One of the most common misconceptions about video training is that it is too expensive to produce videos with professional quality. In this article, you can see an example of a set of equipment for under 1.500€, that you can easily assemble and disassemble as needed in a quiet room, to record high quality training videos.
The recording day can be very stressful for the presenters, especially if they are shy, have little or no experience, or are working with you for the first time. This guide will help them feel more comfortable and know what to do and what to expect on the day before, and day of the recording.
This is the final step of your video training creation journey: course set up and deployment. After going through the previous 7 steps, where you’ve prepared, created and gathered all the elements, your course is now ready to be published! In this article, see what you´ll need to do, to assemble and publish all your content outputs and launch your video training course.
It is now time to describe step six of the process of creating your video training courses: the actual video recording. Shooting video is a hands-on technical step that will transform your storyboard into a real film.
In this cheat sheet infographic, you will find information regarding the difficulty level of the most popular video styles, tips and how to match video styles to your training goals.
Whether you are just laying the foundations for your video presence or already have a few recordings under your belt… here are ten tips to ensure you can be camera-ready and as cool as a cucumber for your next video training shooting.
Training videos come in all types of formats. In fact, one of the advantages of choosing video as a training medium is that you can choose a delivery format that is better suited to your content, to your training goals and to your target audience. This article focuses on different types of training videos. Our goal is to help you choose the training format that is best suited to your specific situation.