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How to create how-to videos using Vmaker

  • 1

    Sign up and install Vmaker on your computer

  • 2

    Choose both screen and webcam for recording

  • 3

    Add mouse emphasis, screen annotations, virtual background while recording

  • 4

    Edit video, merge them with intros and outros, export at 4K and upload to YouTube instantly

Why use a screen recorder to make how-to videos?

Screen recorders meet every need for creating a how-video. It has all the features that can help any content creator make high quality how-to videos without complicating the process.

To list down, here are the three points that make screen recorders stand out -

  • They are easy to use; you don’t have to spend time searching how-to use a screen recorder
  • It doesn’t cost you a bomb; your marketing budget is safe
  • You can personalize the videos by adding your face and voice, this will help you build an instant connection with your audience

All the best features to get you started with how-to videos

  • Get unlimited access to record your videos

    Record unlimited how-to videos

    It’s tough to get a how-to video ready at one go. A couple of trials and retakes are important to get the best quality.

    Vmaker supports this idea by giving unlimited access to content creators like you to record any number of videos for unlimited duration.

  • Record unlimited how-to videos
  • Add your face and voice to your videos

    Add your face and voice to your videos

    Never miss out on details in your videos. With Vmaker’s training video software, you can record your training videos at the highest clarity of 4K HD resolution. Your videos will be noise-free and will have better picture clarity.

  • Add your face and voice to your videos
  • Use screen annotations and mouse emphasis

    Make your how to videos engaging

    Help your audience focus on the finer details of your content by using annotations and mouse emphasis. With annotations you can draw, scribble, write and point at different places to highlight information.

    While mouse emphasis shows the exact places you’re clicking or moving your mouse in the video recording.

  • Make your how to videos engaging
  • Try advanced level editing with in-built Video Editor

    Edit your how-to videos

    To spruce up your videos, the Vmaker in-built editor is an excellent choice. The best part - you don’t have to use another tool. After recording you can start editing by trimming, rotating and resizing the video.

    You can also add audio, transitions between clips and add subtitles to make your content more interesting.

  • Edit your how-to videos
  • Manage workspace

    Manage workspace

    Your workspace is like an online library where you can not only store your video recordings, but also arrange them in folders. You can collaborate with your team too by inviting them to your workspace and brainstorming on the content you want to create.

  • Manage workspace
  • Share videos instantly

    Share videos instantly

    Making a how-to video can be a tough job, but sharing it with others shouldn’t. All your videos are stored to your cloud account and after you’re done with recording and editing your video, you can share it from the Vmaker app directly.

  • Share videos instantly

What are how-to videos?

How-to videos are instructional videos that contain a step-by-step process of performing a task, solving a problem or learning something new. How-to videos are specific, to-the-point and an excellent resource for showing your users how to get things done.

What are how-to videos?

Here are a few examples of how-to videos:

  • How to delete a gmail account?
  • How to download files from iCloud?
  • How to write cold emails?
  • How to upload photos to One Drive?
  • How to take a screenshot?
  • How to install Photoshop?

Making how-to videos can get a lot easier with Vmaker. You can record your screen, webcam, microphone and system audio at the same time — single tool for the entire video production.

Here are 3 tips for making the perfect how-to video

  • Decide the topic

    Decide the topic

    There are a wide range of ideas on which you can make a how-to video, but you have to do your research to keep your videos specific. To decide the topic, look at the subjects that interest you; if you already have an expertise in that, then that can be a great choice to go ahead. You can also pull some cues from what people are searching, what is trending or what your competitors are doing.

  • Decide the topic
  • Prepare a script

    Prepare a script

    It’s always a great idea to script your how-to video before you start recording. It will help you decide how you want to start your video, what are the steps you want to cover, where you want plug-in a little humour element - everything will build the blueprint for your video. Once you have these points, you can practice, record your video and even trying something impromptu because now you have a clear idea of what you want to share with your audience.

  • Prepare a script
  • Use an editor

    Use an editor

    Editing your videos is like polishing your shoe; you want to make it neat and shiny so that it’s more presentable. Your content must be good, but you might want to cut-out the awkward pauses, background noise or crop the unwanted parts before you publish your video. It doesn’t matter whether you’re using a in-built editor or a separate tool, a few nicks here and there might be necessary.

  • Use an editor

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Frequently Asked Questions on Training Videos

Anyone can make a how-to video. As long as you have something to share with others that’s worthy and informative, you can make a how-to video.

Not really. There is no standard duration, however as per a few research studies an ideal video duration is somewhere around 6 minutes.

They can be the same or different depending on the content. Training videos are typically more detailed and longer. Whereas how-to videos are usually short and aim at solving a particular problem only.

If you want to know more about training videos, head over to our training video maker page