Add An Extra Window Of Information To Your Videos With Viddix


Viddix is a service that lets you upload your videos and then create cuepoints out of Web content that appear beside your original video. These cuepoints can be text, images, links, polls, RSS Feeds, or HTML. This can be useful for a number of reasons: You’ve created a video and want to add photos representing the topic you’re addressing, you want to get feedback about your video (this is where the polls would come in), or you may want to upload your travel video and embed maps alongside it to show where you’ve been. Your original video is completely uninterrupted so you can really add any sort of content without worrying about disturbing anything.

Viddix is in Beta and could use a help section as well as better navigation throughout the site. It’s extremely easy to add content to your videos but it’s not quite as easy to find your way from point A to point B. I’d still recommend fiddling around with it though because once you get past the initial navigation problem, it’s a fun way to change up your videos. Here’s my screencast tour of Viddix:

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4 Responses to “Add An Extra Window Of Information To Your Videos With Viddix”

  1. Hi Molly,

    Great to see this screencast and your feedback.
    We are looking into a clearer navigation. It would be very helpful if you could mail me some specific unclear points in the website.

    Keep me posted.

    Kind regards,

    Sébastien Willems

  2. Absolutely, Sebastien.

  3. 3 tj

    only moderately interesting. not good demo. 1/2 cooked.

  4. Sorry tj – I’ll give you a full refund…oh wait, everything on this site is free. Oops. Next time I’ll just rewrite a press release for ya.

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