Showpad brings you the ability to record video on the fly and share quick greetings, tutorials, presentations, and more with easy-to-customize thumbnails. Create Showpad Videos easily throughout the Web app, and once processed, you'll find them stored in My Files, Collections, or Shared Spaces depending on where you began your recording. You can also select a virtual background, review your video and design a thumbnail before sharing your masterpiece.
The below articles and video are provided to give you insight on how to create, customize, and share your Showpad Videos.
See how it looks
- Bite-sized videos make for easy communication
- Pause or mute recordings when you need a break
- Set a custom thumbnail with backgrounds and overlays
- Share video recordings like other assets
You need this to succeed
- Showpad Web app
- Webcam and audio device, with permissions granted to Showpad in your browser
- Showpad Video add on option for Content Plus or Ultimate pricing plan
- Showpad Video enabled by your administrator
System requirements for Showpad Video
- An up-to-date browser: the latest version of Chrome or Firefox work best
- Hardware acceleration enabled on your browser. Click here to learn how.
- A high-processing CPU and GPU, such as:
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 4700U / Intel Core i7-8750H
- GPU: Radeon Pro 555X / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
- A webcam and/or microphone plug-in, depending on your preferences and capabilities
These are suggested guidelines to help make ideal video and screen recordings, other system configurations can also give desirable results.
What's on the menu
The following articles are provided to help you learn how to get the most from Showpad Video:
- Record messages and tutorials with Showpad Video
- Customize your video thumbnail
- Share recorded messages using Showpad Video
- Enable hardware acceleration in your browser
- Use keyboard shortcuts for smooth Showpad Video recordings
- Troubleshooting PitchIQs and Showpad Video
If you want to record and send video messages on iOS, you can do so within My Files, read more here.
You can also perform this action on iOS from within Collections, read more here.