Videos are great for marketing your product or site. You can also create video lessons or video courses. You may think that creating a video content requires a lot of skill or a lot of money. In this article, I can tell you how to create a video using PowerPoint and some free tools.
If you want to build a quick video to learn a lesson then you have to do it here. First, write your content in an article form. Try at least three different points to expand.
Enter your introduction, then the three points. When finished, save it as a text file in Notepad. You have to save it in Notepad because PowerPoint opens a text file and formats it for you. Then enter PowerPoint and open the text file. You will see that PowerPoint automatically places each paragraph in its own slide. At this point you are about halfway.
You must now use the screen-fixing software to capture the video. Many of them are available for free, such as Jing (jingproject.com) or CamStudio (camstudio.org). Jing only records videos for 5 minutes, so if you're making videos for a long time, use CamStudio.
If you want to create your video by adding transitions and the like, you need to consider Techsmith's investment in Camtasia Studio. Camtasia allows you to polish your video before presenting the world. You can create pictures, sounds, effects, and other elements that will make the video great. There is a 30 day free trial. 30 days is more than enough time to create the video. If you plan to make the bulk of your video content part of your marketing plan, buying Camtasia is worth the investment. Anyway, just stick to free software. That's enough.
Once your video has been completed, it's time to upload it to video sharing sites like YouTube, Veoh, Viddler, and Revver. If you plan to sell, you can upload it to sales sites such as E-junkie or ClickBank and start selling it!
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