Developing An Effective Online Course
This course is designed to help as a guide for directing course instructors, who are interested in developing a course on mastery vault or any other e-learning platform. It will give the instructors a detail knowledge on how to create an interactive and efficient course, so also give them the needed guide lines on what’s and what not to do when developing an online course.
The course objective is to…
- Introduce the student to online course development.
- Enable the student select the perfect course topic to develop.
- Shows the student the best way a course can be drafted.
- Detailed review on how to gather and make your course content interactive.
- Than lastly, best ways to deliver your course.
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Selecting the perfect course
figuring out who your potential client is, will help you develop courses that speak directly to their challenges, needs, and desires. This video will help you understand how to go about it.
Section 3: Drafting your course
Section 4: Course content
You will learn in this lecture how to best organize your course content, and also important things to include and look out for while creating your course content.
Section 5: course delivery
Section 6: Introduction to Video Editing
In this tutorial, you will learn the numerous ways that you can cut and trim clips in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Cutting, and trimming is a crucial skill all video editors need to understand to produce compelling stories.
You may feel you have already grasped the basics of cutting your footage, but there are a host of different ways to cut and trim your clips, and this tutorial will help you save time in this initial stage of post-production.
Record a voice-over
Premiere Pro allows you to record a voice-over directly into a sequence, while the sequence plays.
- Make sure your microphone is set up correctly and selected as the Default Input in the Audio Hardware preferences in Premiere Pro. Access this preference by choosing Edit > Preferences > Audio Hardware > Default Input (Windows) or Premiere Pro Application Menu > Preferences > Audio Hardware > Default Input (macOS).
- To avoid microphone feedback, wear headphones or mute the playback audio while recording your voice-over.
- Click the Voice-Over Record button. Premiere Po will begin recording audio starting wherever the Timeline playhead is placed. Click Stop to stop the recording. The new audio clip will appear in the sequence and in the Project panel. By default, the new sound file will appear in the same location as your project file.
How to Add Captions in Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro has an intuitive interface to add captions to your next video production. To start working with it, go to the File > New > Captions option. On the pop-up window, you’ll first see 4 options for adding subtitles to your finished video project:
- CEA-608: This is a slightly outdated version of subtitles. It works on most devices but doesn’t include all of the features of the latest standards, CEA-708.
- CEA-708:This is our recommended choice for adding subtitles. It combines enough device compatibility with the most recent features.
- Teletext:Teletext is typically the European standard for adding subtitles.
- Open Captions: Open captions are “burned into” the video file, meaning they can’t be toggled off in a video player. They’re hard encoded into the finished video file.
How To Transcribe A Video To Text And Boost Your Productivity
Transcribing recorded audio is one of the single most valuable — and least sexy — parts of the creative process. Podcast producers transcribe interviews. So do TV reporters and other journalists. YouTubers post transcripts for their accessibility and SEO value. Lawyers transcribe depositions so they can get quotes for their novels about lawyers.