Creating Video Guides and Tutorials with Movavi Screen Capture Studio

Creating Video Guides and Tutorials with Movavi Screen Capture Studio

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Video guides and tutorials are one of the most popular forms of online content – and for good reason. Not only do they help viewers to solve problems or learn how to perform certain tasks, but they are able to do so by ‘showing’ them exactly what to do.

If you’re thinking of creating a video guide or tutorial of your own however, you will need the right software. That is one area Movavi Screen Capture Studio can be a big help, as it will let you record the footage that you need as well as edit and improve it afterwards so that your video guide looks polished and professional.

Assuming you already know the steps in your video guide, you can start to create it by recording the footage that you need. All you need to do is launch Movavi Screen Capture Studio and select ‘Record screen’ to open up the screen recorder, and you’ll be able to record footage of any app and show each step being performed.

To set up the screen recording you should first draw a frame using your mouse cursor to define the capture area, or select one of the presets in the interface. After that you should set up the other recording parameters in Movavi Screen Capture Studio such as the audio source, sound levels, or frame rate. If you want you can display keyboard actions on-screen and record them, or make the mouse cursor more visible – so that the steps are a bit clearer.

In any case you can then start recording by clicking on the ‘REC’ button, and press ‘Stop’ when you’re done. At that point Movavi Screen Capture Studio will open up a preview window where you can go over the recording and open the footage in its built-in editor.

When you’re creating a video guide or tutorial, the built-in editor in Movavi Screen Capture Studio will be a big help. It will let you compile and merge video clips, trim out unwanted footage, add audio tracks with background music or a voiceover, insert animated transitions, apply effects and filters, include captions, and much more. It is worth noting that you will be able to record or import video footage from other sources too – such as a webcam, TV tuner, VHS tape, AVCHD camera, and so on.

As you can see there are a lot of compelling reasons to use Movavi Screen Capture Studio as a video tutorial software. Simply put it is perfect when creating guides involving any software or digital products, and its tools will ensure that your video looks smooth and impressive while clearly outlining the steps that need to be performed.

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