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How to make your own tutorial – part 1

October 31, 2019

Hello! I’m Daria and today I’m going to tell you
how to make your own tutorial here on the Movavi blog. Let’s get started! I bet some of you have at some point wanted
to create your own tutorial. Like the ones we make for the Movavi channel. On our channel, there are many different video
tutorials and so now I think it’s time to make a tutorial on how to make a tutorial. First, you need to start with a theme for
your tutorial and then write a script. It’s better not to just come up with something
off the top of your head but to think through what you want to say and show to your viewers
ahead of time. I’m sure you’ve seen many different tutorials
on YouTube. They’re usually just a screencast and a
voiceover. But if you are not afraid of being in the
spotlight, we recommend you record a stand-up for your tutorial – the part of the video where you appear as
a presenter of your tutorial. Like I’m doing now. Viewers have much more trust in a real person
on the screen than an anonymous voice behind the screen. To illustrate your tutorial, you need to record
a screencast – a video captured from your computer screen. No, we’re not filming the screen with a
video camera. There is a better solution. For that, you need a special program – Movavi
Screen Capture Studio Open the program. Choose ‘record screen’ Then highlight the
area you want to record. A program window appears to enable you to
set the various recording parameters. Movavi Screen Capture Studio lets you record
system audio: music, program sound, Skype conversations – everything you can hear through
your headphones or via the PC’s sound system. You can also record your own comments about
what’s going on on the screen using the microphone. And trust me you should take advantage of
this – what makes the tutorial a tutorial is the fact that not only do you show something
on the screen but you also talk your audience through what you are doing. If you are afraid you’ll stumble while recording
a voiceover, you can record it separately. We talked about this in one of our previous
videos – you can check it out in the description. You can also choose if you want to show cursor
movements and highlight mouse clicks while recording, as well as highlight the cursor. Finally, in Movavi Screen Capture you can
record a webcam video simultaneously with the screencast. As a result, your viewers will be able to
see you in the small video as well as hear your voice. Ready to record your first screencast? Click the REC button. The program will start the countdown from
3 – 2 – 1 …. Wait a couple more seconds and start your
tutorial. The best advice I can give you is don’t hurry! Do everything calmly and slowly, and don’t
jerk the cursor around. Follow your script and your tutorial will
be clear and useful. To pause the recording, click the pause button
or F9. When you are done with your recording press
Stop or F10 Most other programs can only record the screen,
meaning that you’ll need a separate video editor to edit your tutorial. But in Movavi Screen Capture Studio, after
you press Stop, an editing window opens automatically. As you can see, this program lets you do both:
recording your screen and editing your video. Well, I hope this tutorial has whetted your
appetite to create your own. In the next part of this tutorial, we’ll talk
about how to edit your recorded screencast to turn it into the perfect tutorial. The link to the second part will be in the description
below. If you have any questions, you can leave them
in the comments and we’ll answer them in a future video. Do you play computer games? Or, maybe watch someone else playing them? Learn how to record gameplay from our earlier
tutorial. If you don’t want to miss future tutorials,
subscribe to our channel and ring that notification bell. See you next time!


  • Reply Movavi Vlog January 19, 2018 at 8:27 am

    Hello! If you were to make your own tutorial, what would it be about?

  • Reply Suspense NightCaller January 19, 2018 at 8:32 am

    please improve game capture software for high graphics games like assassin creed far cry etc.. thank you.
    I am using movavi to create music videos. maybe in future I will start a tutorial channel (inspire from this video, so special thank you to all team of movavi)

  • Reply Suspense NightCaller January 19, 2018 at 8:33 am

    my music video channel is : Night CodX

  • Reply ZZRAX 14 January 19, 2018 at 8:42 am

    good luck

  • Reply Record-show January 19, 2018 at 9:06 am

    Great tips Again a work whit movavi and is Great

  • Reply Name? January 19, 2018 at 12:03 pm

    Hi! I wants to contact movavis mail, but can't find it😕 What is it? And love movavi video editor'!❤️

  • Reply Edudoble January 19, 2018 at 2:18 pm

    Is posible recording me in front of a croma screen like people do on TV when they show the predictions wheather?

  • Reply Suspense NightCaller January 20, 2018 at 10:11 am

    can we make audio visualizer video by using movavi video suite?? please tutorial on it if possible. thank you.

  • Reply AlfangeCom - Gagner de l'argent sur Internet January 22, 2018 at 7:37 am

    Hi! How to film the screen and webcam (at the same time)? Which version of Movavi does it have? Actually, I have Movavi Editor 4.

  • Reply Yeudu Ratat February 24, 2018 at 1:50 pm

    Movavi capture studio is same as wondershare screen recorder just the name is only changed 😵😵😵

  • Reply Kazartsev. VC - Innovation Boutique July 29, 2018 at 11:22 am

    ♦ When I’m trying to save a recorded screen video in Movavi Video Editor via Export → Advanced → Bitrate ↓ dropdown – it does not provide me with CBR (Constant Bit Rate) option (only VBR + Auto + Custom). Although CBR option is mentioned in (?) details to the right. How so?
    ♦ Very disturbing is that when experimenting with different Export Advanced Options, the program does not always provide estimation of the size in Mb: never, when VBR option selected. I don’t know what to expect in terms of file weight after making adjustments in overall Quality options or Bitrates.
    ♦ Estimation for a file size given for Auto-BitRate is not accurate: 27 seconds file (MP4; H.264) with Autoset 51356 Kbps was estimated to be 166 Mb and after clicking “Export” button somehow became 27Mb file with 8485 Kbps. How so?

  • Reply Movavi Vlog October 31, 2019 at 9:21 am


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