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Lights, Camera, eLearning Authoring Tools! [4 Authoring Tools as Movies]

CommLab India

Watching movies can be fun! And so can be the eLearning authoring tools. Now imagine combining them. Well, double fun! That’s what this blog is about. Here we will explore eLearning authoring tools as movies. Get your popcorn and soft drink now!

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Lights, Camera, eLearning Authoring Tools! [4 Authoring Tools as Movies – Sequel]

CommLab India

If you’ve ever been curious which movie genre would each eLearning authoring tool belong to, this is the blog for you. In continuation to an earlier blog, here I’ve discussed another four eLearning authoring tools as movies. Read on to find out!


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What’s the Best Camera for YouTube in 2022?


Today, YouTube is not only the most important video platform — it’s the second most-visited website in the world overall,… The post What’s the Best Camera for YouTube in 2022? appeared first on Thinkific.

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How to Improve Your On-Camera Presence

TechSmith Camtasia

When creating live training or pre-recorded learning content, there’s one question you should ask yourself – what is your on-camera presence like? In the learning industry, your on-camera presence is key to getting your message across. But what if you’re not a natural in front of the camera? Why is this important?

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VR 101: Facts, Fiction, and Testing It Out

Speaker: John Blackmon - CTO, CAIO ELB Learning

Join John Blackmon, CTO and Chief AI Officer of ELB Learning, and creator of CenarioVR and Lectora, for an honest look at data points and common myths — including needing a camera to get started or a headset to view VR content.

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Best Video Equipment for Recording Your LearnDash Online Course


Create clear visuals with a smartphone or camera. But that doesn’t mean you need to purchase an expensive DSLR camera because most smartphones can shoot in 4K. Smartphones have a limit on storage space which is a downside to using them instead of a camera. Reduce shaky videos with a tripod or stabilizer.

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Don’t Turn Your Virtual Learners into Zombies

InSync Training

We’ve all been in long, dull video calls where we just stare at the camera, maybe even nodding our heads every so often, when in reality, our minds are anywhere but here. So why do so many facilitators believe that having learners on camera is enough to ensure engagement?

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

Knowing what you need from an eLearning authoring tool can be hard, especially when there are so many options on the market. gomo’s new ebook aims to save you time and hassle by identifying 12 must-have authoring tool features.