You can record a narration on your PowerPoint Slides and save them as as PowerPoint slides and also export them as a movie file.
Also strongly consider adding captioning to your PowerPoint recording. See how.
A. You can record a narration on your PowerPoint Slides in two ways.
Method 1: Insert audio, video in each slide
Method 2: Record your presentation from the Slide Show
B. In both cases, you can redo your recording on all, or selected slides.
C. To export it as a movie, go to File > Export > and select the file format (MP4 in most cases).
Screen Recording Using the QuickTime Player is an easy option to record the content on your screen whether a webcast, or a Presentation on a Mac. Other options include recording a New Movie (e.g. yourself in front of the computer's built-in camera, or, you or anyone else using an external camera.), or, making an Audio only recording.
To make a screen recording, have the content you want to present ready to go. If you are recording a PowerPoint, do not click full-screen or presentation mode until after you click "Record" on QuickTime. You will have to clip the beginning and ends of your recording after you make the recording.
1. Go to File and click on New Screen Recording.
2. Select whether to Record Entire Screen or Record Selected Portion (forth and fifth screen icons with a dot on the lower right corner.
3. Click on Options to select the desired options, including the Microphone for the Audio input.
4. Other options you might consider are recording mouse clicks, timer to start your recording after you click the record button, and the location on your computer to save your recording.
5. Finally, click the record button to start the recording.
6. Stop the recording using by clicking on the stop button on the tool bar.
7. If you need to Trim the beginning and end of your recording, click Edit > Trim
8. Move the Trim slider to trim the beginning and end of your recording, and click "Trim".
7. Click on File > Save
8. Name the file, select the location for the file to be saved to, and click Save.
You can record a presentation in Zoom whether it is a Webcast, a screen cast with a presentation, or just you talking to the camera.
“Beginning on December 22, 2020, Zoom Cloud Recordings will only be available for 60 days. Recordings prior to November 7, 2020, will be deleted.”
For the libraries, some areas to consider:
What is Covered in the Video
1. Getting into Panopto and Canvas, (00:00:00)
2. Panopto Overview, 00:01:20
3. Screen Capture (00:02:53)
4. Share Video Link (00:05:30)
5. Edit Video (00:06:00)
6. Add Chapters (00:07:17)
7. Add Quizzes (00:08:13)
8. Add Captions (00:09:20)
9. Recording a PowerPoint (00:10:42)
10. Editing PowerPoint Video (00:12:38)
11. Importing Another Video (00:12:58)
12. Final Share Link (00:15:10)
Sharing your Panopto Video with a Canvas Course
2. Panopto Video sharing on the MU Libraries Official Site has been enabled for anyone with a link in MU. More or less restrictions can be applied as needed.
3. Click the 'Share' icon and copy the generated link.
4. Send the link to the instructor
5. The instructor can add this link in one of their course modules as an external link. They can also simply add the link to the class announcement.
VLC Media Player https://www.videolan.org
Screen recording and video editing tool
Suggested Use: A great tool for creating tutorials or walkthroughs. Camtasia combines screen recording, video editing, and interactive tools to help you produce customizable videos.
Open Broadcasting Software (OBS)
Suggested Use: Can be used for video recording and live streaming. It is free to download and use.
Image and video screen capture software
Suggested Use: The ability to add effects over captured images can be useful for creating image tutorials of a database or webpage, for example.
Screen recording tool, including audio
Suggested Use: A great way to record tutorials on how to access and search databases.
Tips: For the free version, max recording time is 15 minutes and videos can be published to YouTube, MP4, AVI, and FLV movie.