8 Expert Tips for Making E-Learning Videos

Capytech

Even to video professionals, the difference in perceivable quality between a compressed video and a full-sized video when watched on a mobile device is marginal. Compressing them will reduce the file size, which will reduce download times and put less strain on learners’ phones while playing.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Setting Audacity Preferences

The E-Learning Curve

Checking the Audacity preferences is very important step and should be done before you begin editing any audio. Set Audio Input & Outputs. Select the Audio I/O tab from the choices across the top of the Preferences Dialog box. In this case, I’m selecting the SigmaTel sound card, which takes input from the microphone that I’m going to use to record some voiceover narration. The Quality tab is where you’ll set the quality of your audio.

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How to Optimise Video Content in Your E-Learning Courses

Capytech

The people speaking in your videos, whether that is a voiceover , an instructor, or anyone else in the video, particularly if they are talking directly to the learner, should have an upbeat tone and should talk with lots of enthusiasm. Make sure the audio and visuals work together.

Adobe Captivate 5.5: Lowering the Size of Published SWFs

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Fortunately, adding interactivity to a lesson does not negatively impact the size of the published SWF. Rather, imported assets such as audio, video and images are the main culprits behind SWF bloat. There are some things that you can do while working in Captivate that may lower the size of the published SWF. However, if you can trim the lesson down to 2-3 minutes of playtime, you'll save on SWF file size. by Kevin Siegel.

Qarbon Camtasia and Adobe Captivate

Tony Karrer

Question from a reader, hoping you can provide your thoughts: I am in the process of selecting an elearning tool that is easy to use, quick to create the demos and does not bloat the file size much. Also every screen would have audio (voiceover with my voice) accompanying it. Qarbon Pros: Less File size. Cons: Worried about file size for both of them The more I am researching, the more I am getting confused.

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5 e-Learning Mistakes That Damage Your Credibility

Trivantis

Use professional audio voiceovers and video tutorials whenever your budget allows and avoid cheesy clip art graphics. Take a look at this helpful post by the ELearning Brothers on decreasing file size without losing image quality. You’re two songs into your favorite playlist with a perfectly chilled Red Bull at your desk and no meetings all day. You’re ready to knock out your next e-Learning course, right? . Not so fast.

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. Use an engaging speaker or voiceover to present the topic with passion and excitement. Don’t forget the audio!

The Ultimate Video Marketing Playbook (2021)

TechSmith Camtasia

In fact, most people can live with a little bit of grainy video as long as the audio sounds good. So, to start, I would focus on getting an external USB microphone to improve the quality of your audio. Being aware of good audio quality will set you up for great success.

Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

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If you do not have the source files for the course, or the course was built with obsolete software, recording the content as a video is a decent option. Here’s how: Open a blank PowerPoint file. PowerPoint records the audio and the mouse pointer by default.