Give it Your Best Shot: Video Training Fundamentals


Stuart Bender


April 13, 2016 - 2:00 PM


April 13, 2016 - 3:00 PM

Video production for training is long past being a nice-to-have. Creating effective video training in the field or studio, for delivery on multiple devices presents a variety of design challenges which include specialized planning with attention to composition, duration, script, recording methods, and editing techniques.

This session covers the process of designing video training from concept to delivery, with discussions of audio and video hardware, editing software, and simple tips and techniques for writing, composing, shooting, lighting and green screen keying that can be used to produce effective results on a minimal budget.

You'll learn about researching and choosing audio/video hardware and editing software, and you’ll take away some simple and practical techniques you can immediately use to deliver inexpensive and effective multi-device video training experiences for your users.


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