4.44 (9 reviews)
☑ They will learn how to create videos for their online courses using screencasting, shooting with webcam, phone and cameras and video editing.
Are you an Online trainer or a coach? Do you want to learn how to create instructional videos for your online courses?
Then you've come to the right place!
I'm Kush Sharma, an online entrepreneur who specializes in running an online course business.
I'm currently the author of 15 courses related to photography, videography, editing and online marketing. Currently my courses have been downloaded in over 120 countries.
I have developed this course for online coaches who want to learn how to create videos for their online courses.
We will start by first learning the different methods of creating videos for your online courses.
Then we will start to dive in deep into each method.
We will be starting with the most popular easiest method to create online courses, i.e, Screencasting. I'll be showing you how the different types of screencasting software and how to use them with a webcam.
We will be seeing free software for screencasting as well as paid software.
I'll actually be showing you how to use these screencasting software.
From there on we'll be moving towards learning about the all important Audio. You'll learn that more often than not, audio is more important than even video when it comes to online courses.
In this section we'll be learning about the different types of microphones and ways to make your audio sound better.
From there on, we'll be seeing how to shoot videos using both the smartphone and a DSLR camera. In this section I'll be shooting these videos right in front of your eyes so you exactly see how I shoot these videos for my own online courses.
In this section we'll also be learning about the different type of equipment that can help you in shooting videos, like LED lights, tripods, different brackets, etc.
From there we'll move towards the all important section on video editing. Here I'll be showing you how to use a completely free video editing software to edit your videos.
Then we'll also be seeing how to edit your audio to make it sound better, again by using a free software.
Finally, we'll be rounding things off by looking at some very vital tips on improving the overall process of online course video creation.
This is the era of videos and as an Online Coach, you can take your coaching business to the next level by learning how to create videos the correct way.
I hope to see you inside the course :)
Introduction to the Course
Intro to Creating Videos for Your Online Courses
Video Creation Software and Equipment Links Document
Creating Videos Via Screencasting
Introduction to Screencasting
Using OBS (Free Software) for Screencasting
Using Screencast-O-Matic for Screencasting
Using Bandicam for Screencasting
Screenflow and Camtasia for Screencasting
Audio for Your Online Courses
Importance of Audio and Different Types of Microphones
How to Select a Good Quality USB Microphone
Using a Lapel or Collar Mic for Audio
Improving the Audio Quality in your Videos
Shooting Videos for Your Online Course
Intro to Shooting Videos for Your Online Course
Different Types of Shooting Scenarios for Online Courses
Recording a Screencast with a Small and a Big Window for Webcam Video
Shooting Videos with a Smartphone - Part 1
Shooting Videos with a Smartphone - Part 2
Shooting Videos with a DSLR Camera - Part 1
Shooting Videos with a DSLR Camera - Part 2
Recording Instructional Video with a Wacom Tab
Using a Wacom tab to Create Instructional Videos
Editing Videos Using a Free Software
Editing Videos Using a Free Software - Part 1
Editing Videos Using a Free Software - Part 2
Editing Videos Using a Free Software - Part 3
Editing Videos Using a Free Software - Part 4
Editing Videos Using a Free Software - Part 5
Editing Audio to Improve its Quality
Some important tips for video creation and Conclusion
I think this guy is finally going to tell me what I have been looking for in other courses. Yup! I like this guy. I can pick and choose the sections that apply to me and I am finding it very helpful.
I have done Kush's training before and think he's great, however, I feel like he is rushing to put this one together, although still great content.