Creating Tutorial Videos with the Movavi Screen Capture Studio

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Do you feel that you’re good enough at doing something that you’d like to share your skills with others? If so then the best way to do so is by creating a tutorial video so that your audience will be able to see how you perform each of the steps while you guide them through it at the same them.


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To accomplish that is easy enough – especially using the Movavi Screen Capture Studio. It is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly so you should have no problem making use of it to create training videos – even if it is your first time attempting anything like this.

Record the Footage for the Tutorial

Before you actually record the footage, it helps if you have a plan. The start of that plan can be the steps of the instructions that form the tutorial, but you’ll want to flesh it out so that it describes what each scene and step is going to show in the video itself. In the process you’ll be able to figure out how you intend to record the footage for the tutorial too – either by using screen capture or recording video using a webcam, both of which the Movavi Screen Capture Studio is capable of.

Once you’re ready you can use the Movavi Screen Capture Studio to record the footage that you need. The software will let you set up the recording as and how you see fit, and give you full control over the frame rate, capture region, audio source and even whether or not to record keyboard and mouse actions.

Edit and Improve the Tutorial

After you have the footage that you need you should edit it so that it is perfect. Once again the Movavi Screen Capture has numerous helpful features that will come in handy, such as:

  • Cutting and combining video segments to get rid of unwanted footage and merge clips together in a particular sequence.

  • Enhancing the video quality manually or automatically and correcting common issues such as blurry, pixelated or shaky video segments.

  • Including audio tracks as background music or a voiceover.

  • Applying artistic special effects and filters to change the visual style and appearance of the video.

  • Inserting customizable text to create unique captions, watermarks and titles.

Between these features it is safe to say that you should have all the tools you need to take the rough footage that you recorded and transform it into a professional-looking tutorial. It really isn’t that difficult to do, and the Movavi Screen Capture Studio will even let you optimize your video for any device or platform when you’re saving it with the help of hundreds of built-in presets.

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