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The following video has some good points to remember when making a tutorial. it is the kind of stuff I prefer,
Quick & to the point, which also applies to the classroom. So onwards …
Points for making tutorials
Remember the 3 rules of Youtube Title & Thumbnail get people to click First 5 second, to hook people (get them to watch) The rest of the video get them to comeback The title os the video should be quick and to the point How to do <x> with <Y software> in <Z> minutes Video Thumbnail is directly related to the content of the video. It should be the final product, not a random Photoshop image. Use High-quality free assets in the project for better polish. Include the software’s icon in the thumbnail, just not in the bottom right, because of Youtube’s timestamp Use the first 5 seconds for useful information and to cut to the chase. “ Links to all the assets/resources are in the description.“ All links in the description Make them free and easy to access on a common public website. This way they will be available “forever” (or a long time). Have a link to the final version of the project Code/Software: github.com Text Assets: https://pastebin.com/ Audio Assets: ???? freesound.org Video Assets: ???? www.yotube.com The video itself Clear through each step of the tutorial, until done. Practice a few times for smoother delivery and reduce editing Target to your audience: ie noobs vs XPerienced, etc. Wrap-up. Now it’s done, some self-promotion… Support me via short courses, Patreon, etc. “Links in the Description” Feed the algorithm with Like, Subscribe, & Bell.