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How to Optimise Video Content in Your E-Learning Courses

Capytech

Create storyboards. Before you start with the technical part of making your video, make sure you storyboard it to give it a solid and logical structure. Seeing the storyboard in front of you will give you a better overview of how the final video will look.

Repurpose Your Content: Make a Blog Video!

TechSmith Camtasia

Step 2: Create a storyboard. In addition to a script, a storyboard is another important piece of prep work that will help save you time later, as you’re assembling and editing your blog video. I like to think of a storyboard sort of like a cartoon from the Sunday paper–it’s basically a visual plan of what you want to include in your video–sort of a visual version of a script. Step 4: Select your audio.

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5 Mistakes eLearning Developers Often Make

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Group images, video, and audio files and text for use in constructing your eLearning course. Also, try to fit all of the above in a storyboard. Watch out for file size limitations, an extremely annoying shortcoming in some eLearning tools. These force you to edit your content (audio and video) into a smaller size, thereby robbing its meaning altogether! Watch out for Audio and Video issues. How was the audio?

Screencast of the Week - Red Gate, Coding by the Sea

TechSmith Camtasia

Anthony makes great use of many of Camtasia Studio's features like multiple audio tracks, PIP, screen recording, zoom & pans, transitions, captions etc. After making this screencast, Anthony has several tips to share: * Step away from your PC and storyboard your idea first on the back of a piece of paper, cardboard box or whatever is available to you. * I'm always amazed at the screencasts I see Camtasia users create.

The Ultimate Video Marketing Playbook (2021)

TechSmith Camtasia

Microphone. Whether for your mobile device, input directly into your camera or computer, a microphone will improve the overall quality of you your video. In fact, most people can live with a little bit of grainy video as long as the audio sounds good. Storyboard your video.

Video Statistics, Habits, and Trends You Need To Know [New Research]

TechSmith Camtasia

This growth can partially be attributed to the ever-increasing video file size, quality, and the rise of video streaming services. Right-size your video. Don’t forget the audio! Luckily, you don’t need a professional recording studio to achieve good voice-over audio.