If you're looking to create an online course, but you don't wanna spend thousands on production, don't worry! 
Here are a few tips:

  1. Use free or low-cost software. There are a number of free or low-cost software programs that you can use to record and edit your course. Some popular options include OBS Studio, Audacity, Shotcut and Vimeo (you can record yourself and your screen at once!).
  2. Use a good microphone. A good microphone is essential for recording high-quality audio. There are many affordable microphones available on the market, such as the Blue Yeti or the Audio-Technica AT2020.
  3. Use a webcam. A webcam is not essential, but it can be helpful for adding a visual element to your recordings. There are many affordable webcams available on the market, such as the Logitech C920.
  4. Find a quiet place to record. Noise can be a major distraction in recordings, so it's important to find a quiet place to record.
  5. Get organized. Before you start recording, it's important to get organized. This includes creating a script or outline for your course, as well as gathering any materials that you'll need.
  6. Practice your presentation. Before you start recording, it's a good idea to practice your presentation. This will help you feel more comfortable and confident in front of the camera.
  7. Take breaks. When you're recording, it's important to take breaks. This will help you stay focused and avoid getting burned out.
  8. Edit your footage carefully. Once you've recorded your course, take some time to edit it carefully. This will help you remove any mistakes or awkward moments.
  9. Add graphics and animations. If you're feeling ambitious, you can add graphics and animations to your course. This can help make your course more engaging and visually appealing.
  10. Promote your course. Once you've finished recording and editing your course, it's important to promote it. It's its now easier then ever! by uploading it to your YidPro Instructor account.