Thursday, February 23, 2012

5 steps to make your event videos Super

1. You organize an event (well, we cannot help you with that :)

2. Hire a cameraman and record the event (we help you hire the person and record it right)
3. You provide us with the data (send it by post or upload it to our FTP)

 4. We process the data

5. We publish the videos after your validation of the final product on

Thursday, February 16, 2012

How to share the best moment..

Hi folks,

We have added a simple feature allowing you to share a moment in the video. What is it good for?
  • There is something interesting or funny you want to share with others...
  • You are a lecturer and people often ask you to explain something. If you have already spoken about it, then send them a link with a particular time in your lecture. They can watch directly the part of your lecture where you are explaining the problem. You save their time...
To share the moment just click on a checkbox under the video...

...and then use one of the share buttons on the right.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Barcamp Vsetín 2012 - 2/3 done

We have made available 2/3 of video content recorded at Barcamp Vsetín 2012 (in Czech). We are still waiting for the last third but do not hesitate to watch 20 already published video recordings now. The official program is here. These video recordings are also on Vimeo, so you can directly compare which service is better.

Thanks for watching!

PS: Do you know or planning to visit another conference like Barcamp? Do not hesitate and tell us its name! We can process it as well.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

ASRU 2011 recordings online

Good news everyone!

We have finished processing of ASRU 2011 video recordings and posted them on our website. There are 8 one-hour-long talks given by top researchers from Microsoft, Google, IBM and top universities. We are proud that video content from such a highly specialized workshop is hosted on SuperLectures.

ASRU 2011 was held in December 11 - 15, 2011 in Hawaii. The ASRU workshop meets every two years and has a tradition of bringing together researchers from academia and industry in an intimate and collegial setting to discuss problems of common interest in automatic speech recognition and understanding.

I wish everyone nice watching. Any comments or feedback are more than welcome in discussion below.


PS: Would you like to have your conference video recordings on SuperLectures? Do not hesitate and contact us!