http://www.realestateappraisertips.info/ – Real Estate Appraisers Video Tip Of The Day 11/28/2009: Using Jing Video Capture To Communicate More Effectively
Jing is a video screen capture application that can be very useful for appraisers wanting to upgrade their method of communications with their clients. Video is most helpful in communicating your message and it’s never been easier to do so online. In fact, there are several “FREE” services for doing so – Jing and Screenr are 2 of them. Jing allows one to make a screen capture video of up to 5 minutes in length and upload that video to their servers and providing one a link to email to clients for them to view your video. Or, you can send that video to YouTube or download it.
What are the applications for Real Estate Appraisers? Explaining adjustments to underwriters! Explaining in video format a complicated or challenging appraisal assignment by aerial views. Training your secretary how to collect data for a certain assignment or method for specific types of appraisal assignments. Sending in bugs with your appraisal software. Explaining a process to all of your appraisal trainees at one time with a simple video sent to them each via video. HAVE ANY OTHER USES FOR SCREEN CAST VIDEO FOR APPRAISERS? PLEASE ADD A COMMENT BELOW AND LET US ALL KNOW ABOUT IT!
Below is a Snagit image of today’s Techsmith newsletter showing how Dawn Sadler saved 20 hours and 10 gallons of gas using Jing. By making short videos that she could just email the online links to those she was training. If she were training 10 different clients in 10 different locations, she just eliminated the need to commute to all 10 locations. PLUS, the video link can be stored for later use when one forgets the “how-to” of that process.
Here’s How Jing Displays Your Video Library: