15 Best Training Video Software 
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Listing top video training software
Simple and straightforward interface
Saving videos to popular formats
Great output quality
Useful screenshotting feature
7-day free trial period
The interface is down to business
The controls are easy to learn
The app comes pre-installed on Apple devices
Lack of some advanced video editing features that come with paid software
All-in-one online teaching app
Plenty of integrations to measure statistics and improve your courses
Intuitive online interactive video maker
Making interactive videos is only available with the Learning Center premium plan, which costs $249 per month. If you want to add an integrated mobile app to the deal, this will cost you extra.
Screen recording is simple and effortless
Has no paid options, the only requirement is creating an account
Since the app has no paid integrations, there’s no way to get more cloud memory storage space
No highlighting or drawing options: the video is recorded as-is, so you’ll have to explain more than you would with software that supports highlights
Using the app on multiple devices lets you record the video on a desktop and then watch and comment on your smartphone
Drawing on a video, mouse highlights
Timestamped comments and reactions
The free Starter plan is rather limiting with 5-minute-long videos and only 25 recordings per user
No keyboard highlights available
Animation editor that combines the ease of use with great visuals
Creating videos for any platform: YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc.
Cloud storage of 2 GB and more
There’s no unlimited plan: even the Pro option only gives you 30 videos per month up to 30 minutes long. You can try getting the Enterprise plan, but it should be quite costly. However, you can purchase additional videos if you need them.
Supports almost any video format
Runs on any desktop platform
Totally free to use
The interface, though simple at the first glance, has many controls which are hard to get right for a beginner
No screen or voice recording features: even if you want to make a voice-over, you’ll have to use extra software for the audio
VSDC Video Editor
The app combines the screen recording and video editing features, which lets you make many kinds of tutorial videos
The free version doesn’t apply watermarks, unlike many other freemium software
The Pro version adds video stabilization, advanced mask, Chroma Key, and voice-over tools
The interface may look overloaded for a beginner
Only available for Windows
Final Cut Pro
Works fast, even on high-resolution and FPS videos
90-days free tutorial
The price is higher than for many other options on the list
Beautiful interactions smoothly integrated into the video
Simple embedding into any learning platform
Proven effectiveness: 5 times longer engagement than using regular video
The pricing is very high and only affordable for big companies
To get the trial version, you have to contact sales
Unlimited HD video exports and cloud storage with the Pro plan
Simple interface which lets you make videos fast
The voice-over feature is only available in the Teams plan
Payment per video may prove more convenient than a monthly subscription
Plenty of seamless integrations
The built-in player is very convenient
The upload media size is limited to 500 MB
Adobe® Premiere® Pro
Great quality of output videos
You can find a lot of tutorials online
The learning curve for the software is rather steep
Ability to make both screencasts and presenter videos
Flexible subscription model: you can subscribe for 1, 3, 6 months or an entire year
The free version doesn’t have a watermark
Creating videos from images only available with the $5 monthly subscription, full video editing capabilities – with the $9 subscription
Slideshow-based video editor is easy to use and lets you convert the final videos to presentation and document formats with ease
Targeted templates designed to make explaining easier
Integrations with Adobe, PowerPoint, HubSpot, Canva, etc.
The free plan is rather limiting in comparison with some other options from the list: 3-minute video, watermarks, 100 MB of cloud memory
Only the Pro+ plan gives you unlimited non-watermarked exports
Advantages of using a training video maker
Tips on making a great training video
Frequently asked questions
What is a training video?
A training video normally contains some instructions and explains how to do something. This type of videos is widely used in businesses to help with the employees training. You can also use training videos for other purposes, e.g., to show a client how to use your product.
To learn more about training videos, have a look at this article:
How to make an effective training video?
Here’re a few tips that will help you create an effective training video: use good recording equipment and software; make a nice background for your footage; annotate your video; include some interaction with your audience.
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