Many popular series first appear animated as an OVA, and later grow to become television series or movies. Tenchi Muyo!, for example, began as an OVA but went on to spawn several TV series, three movies, and numerous other spin-offs. Producers make other OVA releases as sequels, side stories, music-video collections, or bonus episodes that continue existing as television series or films, such as Love Hina Again and Wolf's Rain.
That's why I'm writing these reviews, complete with screenshots from the time I've spent actually using the software. With Explaindio, I've spent several days trying the program on for size. I've attempted to use almost every feature I could find and even contacted their customer service via email to learn more about the support for the program (read more about this in "Reasons Behind My Review & Ratings", or in the "Using Media > Visuals" section).
More Effective Training: When it comes to medical and pharmaceutical fields, students need to learn more than what it would take just to pass a test. They’ll be applying the information for years to come, sometimes in life-or-death situations. They need to learn rapidly, and the constantly developing medical and science fields require more effective teaching tools than textbooks of the past. With medical 3D video animation, they can quickly learn processes and information.
There is a excellent video training (about 2 hours) how you can use Explaindio 4.0 for the best results. This training isn’t a part of the program or an upsell. It’s a stand-alone product made by Scott Hamlin and called Explaindio For Professionals ($27.00). I can highly recommend this quality training. It’ll save you time and many and fore all give you great ideas and examples how to use the software without any prior experience.