5 Tips and Tools for Editing Course Videos

Once you have developed a storyboard or script and have begun recording your video for your course, it’s important to know what the next steps for processing your videos are. Here are five helpful tips for the beginning director (and self-proclaimed star of the show). 

1. Have adequate storage and computer options. Before you can begin editing your footage, you have to have the right equipment to be able to store any footage you upload. This comes in the form of a fast hard drive and at least 8GB of memory—the more, the better. If you have a computer with a lot of the hard drive used up already, consider purchasing an external hard drive that can be plugged in via USB to give your computer a needed boost. Store any files and folders on this device.


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