Some of The Best Tools for Creating Video Lessons

Some great tools to create video lessons:

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Snagit ‘Snagit gives you a simple way to create and edit screenshots or record videos to show a complex process, give detailed feedback, or share important information with the people who need it most…Capture an image or video of what you see on your computer screen.

Deliver engaging, visual content without compromising quality or relying on expensive design tools. Snagit is the best way create quality screenshots, custom graphics, or screen recordings. Show off your product, improve engagement, and capture the attention of your audience. Snagit recognizes the text in your screenshots for quick editing. Change the words, font, colors, and size of the text in your screenshots without having to redesign the entire image. Via techsmith.com

 

techsmith.comCamtasia has an advanced video editor that lets you create professionally looking videos: you can add animations, music, transitions, backgrounds,or even import your camera footage and turn it into an instruction video.   The multi-track timeline expands to fit all your projects. Split clips into two, remove portions of a clip, or delete one entirely. You can also add music, photos, narration, and more. What you see is what you get. Every effect and element in your video can be dropped and edited directly in the preview window. And you can edit at resolutions up to beautiful 4K, for clear video at any size.
Use music to set the mood of your video. All tracks are royalty free and safe to use on YouTube and Vimeo. Choose from hundreds of icons, or bring in your own straight from your computer. Get lower thirds, intro slides, and more so you can start quickly and look great. Record any part of your desktop screen or record your iOS screen. Via techsmith.com

 

https://i0.wp.com/dfjnl57l0uncv.cloudfront.net/www/2.3.187/images/home_recorder_img.png?w=150Screencast-O-Matic  is a free and easy way to use screen recording.  You can now quickly share videos directly from the Recorder.  As always, you can review your recording before publishing to ensure that it’s ready to share.   Share options appear in the Recorder when your video is published so you can instantly share with friends or community. You can share directly to your Facebook or Twitter feed.   Click the icon, input your credentials (first time only), pen your post or tweet, and share your video links instantly.  The post or tweet will include a link where you chose to upload the video including Screencast-O-Matic, Youtube, Google Drive, Vimeo or Dropbox.  Via screencast-o-matic.com