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Creating High-quality Training Videos on a Tight Budget
FocusOn Learning 2016 Conference & Expo - June 8, 2016
Project Manager, On-screen and Voice Talent
Training Video Developer, On-screen and Voice Talent
You could buy a midsize house with the amount charged for training by some video production companies. So how do you produce a professional-quality training video on a nearly nonexistent budget? A video that you can be proud of, that “represents”? That includes on-screen talent and a technical demonstration at the same time?
In this session, you will learn how training developers at Cisco created a professional video using personal equipment, office supplies, basic video editing software, and on-staff talent. You will learn how you, too, can create a customer-facing video to represent your company and product like a pro. Finally, you will learn how it can all be done on almost no budget with some extra elbow grease—and a few laughs!
In this session, you will learn:
- How professional-looking video is being done at Cisco
- How cheaply it can be done
- About the required equipment and office supplies
- Methods to use to produce your own video on a budget
- How to bring it all together with standard video editing software
Intermediate and advanced designers, developers, and project managers.
discussed in this session:
Mobile device to shoot video, Adobe Fireworks (or graphics editing program) to prepare screenshots, and Adobe Premiere or iMovie to edit video and effects.
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