Movavi Screen Recorder
The perfect way to record anything from your screen
Disclaimer: Please be aware that Movavi Screen Recorder does not allow capture of copy-protected video and audio streams.
The first step is to plan out your video and decide what kind of video you want to make. Will it be a screencast, or would you prefer to make an instructor-led video? Think about your audience and the intent of the video to decide on the right format, and then start to plan out what you need to include in your video and what it will show.
Next, you'll need to get all the necessary pieces of equipment together to make your video. If you're doing an instructor-led video, for example, you'll need to set up a webcam or video recorder, as well as a microphone to capture your voice and some editing software to edit the final video.
It's a good idea to practice recording and run some tests before you start the official recording. This will let you check to see that all of your equipment (like your camera and microphone) is working correctly, as well as checking on the lighting levels, sound quality, background noise, and other important factors.
When you think you're ready, you can start recording your video using the relevant software and equipment. Don't worry if you make mistakes along the way, as you'll be able to edit them out later on. Just focus on your delivery and try to cover all the topics and key pieces of information you need in your video.
The last step of the process is to edit your final video. You can use a video editing program to do this. With a video editor, you'll be able to trim your video, cut out any mistakes or unwanted parts, merge clips together, add effects, adjust the audio, and so on. Once it's all ready, you can save it and share it with your audience.
Type of training videos
Situations in which you have an engaging and interesting host or instructor
Situations that involve a level of technical expertise, like software tutorials
Situations that involve teaching audiences about a process in a step-by-step way
A training video is a piece of educational video content that is designed to train the audience and show them how to do something. This might include training employees how to deal with customers, for example, or teaching customers how to use a piece of software.
You can use popular free-to-use video-sharing sites like YouTube or Vimeo to host and share your training video content. There are many other options out there, including cloud storage sites and video sharing platforms.
They certainly can be, but it depends on how they're made. Studies and surveys show that a lot of people respond positively to educational video content, as long as the content is well-made, interesting, and easy for the audience to follow.
This depends on the content and level of information that needs to be conveyed in the video. In general, the optimal length for a training video is between six and nine minutes. Try to keep them under 10 minutes to get the best engagement rates.
There are many elements that can go into a good training video. Firstly, the video needs to effectively focus on and convey a clear piece of educational content. It should be concise, to-the-point, engaging, and relevant to the audience. Good quality audio and engaging visuals help, too.