My wife and I love to travel, and we also love telling our travel story through photos, videos, and links to the places we visited.
What we don’t like is the days/weeks of coordinating multi-media files and putting it into a single presentable form. That’s why we were excited to try Saganworks to tell our most recent travel to Japan.
Trip to Japan
Our trip to Japan was just before the coronavirus outbreak, thankfully. Our plan was to visit family, go explore new ski places, visit friends in Tokyo, and visit the Mount Fuji region.
Prior to Saganworks
The reason I wanted to try out Saganworks was that, in the past, it would take several days to bring in videos and merge them with photos to tell our vacation story in a sequenced manner. With Saganworks I can organize these files, or Knowledge Items (KI’s in Saganworks parlance) spatially in a room or rooms, and do this in a manner of minutes or hours without the need for video editing.
Spatially Organizing our Trip
So usually we organize our storytelling by location of stops or by day of trip – it really depends upon the trip, the number of activities, and the number of locations visited. For the Japan trip, we had four major locations, so I organized my Saganworks room around these