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What we do

Panopto is a software company that provides lecture recording, screencasting, video streaming, and video content management software, which is often used in E-learning environments

About us

Instant, Searchable Video Presentations
Panopto creates software that enables businesses and academic institutions to import, record, share, and view searchable video presentations in minutes from any device.
Businesses use Panopto to make secure, searchable video libraries available to employees for sales enablement, corporate communications, online training and onboarding, executive messaging, and social learning. Universities use Panopto to record lectures, make course materials available on-demand to students, broadcast campus events, train faculty, and more.
Today you can find Panopto in use at Fortune 500 companies around the world, and we’re the fastest-growing flipped classroom and lecture capture solution at leading universities.


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