After you Record – Screencasting, Editing and Producing Best Practices with TechSmith

After you Record – Screencasting, Editing and Producing Best Practices with TechSmith

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After recording your video, it is time to edit. Try to cut out non-essential parts to keep the video short and to the point. There are a lot of ways to enhance your video, but be careful not make them too distracting. It’s important for trainers to know when and where to utilize these features. Use of a webcam is a good example. Including real-time video into the tutorial can put a face to the trainer and will make the training feel more personal. However, this may not be needed throughout the video as your viewer will need to focus on the onscreen activity.

Finally, make sure you share your video. Making it easy for your audience to access screencasts will encourage trainees to use them. Making content available on an online video hosting site or a company’s LMS is an efficient way of increasing accessibility.

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1 Comment

  1. You don’t need to sink hours into your video just to add a little polish…here’s where to focus your efforts.

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