How To Stream A Free Online Video Course: The Best Way To Learn How To Video (Part 2)
The second part of our series of video lessons.
In Part 1, we covered the basic concepts and how to create your own online video courses.
This time, we’re going to walk you through the process of creating your own video course.
The steps we’re taking in Part 2: Create your own webinar course.
Create your webinar presentation.
Set up your webcast channel.
Make sure your presentation is live.
Set your time.
If you’re new to webinars, this is the first part you need to start.
First, let’s go over the basics.
First of all, let me say that you’ll need to have an account with a professional webinar channel.
If that doesn’t exist, you can create one at Live.com.
Then, we want to set up a webinar webcast webcast session.
To do this, head over to the video menu at the top of the page and click on Create a Webinar.
We’ll then be asked to choose the type of webinar that we want.
You can either create a webcast in your native language or choose a different one.
The option that you choose depends on what kind of webcast you want to create.
Once you choose, you’ll be presented with a menu that lets you create your webcasts.
The menu is a little confusing, but it’s pretty straightforward.
In this case, we’ll create a tutorial webcast.
To create a video webcast, head to the webinar section of your My Profile page.
On the left side, you will see a list of all the videos that you have on your account.
Right-click on any of them and select “Add to Webcast.”
In this window, you should see a screen like this: Clicking on the blue button that says “Add Webcast” will take you to a new screen.
You should see an option called “Create Webcast Now.”
On this screen, you must choose the webcast type you want.
Clicking “OK” will bring up a screen with options to create a new webcast or cancel it.
If we’re making a webcasts in English, we can select the “English” option.
If, instead, we have videos in Spanish, we should select the Spanish option.
Once we’ve chosen our webcast format, we need to click the “Add” button to begin the process.
We will be given a list with the names of all of the videos in our webinar.
You’ll then have to click on each one of those names to get to the “Details” screen.
The details screen is where we can check the various information that we’ve provided to create our webcasts, including: A description of what we’re trying to do, and if we’ve already done the task We can check whether we have any recordings to provide to our viewers What kinds of media we have available to us We can also check the “Stream” tab if we have access to any streaming video services that we would like to stream.
You will have to enter all of this information on the screen in order to create the webcasts you want, but in the end, you want all of it.
Let’s go ahead and click “Create” now.
You may be surprised at what happens on the next screen.
If all goes well, you now have a new tab called “Video,” where you’ll see your webinared videos.
Click the “Create a Webcast!” button at the bottom of the screen.
We can see the video you just created and click the “+” button.
Now, we just need to upload it to a YouTube channel.
Once it’s uploaded, you’re going the the “Video” tab.
In our case, it looks like this now: Now, click on “Add a Video” and then “Add Subtitles.”
We will then be given the option to add a subtitle to our webisodes.
Here’s what we’ll add to our video: To create subtitles, we will need to select “Show Subtitling” from the dropdown menu.
Then we’ll need the following options: How to add subtitles in your own language: You can choose to add your own subtitles.
If your video has subtitles in English or Spanish, you may want to add them here.
You could choose to make your own audio recordings for your video, or use a video editing app such as Adobe Audition or Adobe Premiere Pro.
If not, you might want to use a webcasting tool like Live.
Com or Audible.
You also might want a voiceover for your webisodes that you can hire someone to do.
You don’t need to hire an audio engineer or a video editor.
Here is what you need for your YouTube channel to add voiceover to your video.
The first thing that we need is a video tag for our video.
Click on the tag