Many times we do not find adequate words to transmit to our acquaintances the information they need to know, and for this, we have to resort to video recording to show them that information in a more assumable and understandable way for them. After recording, we have to make it available so that they can be accessed from anywhere.
Box is from today one more option to consider, since it has announced through its official blog the integration of its service with the well-known service of creation of screencasts (video recording of what happens on screen) Screencast-O-Matic (www.screencast-o-matic.com). It is an integration that is aimed at users of the Pro version of both services, which will allow users to make their own recordings from their desktop systems and later upload them to Box in a secure way, where they will be able to control who will share those recordings.
In this way, Box becomes one more option for users to choose when uploading their recordings, and they can also choose to upload them to their most direct competitor, Dropbox. In any case, Screencast-O-Matic continues to allow free recordings of up to 15 minutes to be shared through its own service or directly uploaded to YouTube. In any case, it will be necessary to have an account in the service itself and link the rest of the services to be used, depending on the type of account chosen.
Go: Box’s blog