by BobTheTeacher · Filed Under: Business Building · Online Video · Product Creation · Product Reviews · video-marketing
Do you want to create simple videos that get you more traffic, a bigger list, and more sales? Join me for this week’s free bonus training with Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen…
Now here are 3 tips for creating videos with PowerPoint…
Tip #1: Make HD Videos with PowerPoint
When you upload your videos to YouTube, are you seeing black vertical bars on the sides? Wonder why you’re not seeing them in the full screen?
It’s because you’re using the default slide sizes in PowerPoint. To make your PowerPoint videos HD, set your slide size to 16:9 instead of the default 4:3.
Voila! Now your videos will fill up the YouTube and mobile phones!
Tip #2: Add Screenshots To Your Presentation
One of the easiest ways to jazz up a presentation is to include graphics.
Did you know you can insert a “screen clipping” to your presentation without additional software? If you’re doing a demo of software or showing off a website in your video, just use the Screenshot/Screen Clipping tool in PowerPoint 2010, and you are all set!
Tip #3: Record & Edit Your PowerPoint Presentation With Camtasia 7
PowerPoint 2010 now has an export to video setting, which is handy, but in-exact. For best results, create your PowerPoint/Screencast videos with Camtasia. And in either case, use Camtasia to edit the result, add music at the beginning and end, etc.
Bonus Tip #4: Forget Trial And Error
I’m a big fan of teaching yourself how to do stuff, but when it comes to doing something for your business you should find as many shortcuts to profit as you can.
That’s why I want you to learn from the 2 best Camtasia trainers for marketing: Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen.
During this week’s bonus training, you’ll discover:
- How to develop your profitable Camtasia video strategy
- How to plan for exceptional bottom-line boosting results
- How to record, edit, and produce like a pro
- How to avoid costly mistakes and time-sucking frustration
- And more…
See you there,
p.s. Lon and Michelle are highly regarded as trainers in this industry. In fact, they are even acknowledged by Techsmith (the company behind Camtasia) as legit leaders… even to the point where they are actually allowed to use their trademark in their domain name
Join us this week to get more results from your PowerPoint and screencast videos!
p.p.s. If you missed the live webinar, be sure to click that link to get an alternative free training from this dynamic duo!
And when you’re ready to really take your Camtasia and PowerPoint videos to the next level, sign up for their full Learn Camtasia course. The live Q&A webinars alone are worth far more than what they are charging for it.