Category: Video Tools for Course Creation

What a Recording Day Looks Like

Recording day – it looks different for everyone but the basic preparation going on behind the scenes is usually pretty similar. Your first couple of times prepping for a recording day may not look great – you may forget things you need, spend hours re-recording due to messing up your lines, or simply take longer than you thought because you weren’t as confident once you got in front of the camera.

We took the time to put together a behind the scenes video on what a recording day looks like, and as you can see in our edited version – you wear a lot of different hats and switch from one task to the other.

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Using Lumen5 for memorable text Based Videos in your courses

Your course needs to be visually appealing to attract students in the first place. Once they’re enrolled, you need to retain their interest and make sure they retain information you teach them. You do that through videos.

Studies over the years show that video improves our ability to remember concepts and details. Video makes things easier to recall. The human brain processes imagery 60,000 times faster than text.

As if that doesn’t confirm the need for your course to be in video format, video isn’t even something flashy. It’s the new normal. People expect to consume content as video.

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Edit and Create your Course Videos with WeVideo

Ideally, your course is as dynamic as possible for all students and their preferences. Some students learn visually and would prefer video over transcripts and audio.

Or you can simply create video and repurpose it into audio and get mini blogs from the transcript.

It all starts with video. And in today’s marketing sphere when everyone’s on social media, attracting your ideal students can depend on how visually appealing your videos are.

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Three Video Creation Tools To Create Video Content for Your Courses

Video is great for engaging the learning styles of visual and auditory students and a must when it comes to course creation. Whether it’s an introduction, a tutorial or simply showing how to use components of your product or service, having a quality video is essential – the last thing you want is for your video to be pixelated or unwatchable.

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