We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new Food, Health & Safety videos.
2 November 2017
Welcome to the team, Esher Williams
Vidleos is very happy to announce that Esher Williams has joined our Vidleos UK team - based in London.
19 October 2017
Tag - you're it!
Why are search tags so important? Let's take a look.
17 August 2017
Inductions: "WOW" or "WOW, that was crap"
Data tells us that up to 30% of people leave their new jobs within the first 3 months, and often due to poor training and communications.
9 July 2017
Stay connected with Vidleos notifications
You may have noticed a new feature appear on your Vidleos main menu recently. After feedback from clients, we've added a Notifications menu so that you can quickly review any new activity in Vidleos when you log in.
22 June 2017
Shoot & Share with Vidleos
Our iOS and Android apps help organisations unleash the power of social learning and collaboration. Check out the video on how to shoot and share using the Vidleos mobile apps.
25 May 2017
Making Videos: Editing
So, you've captured your video footage, but now you want to make some simple edits. You can do this easily from your smartphone or tablet, let's see how.
9 May 2017
Making Videos: Screen casts
Sometimes your video needs to demonstrate a process or tool on screen. In this edition of Making Videos, we take a look at how to make great screen cast videos.
28 April 2017
Making Videos: Styles
Choose a style for your video that suits the key message that you want to share. Here are a few options to get you started.
17 April 2017
Making Videos: Sound
Getting the sound right on your smartphone video is critical. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to ensure your audio comes through loud and clear.
7 April 2017
Making Videos: Framing & Composition
Framing and composition is an important part of film making, even on a smartphone. Follow these simple rules when setting up your shots so they look the best they can.
30 March 2017
Making Videos: Keep it Still
In this edition of Making Videos, we focus on tips for keeping your camera still. You want to make your camera as invisible as possible to the audience by reducing movement, so they can focus on the content.