Learn ways to plan, script, record, edit, export, and implement training videos.
- [Instructor] In this course I'll give an overview of how to create video-based system training. We'll consider topics such as determining your training needs, planning or outlining your training, creating scripts, recording the videos, editing the videos, and then exporting them and uploading them so you can make them accessible to the learners and implement the training. A common term in systems training is screen capture, in which you're essentially recording your screen while you narrate over the top of it. There are a ton of screen-capture programs available, which will all differ in features, functions, and price.
For this course, I'm going to be using the program Camtasia to showcase some examples. The course provides an overview to these topics and the things that should be considered. We won't be going into depth in any of these topics. However, we have a plethora of courses in our library which will allow you to dive deeper into any of the topics that you want to know more about, including needs analysis, instructional design, screen capture tools, video editing, audio editing, learning management systems, and more.
- Explain three reasons why short lengths of video within a training course are better.
- Recall the purpose for shutting off notifications during recording.
- Recognize the steps to take to get rid of computer audio.
- Define “trimming.”
- Identify the purpose of timelapsing.
- Name the most versatile video format.