Recording: Video production in recording studios.
Editing: Videos are played, edited and prepared for delivery to students..
Internal System: Liquid integrates easily with LMS (Learning Management System – LMS or CMS) such as Moodle and webAula, adding the benefits of online video to distance learning.
Webpage: Students have individual access to a Media Center—integrated with the LMS—where videos are available.
Management: Control all video-sharing across projects for courses, materials, units. Simple interface to search, highlight, and publish videos.
Content: Automatic and dynamic caption insertion facilitates the understanding of the videos, plus integration with PowerPoint.
Storage: Regardless of the number and size, the videos are stored in scalable and secure infrastructure with Cloud Computing architecture.
Safety: Videos are safe from downloads and replication, making it impossible for them to be used in an outside environment, not controlled by the university. Login and password are available to students ensuring that they attend only the content they are assigned.
Report: Statistics of traffic consumption, storage, requisitions, complete views of videos, and which categories/videos have greater appeal than the target retention rates.
Scalability: Infrastructure to support the demand and ensure the video delivery for students, even with low bandwidth Internet access or access spikes.
Multi-devices: Video distribution for any device connected to the Internet—iPhone, iPad and Android, for example—increasing the students’ points of contact with the content of the lessons.
Live Streaming: Real-time video broadcasting. Lectures, announcements, and warnings can be broadcast live, even from company’s Facebook wall.