The remote classes came by surprise for schools, and students and teachers had to adapt and transform their teaching mode. Simultaneously, the biggest problem is how to record videos and edit content to maintain school routines.
There are several programs available for use on the computer and even on the cell phone. You can just choose the one which best suits your purpose and try simple edits. Do not forget to make a script for your recording to be objective and attractive to students. We separated some tips of programs and tools that show how to record videos and edit, and just check the list.
RecordCast allows users to record screen and edit it on the computer and the browser. This online service is quick and easy for you who do not want to struggle with the setup steps to record video.
It supports MOV, WEBM, M4V, and MP4 formats and can record screen or webcam. After finishing the video, the file can be saved to the RecordCast account. Then you can crop, pan, and magnify different areas of your video recording, as well as add comments and captions over the footage.
The OBS Studio is to record videos in various ways and is one of the professional tools. It is a free recording program with a difference: it allows you to record your webcam next to an image, facilitating the use of presentation slides.
It also broadcasts live, includes texts, effects, and soundtracks. OBS Studio is available for Windows, MAC, and Linux.
The darling application of digital influencers can also help educators learn how to record videos and edit. Inshot is very easy to use and works to cut, move the background, add text and stickers.
Inshot allows you to add music, add your voice to videos you’ve already created, adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, and have different filters for you to improve the image and attract students’ attention.
You can download Inshot on your Android or iOS phone and do everything directly from your phone with much more convenience.
Vivacut is one of the tools for video lessons available on the cell phone. Use the app to edit, cut, merge, combine videos, and add multiple soundtracks.
It is possible to write texts, emojis, make transitions and effects, put filters, special effects, and also edit in slow motion. Files are saved even in Full HD and 4k. The application is also available for Android and iOS.
For those who prefer more robust tools, a great option is Sony Vegas. Learn how to record videos with one of the most advanced editing software available on the market.
In addition to editing, the program also offers subtitles, and imports Flash animations, makes 3D editing, has several soundtracks, and more than 300 effects and transitions. It is worth investing, but it is important that the teacher already has previous knowledge of editing or is willing to learn and study a lot to master the tool.
Are these tips helping you to improve your remote lessons? Or do you have your own favorite screencasting tool? Tell me in the comments.