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Ziggeo Webinar & Transcription

[00:01]

What’s going on, sumolings, welcome to another product walk through webinar, I am Lindsay and I am joined by the team over at Ziggeo. Ziggeo is an award winning video API solution that offers video recording, hosting, streaming and playback in one easy to use platform. We are going to take a walk through a bit today. Before we do, I want to tell you three quick things. The first is that you can tell us a little bit about your use case and your business over in the chat room.

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The second thing is, if you have any questions about the tool, please leave those questions in the Q&A box down below the video, and then we will circle back to the questions at the end of the webinar. The third thing is that there will be a replay of this. So if you need to step away, you can. I think that’s it. All right. How are you doing, Oliver? I’m doing great. How are you?

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Awesome. I’m doing well. Thank you. Thank you so much for joining us. Can you tell us a little bit about what simoleons are loving about Xavier? Well, I think we have a pretty comprehensive suite for gathering user generated video for a variety of different use cases. I think the main ones that we see on our platform are recruiting. So if you want people to apply for a job or for any type of position, if you want them to leave like a virtual video interview of some sorts where you ask questions for screening, you can use our tool for that.

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Another one is educational. If you want to have, for instance, homework assignments that people have to answer on video for foreign language learning, for instance, can use our video tool for that. Another example is video chats, for instance, an online dating or something like that. And then another big use case is sales training, where you have platforms where, like senior sales managers give out pitch and then the junior ones can give their pitch back and can get feedback on that and how to improve.

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But it’s just one of the use cases, really. We are general purpose and you get a video recorder that works everywhere and you can get a video included, whatever you like. Awesome.

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Thank you so much for telling us all about that. The sounds so great. I’m going to pass this over to you to take us through the walk through. But in the meantime, similar things. Again, you can tell us about your business over in the chat box. And then if you have any questions, leave those in the Q&A box down below the screen. All right. Take it away. Thank you.

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So you can integrate our stuff primarily into your own website or apps if you if you have apps. And there are also some posted solutions that we have, if you don’t have a website and want to use our stuff that it will talk about at the end. But I’ll go through a very basic integration of our system into a website like your website. So I have signed up for an account at Zigi. And what you get then is something like this.

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So you’re signed in and you get an overview that kind of looks like this. You have what we call an application, which is kind of like a folder for videos. And you get an overview here. It’s obviously empty once you created a new account. And if you click on overview, it gives you the most basic information, particularly your application token, which uniquely identifies your application. So that means when we integrated the website, we will use that to identify your account, if you will.

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And I’ll be writing a little bit of code to show you how to integrate it into your own website. There are easier ways to do it. For instance, you will be able to plug it in so you don’t have to write any code. But this is the most basic example. And I’ll start off with a website that looks like this. So it’s completely empty. I just put in some great query just to make it easy, but it doesn’t need to query or anything like that.

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And in order to test all this on my machine, I’m running a very plain server here. I just started it. This command that you can use any type of Web server, we just need to run on a Web server in order to access the camera. Otherwise, the browser will not give you access to the camera. Cool.

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So serving up the website just shows me how foobar for now, obviously, because it’s nothing in there yet, but we will now move a video recorder in there. So the first thing that we need to do is go in our documentation pages here and get the header code. The header code basically sets up your your application on your website and includes the necessary JavaScript file from our system to to make it work. So I’ll copy and paste this here to the hat.

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And not much happens now of course, because this is just including the JavaScript file. And then the next thing that I want to do is include a video recorder. So instead of foobar, I write Ziggler Corner and we have a variety of options. Now you can style that recorder, how it can behave and so on and so on. But I’ll do something very basic and giving it a theme so we have different themes to offer. I use the modern theme here for the demo and I’ll put some size on the on the whole thing.

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Again, these are just one of hundreds of options. And I would say that we have that’s kind of it. And we say, let’s go back to our website here that we built. Refresh it. And oh, yeah. So now it says it can recognize my key. So I need to go to the dashboard, use my application token, which uniquely identifies my application and put it in here. So to use my application this is your key obviously is unique to my.

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A.M. here, when you have an account and Ziggy Key will be obviously different, not to refresh again, to record and upload. There are different options to display here. This is just the default. So you could, for instance, disallow uploading video. You could allow screen sharing if you want. This is just the basic setup. So if I hit record video here, we see myself again, we’ll do a quick recording here. We get a count of three seconds by default just to get ready.

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But you can disable that or take a different countdown clock stop. I can pick a cover shot and it’s uploading to our servers. And what happens now in the back end is that this video will be transported to to a format and two resolutions that are appropriate to be played back on all different kinds of devices. We pride ourselves to work on all different kinds of browsers, even Internet Explorer, eight smartphones and so on. So we take basically care of the heavy lifting in the back backend.

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So now we can play the video. So you just saw that. And we can now also see that video. If you go to the dashboard and click on the videos tab, we see that the video has been submitted here, which is the video that we’ve just seen. This is also a good opportunity to show you a little bit what you can do here with video submissions on the dashboard. So particularly you can download that video. If you want to save it somewhere, you have the option to upload it, for instance, to YouTube.

[07:45]

If you’re on YouTube channel, you can connect it to our system, upload it there and I’ll get to two more of these options later. You will be able to apply logos, for instance, to videos, if you like, and push it to to outfit services like Dropbox, for instance, if you want your videos to end up there. OK, so now we have this. It would be interesting to also embed the video on the website just to the recording, but we might also want a better player now because if I go back, this was my recording.

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If refresh the page, I obviously end up with playing video recorder again. So how can we get the video on the website now when I get like an embed code here and it’s very similar to the recorded code, just as the audio player in terms of, again, a lot of attributes that you can put on this to silence and to give it different functionality. But the most basic one in this particular case, I could just put it in like this, but I want it to look very similar to the recorded music for the demo.

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So I’m copying the same option, same sizing, same theme, saving this refresh. Now, I’ll get the video here. So I have a video player on my left side.

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This is the really most basic way to do this. I will go a little bit further for for some of the developers here that might want to automate, for instance, displaying a lot of video submissions right. When they come in instead of going to your dashboard, for instance, and grabbing the token of the recorded video, when we can also do is something that’s been recorded, get notified of that and use the token to, for instance, automatically.

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And that’s the player. So the way this works is we let me comment this out. So this so now the player should be gone again.

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Let me put in a little bit of JavaScript, and we use basically our application to to listen and to get notified when some oops was unintended when something gets recorded. So let me put that in. Some people here. OK, so what I basically do here, we wait until the EPA’s ready, and then we need to find this recorder instance and give it some idea for the quarter. And we with this recorder emits a bunch of different events. For instance, one is the verified event.

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This is when the video has been recorded and it will give us a token of the video. We’ll just put it in an alert here. So we see that works.

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Let’s give it a try and let’s use the upload video option here for fun to not always record a video, but this video here, uploading system. And once it’s verified, but basically get event has been verified.

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I made a mistake and the can’t give me one second. Oh, yeah, typo. We call it or at times. So it’s a contest and the purpose of using these JavaScript events would be if you want to dynamically on your website, react to it. See, this is not a token of the video that we just uploaded. And you could use this to automatically embed a player for this. I want to execute. I just show you a sample code, what it would look like.

[11:45]

So you engineering folks, you get an idea so you could then do something like this. If I want to use a query, I could then dynamically use append, for instance, to attach the player to the page. That’s the idea behind it. And show you one more thing with codes and then I’ll leave you alone with all the coding just to show you the power of the system. Or we could also do is display a wall of all the submissions.

[12:16]

So you don’t just want to see specific videos that we’ve embedded, like the whole list of video submissions, for instance. And you can also do this with with this API quite easily. And I’ll show you quickly how to do this. So what you use for this is, again, the Zygi app, which gives you JavaScript access to your application, and then you can run the index method on your videos, which can give you an array of all the videos.

[12:49]

And you can then use something like this to attach all of them to your website. Let’s see how it works. Of course, I made a mistake. See the same one typo and that’s fine. Ciggie. Yeah, and, you know, all the videos that we just uploaded and recorded show up on the website. This is the same as the three videos that we have here. So there would be a dynamic way of displaying the videos. Again, you see that these videos have the one that I uploaded twice and my videos have different aspect ratios.

[13:28]

So you could now add more attributes to configure how you want them to be displayed in a different uniform way so that it goes more into the details. OK, so far, so much for the coding.

[13:40]

Let’s go a little bit in our dashboard. So I told you already about all the videos here. And if you go to the MENAGED part of your dashboard, you can configure the whole system in a variety of different ways on particularly interesting way, I think is effect profiles and that it can give your videos a different look at the different recorded and it can be done automatically. So the most typical one would be to apply a logo to the video. So I’ll create a quick profile with a logo.

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So you created here we give it a name and we add a process here, which is called watermarked process. The reason we allow you to create multiple processes for effect profile is that if you want, for instance, to apply to logos to the video, simultaneous to the same video, like one in the left and the right corner, for instance. And you can do that. But I just apply one sample here.

[14:38]

And you can specify where you want the logo to be placed and things like that, so we have to here remember that that identifier. And if you want now for your new videos that are recorded, just logon to be applied automatically. You go back to your recorded code to see the effect profile and you put in that identifier that you picked.

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And if in our video we yeah, we will get a variation of that video with the logo attached to it. And we also always get the original without the logo, but we’ll get basically a variation of the video with the logo. And you can also specify multiple effect profiles if you so desire, if you want to have like one variation of logo, a variation would be, for instance, then that’s certainly a possibility. We also have other effects that, for instance, turn your video into like a white or cartoony as your video.

[15:48]

So a variety of different things that are possible. So this shows me the playing video you can also configure to show the variation with the logo directly. Let’s go back to the dashboard. And so what else is interesting for you? And I think particularly interesting are integrations that we have for uploading your videos to automatically you can obviously always download the videos and upload them yourself, but you can also connect it to the services and then configure what you call a push service, which is an automated way to push something, for instance, like Dropbox here, an automated way to push videos to your Dropbox account, for instance.

[16:35]

And you give an example. You can, for instance, explain here how the file names should be populated on your Dropbox account for the videos that come in and so on.

[16:45]

And what else? Yeah, so this is the basic gist. And now you might be interested in the different types of integration that you have because we have a lot which time into your services. So I’ll I’ll go to our integration page and it’s pretty long. I’ll just highlight a few. That might be really interesting for you to Dropbox I mentioned. I think that’s quite important if you want these videos to end up in your Dropbox account. We do have an integration with embedded.

[17:16]

It’s a service to embed a variety of different products into your website. If you use it, you can use our stuff directly. We integrate with a bunch of formulas, if you want, from submission’s and you want some of the questions to be basically video questions, then we yeah, we integrated a variety of formulas we have. Let me see what else is interesting for you. I mean, for all the developers, we basically integrate with all major frameworks that are out there and we do integrate with Squarespace.

[17:50]

If you have a website there, you can always Tumblr on Twitter. We have an extensive WordPress integration and last but not least, xabier integration. So you can use it in a way to basically react once the video’s been submitted. It’s an event on Xaviera and then you can do X, for instance. And so these are basically the main integrations. And lastly, I’ll give you a brief. Yeah. And just want to mention this news cases page.

[18:24]

I mentioned some at the beginning, but if you want to see more typical use cases for a system, please visit that page. I think that’s all for the walkthrough for now. Happy to dig in deeper in any specific feature. But yeah, you should look at the questions.

[18:44]

Of course, as soon as they turn on the mike, my dog barks, sorry, everybody. All right. We do have some questions here for the Q&A. Thank you, everybody who has left some here. And thank you to Ben, who has been going through some of these and giving you answers. The first question that we have here is, is there any way to capture higher than for 80 times three sixty through a Web embed on a mobile device, iOS specifically?

[19:10]

And so the 480 people subquestion question. For 80 times, 360 is what it says, three times 360. So in general, yes. So the just to clarify the weight and height that I use in my coding, this is just the size of the embedding, not the resolution of the recording. It’s a different parameter you can use to specify that. And our system will then try to make use of the camera at hand as a device to use a resolution as close as possible to what you what you desire so you can do actually recordings and so on.

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Now, when it comes to Iowa, as that is a really good question, to have two two modes to record on iOS, the standard one goes by a captor basically, and that is tied to the camera roll native camera function. And then unfortunately for a few iOS versions now it’s limited to to the resolution. Yet that two for AP with and we cannot do anything about it. However, we also have an option to use webcast and see streaming on mobile.

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And if you enable that, we’re not tied to the native camera. And if you use that option, you need to enable that in your app header, then you can pick out a resolution. Stand for AP. Awesome, thank you. What is the difference between free WordPress plugin and the charged version? We saw the Red Cross plug ins that we have, we don’t charge anything additional for those. So you basically does your account, obviously, to use them, but we don’t have like a paid WordPress plugin, you could even install them without a zigi, like you won’t get very far because you don’t have an application.

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But we only charge basically for the usage of KBIO, not the addition of WordPress plugins.

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Oh. Great, the. OK, sorry, they’re going through these when I create a video, can it be automatically pushed to YouTube?

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Yes. OK. Yeah, the ripples being choppy, that’s because of Zoome apologies if if there’s I’ve noticed that it happens. I’m so sorry. Can you explain the minutes per month? Does that apply for videos that are recorded, streamed or both? So this is yeah, so they’re basically for four recorded video, and it doesn’t matter whether it’s depends on whether the question streaming is whether it’s web see streaming or normal recording. That is the same it.

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So it doesn’t matter which protocol is being used. We always count that as recording minutes. All right, thank you.

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You mentioned codings and required could you show how to do everything you’ve been demonstrating without code and well, if it depends, so if you use WordPress, then you can do it without you. The only thing you need to do is essentially copy and paste that application, token into your plugin and you’re good to go. If it’s your own website, you need to do some konik. I mean, you need to be able to put that in there. If you don’t have a website.

[22:38]

But you, for instance, want to use a form, you can use any of the formulas that we integrate with and drop our stuff in there. We also wanted to mention that I forgot we also have something called Hosta pages and host of pages is it’s really just a very simple HTML based whole thing that we have. And we have some templates. So I created one here. So this basically looks like a simple form where you can put in your name and your email address and once you hit next, you basically get a video record and you recorded you can customize this with the code that you have on the side and you can activate this, for instance, out of the box with zero coding.

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Beautiful. Thank you. Do we have all these code templates on the website, the person asking as a marketer, not a developer?

[23:32]

Yes, I mean, we the ones that are used here, they are all in our documentation. But I’m happy to also post them the full code that I use today as a comment to the Twitter page. So, yeah, we have it.

[23:47]

It’s all in our documentation. But it might be it might take longer to find it because there’s so much in our documentation. So it’s not like one, two, three. So I’ll post my code.

[23:57]

Kuya, is there a way to create a frame or border around the photo that can be applied similarly to adding a watermark? Can the frame be a different proportion?

[24:08]

Yeah. So we currently don’t support that. It’s on our roadmap to have more versatile post-processing of the videos, but we currently don’t have that.

[24:19]

Awesome. Thank you. Can you please clarify one hundred minutes per month again. Yeah.

[24:26]

So you can basically record one hundred video minutes per month. So that means it could be one hundred minutes, 100 hundred videos one minute each. It could be just one video of that length or a thousand videos of the respective shorter length. If you want to do the math, that’s what it is.

[24:47]

So that it sounds like the answer to this question might be yes. If we upload video lessons for a course, is there a limit on the number of one to two hour video lessons? There’s not a limit of the number, but basically once you reach in total one hundred minutes, the that that’s the quota basically per month, if you need more, you would need more more coupons or and we’re working on that for like really higher usage on a pay as you go option in that case where we have to post the details.

[25:22]

But yeah, that sort of limits.

[25:26]

Let’s say I’m conducting a qualitative survey with several questions and I want the person responding to the survey to respond. One video recording per question, is it possible to make all responses from that person be shown beside each other?

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So the way we usually do that, yes. Is essentially yes. So one of the attributes that you can put on the video recorder, our tax. So we would recommend in that case to tag each recorder for that specific person with the person’s name or the person’s ID. However, you do implement this and then on our dashboard, you can basically group by that attack. So you could see all the videos of that specific person, one go and nothing else.

[26:15]

Oh, all right, next up, we have the API key will be visible if we do inspect Element, is that secure? What if someone uses my API token?

[26:27]

Yeah, that’s a great question. So, yes, that is visible. And that is only. Yeah, I should mention that if you go back here, I will I will deactivate this like this here after this presentation so they will not work anymore. So you’ll also have a private key here. So for the more techie people, we also have servers that stays where you can basically do a bunch of restful actions on everything, but you will use both the application to it into private key on your website and you should always only use the application token.

[26:59]

Remember the private key and the application? Yes, everybody can expect that, but you have ways to protect abuse of this. The most basic way to do this would be to go into the allowed domain section and only allow your domains. If somebody else is trying to get outside of this, it won’t work.

[27:18]

You can even go a little further if you want to. If you really want to make sure, for instance, that the person that is entitled to record that video is the only one that can really do it, it will take to a little too long to explain exactly how it works. But you can go into a section of tokens and you can create tokens that specifically limit the usage of a specific recorder, for instance, or a specific player to only people that you think are entitled to do it.

[27:44]

So it’s your own system that you can put around security here. All right, so kind of on the same wavelength, kind of same our how are videos protected from people looking at the code and downloading the video?

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Yeah, so in the like, vanilla setting there, not everybody could do that. And it’s easiest for testing with everything to keep it that way. But once you use this system, you can protect them. So the way that basically works is, let’s say somebody signed into your website and they are entitled to to to see that video, maybe only also once you can limit the number of times they can, for instance, access a particular resource. Once they get to see the video, it’s tied to their session.

[28:28]

So if they listen to your email to somebody else, they won’t be able to access it. All right, can we see how to enable Web RTC? Yes, so let’s see what we have here. Yeah, so these type of options, these like general technical options, what type of screening protocols to use. These are options that you will put into your application. So you can see what I’ve been able to hear. On any particular reason because of the need for a demo, but basically this has been purchased on mobile and we see streaming if necessary.

[29:05]

So these options mean, don’t you actually see streaming if you don’t have to, but if you have to use it? So an example for that would be on Chrome. It doesn’t have to use it. So it didn’t lose the opportunity streaming when I was doing the demo, if it would have used Safari, for instance, which doesn’t doesn’t have normally purchased the only one streaming, it would use it if you want to use it, which is streaming everywhere, and you would just use the option to purchase it streaming through that.

[29:32]

That’s a. Awesome. What kind of. So these two questions have to do with the absolute ordeal itself, the first one is what kind of support do we get if we buy the absolute deal? And the second is, what are the restrictions to the deal?

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Yeah, so you get the like the normal technical support. So if you have a technical question, feel free to all this right. Or support. We have a really, really good support team. They’re all very technical and can help you and we will always help you with that from what we can do is like like write code for you. So if you say, hey, I need you to build a website that includes a video recorder, we can’t do that.

[30:17]

We are not like a development shop that can build outside solutions without a specific technical question. We will always help you and as much help as you need, really. And in terms of what was the second question, sorry.

[30:34]

What are the restrictions, Mr. Actions, on the absolute account? Yeah, so in terms of features, there are not many restrictions we try to to put in basically what we have on the website. The main things missing in terms of features are enterprise grade features, for instance, video trends and security. If you need something like that, you’re probably really an enterprise customer and not. Yeah, it would probably be a different deal in that case so far for the main features are included.

[31:05]

And also going forward, when we get new features and I can talk about it for a little bit after question, we will include them and so that there are no major restrictions in any type of features. And if you find anything that feels unfair that something seems to be missing, let us know. And so the main restriction is really the volume. And we you have to do that because these are the main cost drivers on our end as well.

[31:33]

And this is a lifetime deal. This can go on for a very long time. And that’s why we have these limitations. As you can imagine, particularly transcoding requires quite a lot of power so that we would cost associated with that on our end.

[31:49]

All right. Thank you. All right, you did mention that you would touch on the road map. I think people would love that.

[31:57]

Is that that’s that’s a that’s a that’s a good question. So the main things that we want to add are an audio only. We have a way to enable audio only on our current recorder. So you can use it already if you want to. But it’s not a fully fleshed, dedicated audio only solution. So we’re working on that. And that will be included in the absolute deal. Of course, once it goes live on the same idea, we will have like an image only solution for all the media assets that you want for user generated media assets on your system.

[32:32]

We want to be the provider for that. So it kind of makes sense to include that as well. And then the two main things that we want to include are video editing, because currently you basically get the video the way it is. So we want to include a way for the users to corrupt the video. That would be the main thing. And then down the road to nice effects so that people are like not the effects, like adding the logo in post-processing, but while the user is actually working with the video.

[32:57]

And then last one of these live video and audio, then obviously because this is recorded and you can play it back, but if you want to like, rebuild zoom video in some sense and you obviously need life. So these are the main things that we’re working on. Wonderful. Thank you to my students, upload their videos using the app and have it live in their own Vimeo or YouTube account or at these relatively small videos that wouldn’t take up much space in my video account.

[33:30]

To the arminio account, I see, so you would I mean. Yes, but you you probably want some and think about different solutions to do it. So you probably don’t want to give your students access to your zigi, your account. My guess I mean, you can invite them, but you probably don’t want to really give them access. So you and they probably don’t want to give you access to their Vimeo account so you can configure the integration for them because you don’t have permission and you wouldn’t give them permission.

[34:01]

So we don’t have to cut a long story short. We don’t have like a chanta belly button yet. It’s a cool idea to have that. We don’t have that yet. So your students, you could give your students a download link for the videos and they could upload it the to the video account. But currently, we have no way of automating something like that.

[34:21]

Something to think about, I guess, their email notifications that get sent when a video is uploaded.

[34:29]

Yeah, you can not by default, some of our customers would get like thousands of grandstanded and you can configure that.

[34:38]

So this is someone who can manage part email notifications. So, yeah, you can you can configure this here. Awesome, thanks. How does video messaging work so we don’t have we don’t have a video messaging solution to to be clear, this is just something that customers have implemented. So they have say you have already implemented a text chat solution and now you want to add to the text set chat solution video. It’s similar to adding to what you have already a form if you want to add video to it in a similar way, that’s just one use case.

[35:16]

We don’t have a specific set up for for video messages.

[35:20]

All right. Thank you. Thank you. That’s that. That’s what I missed one. Tell us more about the screen recorder, which browser’s doesn’t support on which devices. Does it work on mobile devices?

[35:35]

So it currently works on on Chrome, on old print, on Firefox. We’re working on supporting more browsers. We’re also working on mobile. But we don’t have that support yet. But, yeah, you’re absolutely right. We won’t feature parity as far as possible on all devices always. So this is something that we’re currently working on.

[35:57]

Could we have a friend from Germany who would like to know? What if I realized after six months that I need more than one hundred minutes?

[36:07]

Yeah, that’s a great question. So I think we got that asked a lot. And so we will post and we finalized it yet, but we will post a pay as you go upgrades. You can always, by the way, upgrade from your from your normal account to like a normal in your account if you want to. But if you don’t need that, we will post and pay as you go option. Essentially what that means is whenever you reach an overage, you will be charged over a fee, which will be like fractions of a dollar per minute.

[36:38]

It will be a very small amount. You will be able to post it publicly what that is. So you will have an option to upgrade to something like that. So you will never be stalled or anything. Q Is there a way to force HD resolution with Web RTC on mobile? And you can you can configure it and we will try to use the resolution close as possible of the device at hand. It really depends on the device, whether it’s possible.

[37:09]

So it really depends on the device. But yet we will try to request that resolution from the device and try to request the closest possible. Cool. I want to answer a couple of questions that have come in. I have the wherewithal to answer the first is that, yes, there will be a replay of this. You can watch it as many times as you want. You can also leave if you need to. But we will miss you the second somebody ask and more could be purchased for more minutes.

[37:34]

Yes. So I have that right here. One card gets you one hundred minutes per month. Two codes gets you two hundred fifty video minutes per month and then three to five hundred. And then it’s just going to it does that little thing. And so yes, you more stock to get more minutes with the Zygi Mobile. Can we record videos, audio messages and upload to our server. Yes, and it depends on the technical details, of course, but many of our customers uploads the videos that are recorded on our system to their own servers.

[38:17]

There are different ways to do that, depending on server you have, obviously. But one way to do it, for instance, would be to use Web hooks, which notify your server when, for instance, the video’s been recorded to a bunch of different events. And yet the main thing it will tell you, that’s the token of the recorded video. And then you would use one of our server side. Is the case, for instance, to download the video to your server and we have suicide SDK for all the major languages.

[38:45]

So I’m sure your server side, which is one of this because we have USB.

[38:49]

Can you speak a little bit about GDP compliance? Additionally, is it possible to totally opt out from having data being transferred to the US?

[38:59]

Yes, we actually we are compliant and we have a lot of customers in Europe and all around the world, and that’s why we have two dedicated hosting regions. So when you sign up or when you redeem your coupon, you will be asked which region you want to redeem it to. And we currently have US and Europe. And yeah, so these are completely separate hosting state. Don’t communicate a single bit and yet you will be tied to that region then.

[39:31]

So if you want to be want your stuff to be hosted in Europe, please select a European region where you would give your code because it’s hard to change it later because they are separate. So it’s not easy to move your stuff over. It’s if you change your mind later.

[39:44]

Cool. So our civilians are interested in these minutes overjust per month because they’re thriving and growing businesses and they want more minutes. So, for example, one of the use cases that was cited earlier was potentially an online dating site, which would probably accrue a lot of video minutes. And there are other use cases that those video you can get, by the way, up to 10 codes. You can get twenty two hundred a little more than twenty two hundred minutes a month.

[40:16]

Say you exceed that. What are we looking for at minutes, overages, et cetera.

[40:22]

So the exact details we will we will post on the on the deal page today or tomorrow. So very shortly. But it will basically be very similar to our normal volume based pricing, a very similar kind of setup. So if you want to check that out, you can see it on our website. We’ll have the same kind of structure. Awesome, thank you. Thank you. You know, people just want all the videos, does it? I love it.

[40:52]

I’m glad. I like the enthusiasm, please. And dating sites are necessary. So does Ziggy or not work on Safari says that they need somebody to says they need flash and it does work on safari.

[41:06]

And you can it is true that in a default configuration, safari will use flash because it doesn’t have the normal courtesy. But if you enable if you use basically the header code I’m using here, and particularly either one or both of those options, it will not use flash. On the demo, we still use Flash, and I think, well, he’d have changed already or are about to change that, I’m not sure. But if you use these options, it will not use flash on safari.

[41:41]

I’m laughing at something that somebody said in a chat to the panelists. What if I want to redo the recording? Will it be counted towards my limit? I love it.

[41:51]

And it will be because it’s because it is already streamed. It is an interesting idea. It’s something that we could implement either to or to our list.

[42:06]

It’s actually that we could do like only upload after review kind of option and that it would not be counted for it. We really only counted the mass data transfer, so I don’t think we do that yet. But our attitude to our future is that’s a good idea to do. But also, by the way, if you want people to try it, we have a super option on the recorder, in which case none of the data will be transferred.

[42:31]

But you still go through the recording. But long story short, we don’t have the feature you’re asking for, but it’s a good idea.

[42:41]

Thanks. Is there any restriction on playback?

[42:46]

It is also a restriction on five minutes and I would need to look at the exact number. Sorry, but I don’t know offhand, but we basically tried to restrict all the metrics that calls cost an hour and.

[43:04]

But I want to mention that a lot of our customers, because I was taking the issue, a lot of our stories, mostly our recording, the recording, pushed to see the whole thing or whatever.

[43:19]

And next thing you want to build on our you can play.

[43:30]

Well, all right. Mean all of these kids will be integrated on real estate website and the website that was there for the tour of their houses, their houses that there’s some echo.

[43:46]

Some echo. Yeah, I noticed that. Yeah, I noticed that. Short, some of my friends and I were at quarter over, quarter over.

[44:03]

No, I don’t think so. I don’t think. Can you repeat it, he repeated. All right, I’m trying sorry I’m sorry to get rid of this and go back to my. All right, so so the. I’m going to ask just a couple more questions, more questions, and this is and I don’t know. So people are wanting to know, people are wanting to know if there’s is this more offers is being made, is that something that sets you apart and is on the market?

[45:15]

The question complete? I think it was it’s just mostly for developers. And how does this differentiate from other tools? Our main audience probably is developers, but we have a fair share of customers who are not developers, who use something like WordPress to use our host of pages we use for others. So it’s definitely applies to a developer audience. But yeah, I think our main differentiator is that this is completely customizable. You can do anything, I mean, related to video, anything you want.

[45:49]

But the solution, you’re not tied to any particular set up a flow that one of the more B2C like solutions would give you. Also, one of the major advantages for professionals is that this is a completely white label solution. So if you have a website, you’re not like asking somebody download whatever app or go to the whatever service to record your video. Now it can live on your website and your customers would never see it. This is an outsourced technical component.

[46:23]

And yeah, for the for the techies, you can also, like, really change the themes, use your own themes for the whole thing, even tap into the flow of our our components so it can be extremely customized and tied to your needs. Awesome.

[46:37]

Thank you. And I think that we resolved this issue. It seemed that it was just the mike on the other one and. Yeah, right. Thank you, everybody, for confirming that. We really appreciate it. And clearly not the tech genius here.

[46:51]

But I tried my minutes sticky or can I raise my minutes and use them again during the month?

[46:58]

And they are sticky and particularly, I mean, recording and playback, this is something that already happened. So this is streaming happened. There were supposed cycles being used on our end. So, yeah, even if you record and then delete all of them, it’s still accounts. Well, so we I know that we wanted to jump in to use cases again briefly so and we talked a little bit about the real estate website. So this one is about H.R. one example as a solution is for H.R. Can you explain how this would be used in this case?

[47:37]

Yeah, so a lot of our customers are our platforms. So when somebody, let’s say a potential employer creates a job post on these platforms and the employer says, I want these videos to be answered by video. Now the applicant comes to to the websites of the job portal. They will basically get one of those video recorders that you just saw with a question to be answered. And there will be restrictions on the length of the video and how often it can be rerecorded, for instance, up to up to our customer.

[48:10]

So this is the typical way to use it. Now, if you don’t have your own applicant tracking system and you can obviously use more lightweight solutions that we support. So, for instance, the formulas are a great way to to do hiring. So to give you an example, if you know in the business world, Seth Godin, he used our system at one of the formulas out there to to hire people that worked incredibly well. And you can also use our host of pages, obviously.

[48:42]

And then we also have I didn’t mention that we have a super, super easy applicant tracking system, I think in Python that can be deployed on Hiroku, that gives a signal. So you could also just deploy that for free on Heroku and have like a super easy, super lightweight applicant tracking system that you a recorder again to to facilitate the video answers. On setting up a can I limit how long response, how how long responses and user can submit?

[49:18]

Yeah, yeah there have been a couple of those. All right. Where did that question just go? Oh, somebody answered it, but I wanted to do the and use case for people are still interested in these dating sites, which I support, as we all know. Let me grab that question, by the way, for dating sites, it’s not just video messages is a use case, but also video profiles.

[49:52]

If you have, like profile pages on the dating site or a dating app, you probably also want to have like a video intro of yourself. Wonderful.

[50:01]

So if somebody wants to use Zygi for a certain amount of months, then at some point in the future. Sorry, OK, they’re thinking about playback, sorry, that seems important as a dating site. I’m thinking about playback so I can use yours for X month and at some point in the future, easily choose them to go to my s three buckett automatically for playback. You can do that, yeah, cool. All right, this we’ve answered, yes, nailed it great, even though they are hosted in different areas, there still is CDN distribution, right?

[50:42]

Yeah, that’s correct. So if you choose, say, the European hosting compared to the US hosting is not a big difference in how the app responds to people all around the world. It’s really just for for a different legal system in some sense. So what that means is if people record the videos for obviously the recorded videos will be directly streamed to our servers in Europe. So there might be a little longer latency if somebody on the West Coast records a video.

[51:12]

But it’s almost negligible because you the way you I mean, you almost don’t feel it really. So it’s really a legal question whether you want it to be hosted and CD and it’s all around the world for both deployment environments.

[51:27]

All right. What’s the difference between three users? OK, referring to the first formula on Atsumi. Could you explain what’s the difference between three years? And unlimited users and how does it work with one hundred video minutes per month for five thousand playback minutes per month?

[51:51]

And so did the users are not counted in terms of people recording videos that can be as many people recording videos as you like, as long as you were below the number of minutes, basically, but there’s no limit on the number of users. This is about sharing access to your to your admin dashboard. Cool. I think that’s all we have right now for questions, but I know that I’m going to say that and people are going to have questions.

[52:24]

So I’m going to stall really quick, like I tend to do at the end of these webinars. But I think I think we just went through like 50 something questions. If you all got more, where oh, where are you going to post the code? You’d mentioned earlier code. Love the codes.

[52:43]

I’ll probably post it. That’s a good question. So we definitely make a post on the on the ExxonMobil page, I might put it in a blog post on our website. So in that case, I would post a link there. If not, I would post a full quote on the on the deal page.

[53:02]

Great. All right, everybody, keep your eyes peeled for that. And thank you, everybody, for joining us for another walkthrough. If you have not already redeemed your code for Ziegel. I don’t know what you’re waiting for. You can go right now. Apsey dotcom slash video. And it’s starting right now at sixty nine dollars for a lifetime deal. Obviously, you can stack that to get more minutes and more play back minutes each month. Thank you so much, all of you, for joining us.

[53:32]

Sure. Thank you for having me. Yeah, you all are awesome. Let us know on the deal page how this is going for you. And if you have any more questions, you can leave them there as well. Thank you so much.

[53:42]

Thank you, guys. About.

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