07-23-2022 10:21 PM
I'm figuring out the best software to record my first ever course. So far, PowerPoint is the easiest tool I've found to present my content only with audio (I don't want to record myself speaking at the camera). But I'm wondering if there is any advice for begginers instructors like me trying to find the best software, easy-to-use like PPT.
Thanks in advance!
07-24-2022 12:04 AM
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A list of useful sources for instructors
07-24-2022 10:22 PM
I use Power Point along with "Camtasia". Once you make the the Power Point presentation you see fit, then import that media to Camtasia where you can record and edit to suit. If you really want to do it right I suggest a decent laptop with a "Blue Rhino" microphone you can plug into your laptop. Feel free to email me for any specifics on the hookups.
Dr. Troy Walls
07-29-2022 05:43 PM
Thank you very much for your response Troy! Appreciate it!
07-25-2022 08:48 AM
This is great!
07-29-2022 05:44 PM
Thank you very much Ramesh! Very useful list, btw!
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