02-05-2019 06:51 AM - edited 02-05-2019 08:17 AM
It's my personal opinion that I draw from my personal experience since mid 2015, they worked for me and I hope these are going to be best but least cost toolkit for you to start with course creation process.
It is just important to publish the first course and keep it going, once you are in the process, you will learn how to improve gradually.
My best wishes,
02-05-2019 08:03 AM
05-03-2019 03:19 AM
I have a wacom CTL-480 and is laggy and it's impossible to continue where I was wrinting 2-3 secs ago... Has your model the same issues?
I'm looking for a proper table to write annotatons on the slides while teaching
05-03-2019 08:52 AM
@ShibajiGreat tips! I use my iphone for filming, camtasia, audacity and an irig mic. I like to keep things as simple as possible 🙂
04-02-2020 05:01 AM
Hi @Shibaji thank you for writing this. I am just starting out and in negotiation to buy Canon EOS 800D, need your opinion if it is good to go or I should look for some other option. My course offering would be revolving around marketing and self-learning topics.
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