With Twistage, it is almost trivial to integrate video into any existing web-based or mobile application. For example, organizations that currently use an internal documentation system (like an intranet) might want to let their employees share media with each other about products, training, marketing initiatives, etc. Whether the media sharing is public or private, hosted on-premise or in the cloud, the integration with Twistage is straightforward and effectively identical.
One client's integration of Twistage included a Powerpoint-style web application that displayed a video of a narrator that was synchronized with slides. Using Twistage's support for video and image content and the API, the client was able to build a tool that allowed the video to play in concert with the slideshow. As the video advanced, so did the slides. If the user jumped back in time while watching the video, the slide also jumped back accordingly.
In addition to supporting development of web-based applications, Twistage includes broad support for mobile apps. In fact, developers have access to all the source code and documentation for iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch) and Android video uploaders. While full-featured apps in their own right, these uploaders are designed to be extended, branded, and customized in accordance with an organization's specific needs. A social network might want massive adoption of an uploader app to allow its users to upload videos even when they are far from their computers. At the same time, a news organization could want to make sure that only its journalists have access to the app, ensuring that only a select few can submit content from their smartphones.