Pre-recorded content is the lifeblood of effective online programs. This is where the teaching truly happens, because it’s the fastest way to efficiently educate and inspire.
Pre-recorded content inside your programs breaks down the material so your students can understand it and implement it in their own practice.
When it comes to pre-recorded content, we are likely going to create a fair amount of material. In the episode I share with you two general approaches to creating content as well as two ways to get through the content. These are:
- Creating material chronologically from the beginning to the end of the program
- Creating material as it manifests itself into existence.
And then we can do either of these by recording, editing, producing and uploading each piece in its entirety or by batching the processes.
And the most common question I get is…
What software do I use to make these videos?
My go to video editing software is Camtasia –> https://techsmith.pxf.io/c/1240982/476732/5161 (affiliate link)
I recommend creating as many tracks as you need to so that you have full flexibility in the editing process. Another option is to use OBS which is open source software and provides you the ability to have one or more scenes for displaying multiple pieces of content. There are plugins/add ons for OBS that are for purchase.
I encourage you to check out both tools, Camtasia and OBS and see how they can work for your online programs.
And as always, I would love to be in conversation with you, please book a time at http://callwithjaime.com we can discuss your pre-recording setup or anything else that is on your mind!