Create a Video Tutorial for your company
Improve your user experience or internal communications with video tutorials.
How to create a video tutorial?
Define the goal of the video
Also, how can you simplify the process you want to explain, achieving the goal in the shortest amount of time? The videos shouldn’t be too long so that they grab your audience’s attention.
Write a Script
Once the script is defined it will be much simpler to choose the appropriate video template for your video tutorial.
The best way to create a script is to build a 2 columns document: one with a draft of each scene’s design elements, characters, texts; and the other column with the voiceover text each scene will have. You can find useful adding a third column for relevant comments or feedback interactions with co-creators.
If you need a voiceover, record it beforehand
This will ensure a correct timing or synchronization between visuals and voiceover avoiding last minute adjustments.
Create the video
You can also create it from scratch using the scene templates that the Wideo editor offers. Wideo’s video templates are 100% editable, meaning you can adapt them to your needs.
You can combine scenes from different templates if you wish.
Check out some video templates
Why should you start using video tutorials in your company?
They can also improve the company’s internal communication by transmitting clear and concise messages to employees.
With Wideo, you can create video tutorials or explainer videos in just a few minutes using one of our video templates or creating your own from scratch.
The interface is very simple and intuitive, so you don’t need video editing skills to create professional video tutorials.
Create a video tutorial from a template or from scratch
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Select select a video style from the Templates Gallery
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