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How to make Tutorial Video 

 Welcome to how to make Tutorial Video. This blog will teach you how to make a tutorial video on pc.

Great tutorials, start with a great plan, start by spending some time, getting to know your audience learn how to use your product and find out where they struggle then use that information to choose the tutorial topics that will help the most amount of people. 

Once you have your topic, we recommend creating a storyboard to outline and visualize what you plan to show. Some people get really creative and draw amazing pictures.
I usually create a simple list with some notes on the side. I usually create quick sketches.
And you'll probably see some stick figures. I do a series of simple screenshots showing roughly what I plan to display with the narration.

Anyway, when you're finished storyboarding and you have your plan in hand, you're ready to record, right? 

No stop what you're doing before going any further, write a script. Please save us from the rambling details backstory and meandering topics, write a script. We swear it's not as bad as it sounds.

Here are a few tips to get you started.

One use words, you'd use in everyday conversations and try not to make yourself sound too sophisticated by leveraging convoluted statements to augment your dialogue.
To show don't just tell instead of giving a play by play of your onscreen actions. First. I click this. Then click that let those actions speak for themselves and use this time to communicate the more important things.

Why you're using that effect or making a decision three practice, practice, and then practice again, read your script aloud and see how it flows. If you find yourself getting tripped up, go back and make sure you.

Using language finally gets some feedback natural to find someone who's not afraid to tell you what they really think and send them your script. This might seem scary at first. Once you get used to receiving feedback it becomes an essential part of the script.
When you're comfortable with your script, it's time to record the narration start by getting your hands on the best microphone you can find.
In the middle of the road, Mic will provide much better, sound quality than the one built into your computer.
Find a quiet place to record. I have a recording studio with a sound dampening phone, which is great. However, I realize this isn't feasible for everyone. And if you're looking for a lower-cost solution, a broom closet, because sometimes get you pretty similar south when you're ready to record your script and make sure to speak slowly. And clearly, if you make mistakes, don't start over simply pause and start again, right before you made the mistake, you can always remove the mistakes when you're finished.

 I recommend using Audacity or Adobe addition to remove mistakes and any extra noise from your audio, with your audio recording.
The next step is recording your video start by cleaning up your desktop and closing any applications. You don't?

This is also a good time to turn off any notifications that might pop up.

Open the application you want to record and walk through exactly what you want to show your viewers.
As I said before, practice, practice, and then practice again. This will help you get those smooth cursor motions and in the end, you'll have less editing to do.

When you're ready to open the campaign recorder and record your screen. Remember, if you make a mistake simply pause and then start right before the mistake, you can always edit them out in the end.

You're finished recording your screen it's time to get all packaged slash. To start cut out mistakes by selecting them with the play.
Then clicking trim extra footage from the ends of your recording. Drag the end of the clip in.
When finished bring in your audio narration and any other media you need for your project.
With your audio narration on the timeline use CLIP speed and extend frame sync the pace of your video with your narration.
For example, if you need more time to explain a concept Split the clip and use extend the frame to essentially freeze the video.
Or if you want to speed up a boring part of your recording. Then drag the handles to speed it up.
To focus your viewer's attention, use animations to zoom in on the important parts.
Make sure the play head is after the animation arrow.
Next finishing touch by adding a title slide to the beginning of your video.
Move the flight ahead to the beginning of the timeline then hold shift and drag. This creates a blank space in the timeline.

Next, add a title and bring it to life with an animated behavior for my favorite.
Add a Premade intro from the Camtasia library.
And Your Tutorial Video is Ready to upload!

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