Creating Video Lessons

Part 2 of this video series on creating video lessons discusses setting up your room for recording, recording the presentation, and exporting as a movie.

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Remember, typically one person will be watching your video at a time.  Talk to that one person.

As I mentioned in the video, the main drawback to using PowerPoint is the inability to edit your narrations easily.  That’s why I recommend the Stop, Clap, Pause, Start Over method when possible.  The mistakes can be taken out in post-production editing.  At worst, you can re-record a whole slide if necessary.

Once finished, export at the highest possible resolution, and get ready for editing.

Next we’ll consider post-production editing using Microsoft Movie Maker.