Along the way, of course, webpage captures and graphics need to be saved and organized. For any Mac user who does some of the same work they have the same question: ‘How do you do that?’ Well, it’s Voila! As in the app, Voila.
Making Work Fun And Fast
Time is money and the more I can get done in less time means I have more time and more money for me.
That’s a good combination. Saving time and making money keeps me in high quality chocolates, plush clothing, fabulous heels, a sweet ride, a little extra bling, and fine dining establishments.
What Voila does and how it does it is awesomely useful.
It grabs websites, records screen capture videos, and lets you annotate and organize everything into training materials, how-to documents, video demos, and is equally at home in the business world as it is in the classroom.
First up, screen capture in Voila does what you expect– select areas, freehand drawing areas, fullscreen, of course, and even specific shapes.
Everything captured can be edited and annotated from within Voila.
Voila lets you organize your captures into smart collections. Think file management and organization for graphics, screen capture, and webpages.
Videos can be trimmed and exported to other video apps for more precise editing. Audio can be recorded from your Mac or a microphone. Video screen captures can be any length, but you can also add text, speech bubbles, filters, and crop until the cows come home.
What’s left? Voila can be used many ways, from simple screen and video captures, to a quick way to create onscreen training materials.
Voila also shares– the standard FTP and sFTP to remote servers, but also basics including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Vimeo and others. Others? Evernote, Dropbox, Tumblr to mention a few.