eLEARNING DEVELOPMENT: How Much Time Does It Take to Create eLearning?

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How about TechSmith's Camtasia?     The production times mentioned above do not include the following:   Writing an eLearning script or developing a storyboard.   If you're going to include voiceover audio (and I highly suggest that you do since audio has been shown to improve the learner experience), you should create an audio script.

Why Video and Image Accessibility Matters with Ryan Knott

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Ryan Knott, TechSmith’s Marketing Content Specialist, shares why accessibility is so important for all users, including those who have disabilities, and how it can benefit your content in other ways. There’s one more resource we encourage you to check out, and that’s the TechSmith Academy.


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Keeping Video Content Up To Date

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A recent study by TechSmith showed that 67% of test participants understood & performed tasks better when the instructions included text with images (screenshots) or video compared to plain text; and another study by Hubspot showed that video is the format demanded the most by users. At TechSmith, we’ve been using a design technique known as Simplified User Interface (SUI) for some of our video content. Example: IBM’s Watson Voice Technology was used to generate the voiceover.

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

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Jason Valade, Master Trainer at TechSmith, will give you some of the basic concepts and walk you through how to edit a video. Sign up for the TechSmith Academy (it’s free!) Three versions (all in uncompressed.wav format) of the voiceover. And then I also did a voiceover.

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How to Make a Great Educational Video (Free Template)

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Consider creating a storyboard. If your educational video will include camera footage, a storyboard helps you visualize what all your shots will look like before you shoot. TechSmith Camtasia comes with a built-in, easy-to-use voice recording feature and can be an excellent option.

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

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Storyboard. If scripts tell you what to say, storyboards tell you what to show. Storyboards are incredible time savers, and they have an important place in forcing you to think through the visuals of every part of the video. As you go, make sure you note on the script or storyboard how the script and the storyboard correspond to each other. Two other key points about storyboards. Download a 3×3 or a 3×2 printable storyboard template. .

The Ultimate Video Marketing Playbook (2021)

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One TechSmith live stream gets: Posted on YouTube Added to our podcast feed Created into a blog post Cut into clips for social media Created into social graphics. Now that you’ve defined the purpose of your video, it’s time to plan your video with a script, storyboard, or outline.

50 Tips for Better Video

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Make a storyboard. Get feedback on your script and storyboard. For videos that don’t feature people, record voiceovers first. Use your own voice for voiceovers. A few hours before recording voiceovers, put down the coffee (no milk chugging, either)! The post 50 Tips for Better Video appeared first on TechSmith Blog.

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

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TechSmith conducted research to learn more about people’s viewing habits and preferences around instructional and informational videos. The TechSmith Video Viewer research provides unique insights into when, why, and how people engage with informational and instructional video content.