Thanks for your patience over the last few months while we’re organising the main phase of VideoTrace beta testing. Thanks also to everyone for your positive enthusiasm and encouraging comments along the way. To bring you up to speed, here’s a quick summary of what’s been happening and what’s to come.
We’ve been continuing development on the VideoTrace software and conducting internal user testing to pick up any obvious issues. At the same time, we’ve put the software into the hands of a small number of external users to get the beta testing started. Don’t feel bad if you haven’t yet had a chance to try it out, you’re amongst the majority. On the other hand, if you’re one of the few that’s currently experiencing VideoTrace then well hey, allow yourself to feel a little bit special for a moment!
At the moment there are a couple of “slow points” in the process of getting people up and running with the beta software and we’d like to eliminate these before pushing it out to a wider audience so that we have more time to respond to your questions and comments. Once this happens, we’ll be sending out further information about how to get your hands on the beta. We’ll also be providing mechanisms for you to let us know more about your specific needs and what you think of VideoTrace.
Over the coming weeks you can expect to see a few changes to the website and the way we communicate with you. For instance, you can now follow us on Twitter. Keep an eye out for more soon.