Interactive Video: An Immersive Film Experience

Interactive video is an ideal tool to help enhance a corporate video productions that requires some interaction and input from the user. The term interactive video usually refers to a technique used to blend interaction and linear film or video. You can use interactive video for a number of different experiences. They can be used to create training courses and e-learning programmes. They can also be used to create immersive marketing experiences for consumers. The possibilities are quite endless, especially with the large set of tools given to develop these interactive videos. Check out our example below: Interaction video is normally developed in two parts. The content itself, so this may be in the form of a live action video, animated video or simple animated slide format or a mixture, to create the 'slides' and sections in between questions or interactive parts. This part of the content would normally contain the learning points, educational material or marketing content for the audience to engage with and understand to prepare them for whatever they will be interacting with. The second part of the interactive video are the interactive elements required where the user has clickable tasks and actions as a result of watching the video. For example these may be things like hotspots where the user clicks in a certain area of the video. It might include questions where the user has to select an answer in a multiple choice format or make a decision on what the next step will [...]