Wondering how to make video lessons in Canva? In this Canva video editor tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Canva for educators and how to use Canva for teachers. So let's get right into how to use videos in Canva in this easy Canva tutorial.
First off, if you don't have a Canva account yet, just click on the link in the description box below to sign up for free. In your Canva homepage, use the search bar up top to search for 'presentation'. Once that option populates, click on it.
Canva has a number of presentation templates that you can use to make video lessons, or you can click on 'create a blank presentation' up top to start from scratch. Once you've located a presentation template that you enjoy, and want to make a video lesson out of, click on it to edit it.
You can either leave this presentation as is, or add your own content and click on any of the icons on the left-hand side panel to edit this Canva design further so that it looks the way you wish. For more details on how to customize a design in Canva, make sure to watch my video on ‘how to use Canva’. I’ll leave the link to it in the description box below. For more details on how to create better presentations with Canva, make sure to watch my video on 'how to use Canva to create a presentation'. I’ll leave the link to it in the description box below.
To transform this presentation into a video lesson, click on the three little dots on the top, right-hand side, and then on 'present and record'. The present and record feature allows you to record yourself while talking over a presentation. You can then share a video link with students, friends or colleagues. Click on the 'go to recording studio' button to proceed.
A popup will appear asking you to set up your camera and microphone. Choose the appropriate camera, or none if you wish to record audio only, as well as the appropriate microphone. If you are going to use a camera to record your video lesson, make sure you are within the circular frame. If you wish to go back to your presentation to make further edits before you transform it into a video lesson, click on 'back to editing'. Once you're done setting everything up, click on 'start recording' at the bottom.
A 3, 2, 1 countdown will appear, and then your video lesson recording will begin. You can see how much time has elapsed on the top, left-hand side, click to pause and resume the recording, click on the arrows on either side of the presentation to move to the next or previous slide, preview the next few slides at the bottom, as well as your presenter notes if you added them on the right hand side.
The only things that'll be recorded are within this red box. Once you've finished recording your video lesson in Canva, click on the 'end recording button'. A popup will appear saying that your video lesson recording is being uploaded. You need to keep this browser window open while uploading. Depending on your video lesson recording length, this might take a while.
If you made a mistake and wish to go back to restart your video lesson recording, click on 'cancel and discard' at the bottom of the popup. Another popup will appear once your video lesson recording link is ready. You can either copy and share this link with anyone you want to grant access to this video lesson recording, click on either 'download' on the right-hand side, or on 'save and exit' and then on 'download recording' to save this video lesson as a file on your computer, or click on 'delete recording' to remove the video lesson recording you just did and re-record it.
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