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Video Based Interactivity

Developing interactive videos and animations for learning and performance support needs


These days, the demand for video-based learning is rising. Short and engaging clips on different subjects are scaling across social learning and blogging platforms. In our post-covid world, video-based learning has become the most convenient learning format in the corporate sector.


Users generally prefer “on the go” videos. So, to satisfy this preference, firms are trying to develop elearning content that can reach all their "work-from-home" employees even in distant locations.

From the overall look and branding of the video, to its training objectives and curriculum: everything needs to be clearly defined beforehand.


At Emmersive Infotech, we create video-based learning courses and online assessments. We develop storyboards and produce videos by making use of professional services. We also develop tools to administrate your content and check the effectiveness of our video training material.


  • Convenient:  With video-based learning, learners access our videos online at their convenience. This instant accessibility makes learning attractive to everyone. They can quickly watch the videos instead of going through long, wordy notes.
  • Self-paced:  Learners are attracted to video-based learning because of its self-paced nature. Unlike traditional courses that contain lots of info, video-based training can be relayed in bite-sized pieces.
  • Product Education:  Micro-learning videos are ideal in demonstrating new products to your workers. They can watch short tutorial videos again and again, until they feel confident in handling the new product.
  • Increase knowledge retention:  Training of any kind can get monotonous. This barrier is broken by video-based learning which provides an engaging variation in course material.


  • Video-based elearning stimulates better information-gathering, knowledge sharing, and brainstorming.
  • It helps students learn, by participating in a two-way communication platform.
  • Visual interaction improves understanding and helps the participants feel connected to each other.
  • It decreases the delivery cost and overcomes the centralized location-based training needs.
  • Video-based training improves speaking, presentation, communications and management skills.