Creating Training Videos

Creating Training Videos

blog2In recent times, the internet has been inundated with creating training/coaching videos for all sorts of activities; from cooking to exercising, from academic lectures to playing an instrument, there is probably a video tutorial out there for everything one might want to learn. If you are an expert at doing something or possess a special set of skills, and are willing to help other people try their hands at that particular thing, better yet be great at it, there is no better way to do it than to make your own video tutorial and share it on the internet. If your video tutorial is informative, professional-looking, and comprehensive, you will be a YouTube star in no time, and people won’t stop thanking you for your efforts! Not long ago, the concept wasn’t much recognized. But recently, people know to string several frames together in quick succession, and the answer becomes clear and unambiguous. Why go through the trouble of creating a video when you could simply write the process in a few bullet points? Simply because when it comes to answering some straightforward questions, a 10-second tutorial video sometimes says more than an entire book could. Instructional videos can target a small group or reach a huge audience, both with the same amount of effort.

Mainly, it is suggested that businesses opt for business videos for 2 reasons (of many):

  • Easily expand your reach – Including training videos significantly expands your reach. Short videos are particularly good for showing or demonstrating actions that cannot be adequately represented in text. That’s why videos great for showing how to perform a physical task, or for demonstrating soft-skill training in action, like a sales technique, for instance.

blog2aOn the other hand, however, there may be times when video may not make as much sense. For training materials you expect people to have to come back to many times, you should be wise to leave those in writing (or both, if you like). Moreover, a video is a one-way medium, so it works well in instances where the learner isn’t expected to participate directly or be physically present when being trained (lectures, how-to’s, etc.)

  • Can be dubbed in any language – One of the perks in making your instructional videos on InFocus studios is that they can be dubbed in the language. When you post a video, it is open for the world to watch it. There are going to be people from Germany, Australia, The UK, China, and God knows where who is going to watch your training videos. If your videos cannot be dubbed, your knowledge will be restricted to the only the people who understand English. This feature of In Focus studios, which is a video production in North Carolina, allows people to take advantage of branding with video and create amazing business videos. So how about some dubbing?

Spreading your knowledge through training videos is becoming more and more popular by the minute. InFocus studios are here to fulfill all your video-related needs, and guarantee that they provide nothing short of best for their customers.

About The Author

Jeff is the founder of In Focus Studios. The company has serviced Maryland, DC, Virginia and North Carolina since 1999. Jeff began his video career by videotaping weddings, but was quickly introduced to the world of corporate video production. Since then he has produced marketing videos, medical videos and webcasts. He also works with athletes from Baltimore, Washington DC and Raleigh, NC. He is a fan of 80’s music videos. He enjoys all aspects of video production, including lighting, directing and editing.

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