Sometimes when you are tasked with making static or semi-interactive multimedia presentations, the traditional software out there shows how lacking it is in this area. For those marketing professionals that need a robust and stable piece of software to manage their interactive kiosk or multimedia billboard, then Zoom Commander should be at the top of your list of considerations.
How to Download Zoom Commander
You can download the program by following the Download link below this review.
The Program Review
It’s not only a powerful, stable piece of software but also it is easy to use and doesn’t require hours of specialist training or understanding to use.
In this article, we’ll go over what the software is, who it is marketed to, what it does, and whether or not you should incorporate it into your workflow.
The easiest way to talk about Zoom Commander is to talk about what it does and how it can be used. That’s not always evident from a brief scan of the software so we’ll delve into that after we discuss what’s it is like to use the software.
The user interface here is clunky and somewhat unfriendly. You can learn it, sure, but it will take some time to master.
That is all well and good because the payoff is definitely there. It’s a highly specialized piece of software and that means that having some familiarity with it might buy you a certain kind of cachet within industries such as marketing and technology.
People who do the kind of work that Zoom Commander handles know about it and you probably should, too, if you are looking at some of the following applications for it that we will soon discuss. To sum up the general user experience, it could be better but, given the software’s abilities, it could be a lot worse (and less useful).
One popular application that the software devs discuss on their page happens to do with static media presentations.
Imagine things like a kiosk that offers directions or a billboard that advertises something – either static or changing – and you get some idea of the kind of media that Zoom Commander does.
It’s great for presenting short clips of video information or news ticker-style feeds in public places. In its essence, it is the equivalent of a PowerPoint presentation that is designed specifically for repetitive, non-interactive purposes.
Announcements, the weather, directions, static information about a service or area, and even real-time information like stocks and financial data can be transmitted and displayed through Zoom Commander.
If the data you want to display is contained and finite, then Zoom Commander is perfect for it.
That is to say that the software does not favor long-form content and is not appropriate for multimedia presentations with a lot of different moving parts or transitions. Even so, it can be adaptable to everything from real-time updates to emergency information that needs to change quickly.
The major strength of the app is that it makes all of this very easy and visually outstanding for the end-user. While usability is a consideration, results-oriented users will be impressed with Zoom Commander’s ability to turn out high-quality multimedia briefs in little to no time.