Humans are hardwired to process visual content, but adding great visuals to a video is just half the battle. A truly engaging video often includes music, as well.
It's time to record your video, and you want to make sure it looks good (and doesn't take all day to finish). Whether it's for training, tutorials, demos, or presentations, here are seven mistakes to avoid when you record your computer screen.
Video file size can be tricky and the concept of reducing video file size has many technical variables associated with it.
With the release of iOS 11, iPhone and iPad users finally can record video of their screens. But, if you're like me, your first thought might have been, "Why would I want to?"
Often times to get a more professional sound you may need to record audio separately from your video. This means that you'll need to learn how to sync audio and video sources in your video editing process.
One way to simplify your content is through a lower third - giving your audience the information they need without making things too cluttered.
Here are 5 things that Print Screen doesn't have, but could really use.
There are many mistakes to be made along the way and there is no better way to learn than to just DO.
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