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.
More than your students’ retention, you also drive brand awareness and brand identity better through videos because you can customise your content with colours, fonts and styles, and make them recognisably yours.
You can distribute your course across different platforms and create more courses over time and still stay consistent to your brand. You can unify elements in all your training and course materials.
Lumen5 is a video editing platform with a unique AI advantage: it can recognise your topic and suggest templates, images, clips, layout and music so you can storyboard your course and transform your material easily into video.
Lumen5 gives you access to hundreds of themes, colours and fonts to create memorable and professional-looking motion titles and slides. End every lesson chapter with text highlights or insert important key points to remember where you need them.
Video and learning is an unbeatable duo, and you can turn your course materials into outstanding visual learning aids for any age group with Lumen5.
Key stats and features about Lumen5:
- Over 700,000+ businesses use it for marketing and training
- Professional videos from text content
- AI-powered storyboarding
- 200M stock photos and videos
- Custom colours and styles
- Access to Shutterstock libraries
- Multiple brand presets perfect for unifying or differentiating your courses
- Branding presets
- Voiceover feature
- Video strategy reviews for achieving your business goals