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What You Need to Make a Webinar
Convert Videos and Images to More Appropriate Formats
1. Convert All Your Videos to One Format
If the video files you want to present during your webinar are stored in different formats, it would be a good idea to convert them all to the same format. One of the most universal video formats is MP4, so transforming your video collection into MP4 will prevent unexpected playback problems.
2. Compress Videos to Save Space on Your Account Storage
Another problem that may appear out of the blue is running out of free space in your account storage in the service you use. Usually, webinar services limit the storage space on user accounts, requiring additional payments to either extend the online storage or purchase a more expensive subscription plan. So, in this case, you should give some thought to the size of the videos you want to use. First of all, no Full HD or 4K videos. As your online presentation may also be viewed on mobile devices, the difference between HD and Full HD quality is barely noticeable, but the difference in size can be huge. In this case, large video files can be compressed and reduced in resolution.
3. Ensure All Your Videos Use One Aspect Ratio and Orientation
It often happens that the videos you include in your presentation are of different orientation or aspect ratio, which results in overall inconsistency and a less-than-perfect impression. To avoid this, you can check on every video file to be used and edit these two parameters by rotating and cropping the videos. When everything is done, simply export all the files at once.
Do the Screen Recording
1. Record Online Video Calls and Interviews
If you want to save video chats, online interviews, or conference calls on your PC for later use in your webinar, it’s pretty simple to do. To capture a video call, launch the screen-recording module and position the recording frame over the site window from which you want to record. Click the Start recording button to start capturing your call. When the call is over, click the Stop button. Your recording will automatically be saved on your computer.
2. Capture the Working Process of a Particular Program
You can also record complete tutorials of any computer program. Set the recording frame over the program interface and click Start recording. Use your microphone to add audio commentaries and highlight important functional elements with mouse cursor effects. When you’ve covered everything, click the Stop button to save the results.
3. Take Snapshots or Record Videos of Websites
Sometimes you may want to show certain news items, articles or other media content in the way in which it appears on a particular website. If you only need to show a still picture, use the screen-shot button: select the frame of your browser and click Snap. If you need to grab a video, click Start recording after the frame is set. While capturing the screen, you may also include audio commentaries and highlight certain elements with mouse cursor effects. Click Stop to save the recording.
Edit Your Videos
1. Cut, Trim or Crop a Single Video
If you have a video that you need to quickly fix, for example in terms of length or aspect ratio, you will have no problems doing this in our video editor. Simply add the video onto the timeline, select it and choose the editing tool you need. Make all the necessary adjustments and click Done. Then press the Export button to save the final result.
2. Make a Slideshow With Music and Transitions
Making a slideshow with our video editor is fast and easy. Choose the Create slideshows option and follow the onscreen instructions to add photographs, select transitions, and choose music. At the end of the process, you will have a cool slideshow that you can use in your webinar or simply share with friends.
3. Create a Promo Video for Your Webinar
Using our video editor, you can create marketing and promo videos that attract people’s attention. Start with the basic editing - trim long videos, cut unnecessary parts and proceed to add stylish transitions and video filters. If you have a green screen at your disposal, you can even use the chroma-key effect to change the background. Top everything with colorful stickers and callouts to attract more viewers to your webinar.
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