Every recording area is crucial. Your students should feel comfortable with your course.

They should be able to focus all the time. Make sure your audio and video are clear. Remove any object that might create disturbances and try to keep your camera as stable as possible. You can make a recording area in your home without investing abundantly.

Steps to follow ahead of recording

Every course needs a distinct environment.

Below are some points you can follow according to the needs of your course:

  • For theoretical subjects, you may use a whiteboard or an interactive whiteboard. Make sure your board is visible properly. You may also show presentations or present other screens and do voice-over properly. Make sure that students can understand your concepts accurately.
  • For subjects where you need to perform physical work, adjust your camera such that your work is visible properly along with you.
  • For videos requiring screencasts, cast your screen and do a voice-over accurately.
  • List of recording devices you will need

    1. Using a high-quality webcam or another camera is recommended by BISJHINTUS.

    You may record using your computer or phone's camera only (if) they are high quality enough.

    1. Make sure that your recording area has enough light so that people can see your face or see you performing your tasks.

    2. High-quality audio must be one of the top priorities. High-quality audio is one of the vital qualities to make the learning experience more comfortable.

    The microphone should capture zero background noise. It should remain stable throughout the session.

    It should not be too large. The volume should not fluctuate between the video.

    1. There is plenty of free screen recording software that you may use to cast your screen. Some screen recording software systems are Ezvid, CamStudio, OBS Studio, etc.

    Audio Settings
  • Make sure that your volume is just right. The students might not be able to keep up with your course. In case your sound is too low.
  • If the volume is too high, there might be a sharp static noise in your audio. To rectify this problem push the jack properly in the hole.
  • Pronounce the words audibly. Keep your mic at least 18 centimeters away from your mouth.
  • Sometimes cracking noises may occur in your audio recording. These might happen when the connection wire is loose.
  • Camera Settings
  • The resolution of the video should not be less than 1280x720 px.
  • It should be at least a standard HD video.
  • Keep the display ratio 16:9.
  • Recording area Settings
  • To make your room have zero background noise, use noise-proof materials which absorb the sound and make your audio clear.
  • While screen recording, close all the unnecessary tabs/windows/files/folders, etc. Only show the necessary files needed for studying. Also, keep a clean home page.
  • When you have to record yourself, use proper lighting so that your face is visible clearly.
  • Camera motion and positioning
  • Imagine that the camera is your student and start recording your course.
  • Show enthusiasm and imagine having a direct class in front of you.
  • Make sure your head does not get cut out of the frame. Keep the camera in a position such that your face is clear.
  • Your camera should not swing while recording.
  • Avoid holding the camera.
  • Last Step

    You are ready to record your course. You can contact us regarding any other queries.