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How to write scripts for webinars, videos and eLearning

BrightCarbon

This blog article could also be called ‘confessions of a voice-over artist.’ So here are my top tips for writing a good script for webinars and videos. Writing scripts: Keep it simple, keep it snappy. Listen to how it sounds read aloud: [link]. Writing scripts: Use punctuation. Even better, re-write that whole sentence, but more about that in the next section… Lists: If you’re anything like me, you love a good cup of tea. Writing scripts: Be direct.

The Beginners Guide to Successful Video Pre Production

TechSmith Camtasia

It All Starts With Video Pre Production. Knowing the end now lets you figure out some critical information in your pre production planning: Where is the video going to end up? You may want to add extra elements that identify the product, company, or organization. You should write a script that will act as your captions for your video or if you don’t have a script, consider having your video transcribed. Are there sound issues, like a noisy HVAC system?

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eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

64% of customers say they are more likely to buy a product online after watching a video.  59% of decision-makers would rather watch a video than read a blog or article. Mayer established that combining images with a voiceover to be the most effective way of communicating information – 50-75% better, in fact. Does that sound familiar? by Karin Rex, COTP. Which of the following statements do you think are true?   A.

e-Learning budgets: Doing more with less

G-Cube

Your SME can double up as your audio-voiceover artist. If that sounds too ambitious, the SME can at least provide the right script to begin with. This rough-cut can then be transcribed and edited to create the final script for the audio-voiceover. Create video recordings and podcasts in collaboration with the people within the organization – instead of making high-end productions with hired artistes and locations. To know more, write to info@gc-solutions.net.

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eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

64% of customers say they are more likely to buy a product online after watching a video.  59% of decision-makers would rather watch a video than read a blog or article. Mayer established that combining images with a voiceover to be the most effective way of communicating information – 50-75% better, in fact. Does that sound familiar? by Karin Rex, COTP. Which of the following statements do you think are true?   A.

eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

64% of customers say they are more likely to buy a product online after watching a video.  59% of decision-makers would rather watch a video than read a blog or article. Mayer established that combining images with a voiceover to be the most effective way of communicating information – 50-75% better, in fact. Does that sound familiar? by Karin Rex, COTP. Which of the following statements do you think are true?   A.

5 Examples on How to Use Explainer Videos in Marketing

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Simply because more and more consumers prefer watching a short video to learn more about a product than waste a few minutes reading about it. Product awareness Explainer videos for product awareness or differentiation are probably the most common use of explainer videos for marketing. Explainer videos that describe products have appeared as a solution to the hesitation of consumers to purchase products or services online.

Elements of Engaging eLearning Design

Origin Learning

In this blog post, we examine some of the key elements of engaging eLearning Design. Does the statement above sound a bit vague? One can develop the most beautiful layouts, interesting animated characters, add soothing background music, and great voiceover narratives; but unless the content is powerful and engaging; the program will not work. Do read this blog post as a companion piece to the infographic.

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How to Edit Video (With Step-by-Step Video)

TechSmith Camtasia

Three versions (all in uncompressed.wav format) of the voiceover. A.libzip (for use with Camtasia 2018) of a few assets show during the broadcast (intro, outro, lower third) Two versions ( in.docx and.pdf) of the script used for the voiceover in this project. And be okay with the product that you put out to the public. So I wanna give them the best possible product that I can. And then I also did a voiceover. And my unedited voiceovers.

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50 Tips for Better Video

TechSmith Camtasia

Pre-production prep is a crucial process in creating better video. Write a script. The act of writing it down encourages your mind to get specific about how you want to structure your video. to plan it out on paper, as opposed to later in post-production. Your editing process will be much easier if you collect assets now, instead of hustling to find them during post-production. For videos that don’t feature people, record voiceovers first. Production.

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How to Make Video: Before Starting Your First Video, Part 2

TechSmith Camtasia

This is part 2 of a series about how to make a video, which covers the basics of what to do before you begin production on a video. Writing a script can take time, but can save a lot of time when you start creating your video. Some things just don’t sound right when they are said out loud, or you may have created a sentence that is the equivalent of a tongue twister like “Sally sells seashells by the seashore” or “Unique New York.” (Say

Text-to-Speech vs Human Narration for eLearning

Tony Karrer

The other posts are: Text-to-Speech Overview and NLP Quality , Digital Signal Processor and Text-to-Speech , Using Text-to-Speech in an eLearning Course , and Text-to-Speech eLearning Tools - Integrated Products. Global web training by a Systems Engineering Manager at a Large Product Corporation. Company-wide training modules by a Lead Courseware Developer at a Security Products Corporation. That way, you have a good idea what it will sound like once it’s recorded.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

He frequently shares about accessible elearning development through our Learning Dispatch blog and newsletter. Those with hearing disabilities often use captions to access content related to sound (such as podcasts or video). For more on this topic, see Grove’s blog posts on accessibility business case arguments ). For example, there are presentations on how to write great alt text. Voluntary Product Accessibility Template.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

Those with hearing disabilities often use captions to access content related to sound (such as podcasts or video). For more on this topic, see Grove’s blog posts on accessibility business case arguments ). For example, there are presentations on how to write great alt text. As accessibility consultant Ryan Strunk and product designer Joe Lonsky noted at the 2017 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, the cost of fixing a bug increases from 1x in design, to 6.5x

How to Get Publicity and Influencer Marketing for Course Creators with Esther Kiss

LifterLMS

Publicity can be generated from new media, such as podcasts, YouTube shows, Facebook live events, blogs, and all kinds of ways. Esther emphasizes how the most important thing to understand is when the right time is for you to do interviews and gain exposure for your business or a particular product you’re selling. So in this case, with Ryan, he has an online course, he has live events, he has a software product that you can use when you’re implementing his methodology.

Elements of Ideal eLearning Design

Origin Learning

In this blog post, we examine some of the key elements of ideal eLearning Design. Does the statement above sound a bit vague? One can develop the most beautiful layouts, interesting animated characters, add soothing background music, and great voiceover narratives; but unless the content is powerful and engaging; the program will not work. Do read this blog post as a companion piece to the infographic.