Creating WordPress Tutorials with the Movavi Screen Capture Studio
How good are you at handling WordPress? If you have experience using the platform to run a blog or website and want to show others how to do the same then why not create a tutorial video – or even a series of videos. Once you create these videos you could share them on social media or even publish them on YouTube or your blog and start to build up a following.
The one big impediment that may be stopping you from creating a WordPress tutorial is the fact that you may not know how. That is where the Movavi Screen Capture Studio will prove to be useful as it will give you everything you need to record and produce high-quality and professional-looking tutorials.
Recording the Tutorial
To record the tutorial itself all you need to do is use the Movavi Screen Capture Studio to record desktop. That way you can capture video showing people exactly what to do on WordPress – directly from your screen.
Before you start actually recording however it would help to have a plan that outlines each step and what you intend to show. Essentially this plan will act as your ‘script’ and you can record scenes according to it. Don’t worry if you have to record multiple takes of certain parts as the Movavi Screen Capture Studio will help you piece it all together later. It also has options that will let you capture keyboard and mouse actions – which could come in handy for WordPress tutorials.
Editing the Tutorial
Once you’ve recorded the footage that you need, you should edit the tutorial. The main idea when you’re editing the tutorial is to make everything fit just right – but you should also look into polishing and jazzing up the video to make it more attractive.
On both these fronts the Movavi Screen Capture Studio will provide you with ample features to improve your tutorial and make it look great, by:
Cutting and combining segments of video to remove unwanted footage and merge clips together in the sequence required.
Enhancing the quality of your videos and correcting common issues with recordings such as shaky, blurry, pixelated or interlaced video.
Applying special effects or filters to alter the visual style and appearance of your video.
Including audio tracks as background music or a voiceover.
Adding customizable text to create unique-looking captions, watermarks or subtitles.
Make no mistake, the Movavi Screen Capture Studio has numerous other features and the more you explore the more you’ll find you’re able to do. By the time you’re done you should be able to come up with a great-looking WordPress tutorial that really does stand out and will help guide your audience through the process.