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Making a video tutorial

Published: 20 May 2014 | Last updated 29 June 2016
In last few decades technology has grown super fast. Its not so long I used the last postcard but still I can not find it anywhere in my store room. All the means of communication has shifted to digital platform unexpectedly. But the same shift can not be observed in educational system. E-learning has taken a bite but still the major chunk is still owned by traditional class room teaching system.
Here on Techtud we are trying to create videos which are as expressive as classroom and suit the Indian education need. This article will guide you to create a nice video tutorial with limited resources.
 
Hardware Requirements
A windows machine 
A mic (integrated mic may also work)
A table-cam
A webcam (optional)
 
Software
Xsplit
PowerDirector (optional)
 
STEPS
    1. Configure the table-cam for best optimization. You can also try Mirror and Flip to adjust your requirement.
    2. Install Xsplit. Try to find the old version which doesn't have watermark.
    3. Install PowerDirector. Youtube.com/edit is also a nice substitute for it but then you need to upload video on youtube and edit.
    4. Configuring Xsplit.
       

 

    1. Edit recorded video with PowerDirector.
       
    2. To save the video go to 'Produce' tab > 'Device' tab > Select apple > Profile Type > iPad > choose quality.
      2/3 Mbps will be good enough for our purpose.
So, you need not to prepare a topic for one take recording. You can revise the things or refer the points in between. It will really make the video recording a cup of coffee for you. 
Following is the video that I recorded:
 
 
And following is the same video after a small edit:
 

 

 

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