Before you actually film your course, it’s important to do a little prep work. The more thought you put into your course before filming, the easier the process will be. We promise! Here are the 5 most important things to do before filming your course.
Prepare Your Outline
Prepare an outline with your main talking points. This will help you stay on track and cover everything you want to when you sit down to record.
Select Your Film Format
- What format(s) will your course take? As you outline your course, keep in mind the two ways you can create a BuiltIntelligence course. Be sure to take a look at the corresponding sections of the handbook for the equipment and how-tos you need to make your videos.
- Option 1: Screencast This is the easiest way to record a course if you are using slides, demoing software on your computer, or using your webcam.
- Option 2: Physical Demonstration A physical demonstration should be used when you (or even just your hands!) need to physically appear in front of a camera to demonstrate your process.