Digital Media Solutions, LLC announces VIVID Books

Online system represents synthesis of text and video
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Aug. 2, 2010 - PRLog -- St. Louis, MO – Today Digital Media Solutions, LLC announces VIVID Books™, a web-based content management system that combines the best features of electronic documents and full-motion video into a single, cohesive user interface.

For long-form instructional video, VIVID dispenses with cumbersome file lists and "scrubber" bars, enabling YouTube or Flash-based video to be navigated and searched much like a book, using a table of contents, transcripts, keyword searches, and bookmarks.

And for traditional "text-centric" projects such as user's guides and training manuals, VIVID allows authors to go beyond text, illustrations and photos, enabling written descriptions to be augmented with short, context-specific video clips.

VIVID is an ideal solution for education and training in domains involving complex concepts, processes and activities, such as
-   Medical procedures
-   Science, mathematics and engineering
-   Do-It-Yourself home improvement
-   Product assembly / installation
-   Auto repair
-   Sports instruction

Possible applications include
-   Searchable video libraries (e.g., university lectures)
-   Training manuals
-   Instructional videos
-   Do-It-Yourself guides
-   User guides and knowledge bases

VIVID is available as either a turn-key, SaaS solution or as a custom solution installed on the hosting service of your choice. VIVID supports YouTube, Flash Media Server, and Wowza hosted video.

A fully functional implementation of VIVID Books, including documentation and examples, is available at

A brief, 90-second overview of the system is available at

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About Digital Media Solutions, LLC
St. Louis-based Digital Media Solutions is an innovator in content creation and delivery, specializing in user interface design, website development and 3D animation. Clients include HBO, AGEIA(Nvidia) and the Washington University School of Medicine.

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Chris Hayes
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