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Knoodle offers a training solution that provides a presentation with a split screen; you can have text or PowerPoint slides on one side of the screen and video on the other, then sync the video with the slides so they automatically advance at the right time.

Dual Panel Video + Slide Presentations for Pitches, Corporate Training, & E-Learning | Knoodle

How do you get all your remote team members on the same page? When it comes to online training and learning, finding the right tool — or set of tools — to easily put together a robust presentation can present a challenge.

Sure, there are web conferencing services, such as GoToMeeting, where you can share your desktop, present audio over phone or VoIP, and even push out polls, but what if you want to produce a more media-rich presentation that you can share with your virtual team for training purposes? And archive it? And repurpose it?

Knoodle offers a training solution that provides a presentation with a split screen; you can have text or PowerPoint slides on one side of the screen and video on the other, then sync the video and audio with the slides so they automatically advance at the right time. The Knoodle presentations are more engaging than screencasts or audio slideshows.

You can combine multiple assets — PowerPoint slideshows, video, images and text — and also add also add test quizzes or surveys into your presentations to allow viewers to become active participants in the information exchange. You can capture video as you produce your presentation with your web cam, or opt not to use the video component and just sync up audio.

Once your rich-media presentation is complete, you can share a link to it, export it as an MP4 file and email it, or embed it on your site, your blog, or within your intranet. You can also reuse and repurpose assets you’ve uploaded to create new presentations quickly and easily. As an admin, you can create and manage groups, invite group members,and manage and track who has viewed the presentation you’ve created. You can share the presentations internally (for training your team, for example) or externally (for providing publicly accessible training, demos and educational tools).

Knoodle offers a 30-day free trial. Pricing ranges from $14.99/month to $149.99/month, based on usage and the number of people watching the presentations. You can upgrade or downgrade at any time.

  1. The pricing seems extremely high for people who might want to use just the embeddable widget style training/support presentations. I would use this in a heart beat if it were priced like Animoto where I could purchase the creation of these individually to embed on my own site.

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    1. (Disclaimer: I work at Knoodle)
      Aliza, thank you for the nice article about Knoodle. It was great speaking to you a few weeks ago.

      If I may make one small correction regarding pricing, as well as to address Chris’ comment – our subscription plans actually start as low as $4.99 per month…the ones shown on our pricing page are sample or suggested packages. Since our plans are usage-based, you can create your own plan using our pricing plan calculator.

      We’d like to offer a special promotion code to GigaOm readers for 20 percent off should you choose to purchase a plan: GIGAOMTWENTYOFF.

      At any rate, we’d love to hear feedback on our service!

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    2. Chris – Glad Tony commented here. I did have $4.99/month in my notes and see I did indeed forget to mention it. Tony – thank you for clarifying and for the code for our readers!

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