Learn how to create a distraction-free recording account.
- [Instructor] Here are a few tips to set yourself up…for a recording success.…Create a separate, clean, distraction free recording account…that you use only for creating your videos.…You won't have to spend time cleaning…up your desktop for each project…or have to deal with your personal…or business stuff popping up during your recordings.…Close out any apps or browser windows…you won't be using for your recording.…This will minimize distractions,…and free up processing power.…Use a script of some kind,…even bullet points are helpful…in keeping your recording on track and succinct.…
I like to view my notes on a separate laptop or monitor…but a printed sheet will work just as well.…Check your recording setup…at the beginning of every session.…Have water handy,…take a swig every now and then to avoid froggy voice.…Room temperature water is best for optimizing your voice.…And by the way, I recommend a container with a lid.…Nothing ruins a recording quite like dumping…your drink on your laptop,…and dropping a few explicatives,…
- Tips for recording success
- Recording video
- Importing media from different sources
- Editing your video
- Sharing videos the easy way
- Adding annotations, animations, and transitions
- Techniques for adding music
- Creating reusable library assets
- Archiving a full project
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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