Here’s my videos from Instagram from SOLIDWORKS World 2019. Nothing new to add, other than bringing them over for posterity.
Here’s my videos from Instagram from SOLIDWORKS World 2019. Nothing new to add, other than bringing them over for posterity. It appears that both uploading and download videos with Instagram involves significant compression, so the quality of the videos is “potato”, and not actually a result of my tool used to record these (my phone).
I’m manually adding my SOLIDWORKS World 2016 Instagram videos here for posterity.
Instagram recently gave users the ability to download their data in compliance with new European regulations. Since videos typically don’t come over during automated crossposting, I’m manually adding them here for posterity. There’s no new message other than SOLIDWORKS World 2016 had a lot going on, just like every other SOLIDWORKS World conference. The videos have potato quality. This is apparently from multiple Instagram compressions (both in upload and in the subsequent download too).
This morning, I started looking around Youtube to see what’s already popped up for SOLIDWORKS 2016 What’s New. There is already several great videos by several resellers. Here’s a few for Mate Controller, Foreshorten Dimensions and DimXpert.
It’s fun to take photos and video during the SOLIDWORKS World General Sessions, particularly if your favorite keynote speaker is doing something really awesome on stage or robots are flying over the audience. There was a rule that attendees are not allowed to take video (and sometimes photos) of General Sessions. Something is different this year.
This year’s General Sessions will be even greater social media events than in years past. This is really saying something since past General Sessions have already been powerful social media events. (In the early days of Twitter, the SOLIDWORKS World hashtag #SWW09 trended.) For starters, taking and sharing photos and video via social media will not only be officially allowed, it is going to be encouraged.
What does this mean for attendees of SOLIDWORKS World 2015, as well as those who could not attend this year? What other ways will social media be supported? More information will be forthcoming from official sources soon.