio) for multimedia online presentations" discloses features that are at the heart of the Knovio smart media platform. This approach was pioneered in the Knovio Mobile app for iPad and iPhone, and has now been applied to web versions of Knovio as well.

Listed on the patent as inventors are KnowledgeVision co-founders Michael Kolowich and Alex Kieft, and developer Andriy Rohayla.

"One of the distinctive features of our Knovio video presentation platform is the fast and easy way that users can re-record and edit their narrated presentations -- even long after they are published," said Kolowich, KnowledgeVision's CEO. "Key to this is the ability to record an entire script for a sequence of slides, and then go back and re-record, delete, or even change the order of individual narrated slides in an online presentation. We're proud that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has recognized this innovative approach to be both unique and ground-breaking."

KnowledgeVision's Knovio is a platform for creating, hosting, sharing, organizing, and tracking video and online interactive presentations, which is now used by over 300,000 users in more than 2,000 companies and learning institutions around the world. Knovio users create interactive multimedia presentations in minutes by uploading a presentation deck (such as PowerPoint or PDF), adding video or audio narration, and enhancing it with interactive features such as chapter navigation, dynamic footnotes, quizzes, calls-to-action, registration forms, and downloadable attachments. These presentations can then be shared through email, social media, websites, portals, and through CRM's, marketing automation, or learning management systems.

 

SOURCE KnowledgeVision

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