When we first created Panopto, we set out to build something more than just another video platform.
When other services still required massive hardware investments, we created a simple, software-based, end-to-end video solution.
While other services still mandated fixed recording setups, we made it possible to capture video from virtually any device you can plug into a laptop.
While other services were content to limiting presenters to a single video stream in standard definition, we opened the doors to enable multiple simultaneous HD video feeds, with an interactive player that makes them all easy for viewers to consume.
And while other services were content to implement “YouTube-style” video search, we built the industry’s most comprehensive video search engine, capable of finding and fast forwarding to any word spoken or shown in any video.
One thing we didn’t set out to do was win awards. But we couldn’t be more thrilled that we’ve been honored with them anyway.
This month, Panopto is proud to have been recognized on two prestigious lists.
For the second year in a row, Panopto has been selected by the editors of Streaming Media Magazine as part of the Streaming Media 100, “The One Hundred Companies That Matter Most in Online Video in 2015”. Members of the Streaming Media 100 will chart the course for video, especially at this critical juncture of the technology’s evolution — we’re proud to be listed among those leaders.
Likewise, we couldn’t be happier to have been named a reader favorite and Gold-winning Lecture Capture technology in the Campus Technology 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards. Improving lecture capture was the spark that launched Panopto back in 2007, and we’re thrilled our platform continues to win the enthusiasm of the readers ofCampus Technology.
Video technology has come a long, long way in a very short time. We’re excited to be a part of the progress, but we’re nowhere near done. We’re going to keep making video a smarter, simpler, and more convenient way to teach, train, communicate, and inform.
This article was originally published on Panopto’s blog