If you have been using PowerPoint, InDesign, or Corel Draw there is a good chance that you have either seen or heard of the Vizmato software. It has been available to some of the high end manufacturers that use CAD software to create and design the visual communication components for their product presentations. Vizmato's developers claim that the software will appeal to those that do a great deal of product presentations. The creators of Vizmato say that this particular visual communication software package will allow the designer to incorporate various components that can be combined with the slide show style presentation, as well as including the ability to add special effects and graphics that would be difficult to integrate into the existing software that is available for this particular visual communication feature.
One of the best things about Vizmato is that it integrates perfectly with PowerPoint, as well as the other types of visual communication software that is available on the market today. This is especially helpful when you are trying to create a presentation or slide show, which requires the use of some special graphics and effects, such as text with a certain formatting or a bouncing image effect, in order to achieve the desired effect. In fact, the programmers at Global Delight Technologies Pvt. Ltd., which is the company that produces Vizmato, claim that Vizmato will work with most if not all of the other products that are designed to be used with PowerPoint.
The biggest difference between Vizmato and other products available for video editing is that it is not a video editor in the true sense of the word. Instead, it is a tool that allows you to easily create a video slide show presentation without the need of having to use any kind of software for this type of entertainment. You basically select a picture or movie file, and then begin to import video from your computer or the Internet. When you save the file, you can either view the video directly on your PC by clicking on the "Video" icon or you can save the presentation as a movie for transfer to a VCR or DVD for burning. If you do not have a DVD burner, then you can burn the video to a CD, but you will lose the audio portion of the presentation.