Are you ready to create the first video product? Good to hear! I'm starting to give you a checklist. But let's talk about the videos for a moment. You can create two video modes. The first screen shot you create on your computer without video camera use. The second is a standard video camcorder.
Before deciding that creating your video is right for you, make sure you understand the purpose of the product. Will you see your client in the video (eg, teach them how to play guitar and pay attention to what they do)? Or do you just have to see what's on your computer screen? In some cases, you want to combine both types. I listed the most important things for the following video types. Select the type of video you want to create and then read what you need to create.
– Camtasia, CamStudio.org or other screen capture software  – Microphone or Earphone
– This is a list of video recording recordings:
Access to the Software to Learn
– Sketch and Script for Teaching
Wow, that's all they really need! This is not really complicated. As long as you know the product you teach, the hardest will be to learn the software to capture the screen. You want the outline and script to be convinced of everything you want to teach and not touch tangents that make your video unnecessary.
 – Video Editing Software, such as iMovie or Movie Maker
– Microphone and Camera
– Video Editing Software, such as iMovie or Movie Maker
A microphone stand or boom
– Sketch and script for teaching
– A friend of mine (or even a full camera crew!)
This type becomes a bit more complicated, especially if you need someone who holds your camcorder while presenting something. The most important thing is that it has the right lighting and a good microphone so that it is clearly audible and has a good, even hand with the camcorder. You will need decent skills to be able to edit the video. You definitely want to practice a few times before recording the final video!
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