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Tracy Aboagyewa Malone

Teaching & Academics

Online Course Filming Toolkit

Online Course Filming Toolkit

First off... You don't need expensive tools to film your online courses. So, here's what you need sis!

1. Camera

This can be an iPhone or video camera that has great picture quality and high resolution.

2. Teleprompter

Do you have a hard time memorizing your scripts? Cueprompter is a free user-friendly app you'll absolutely love...

3. Lapel Mic

Recording audio directly from your camera's built-in microphone will work, however we suggest also investing in lapel mic

4. Tripod Stand

A tripod stand will stabilize your footage. Quick fix: Support your camera with objects around your house.

5. Lighting

Low lighting will cause your footage to appear blurry. We suggest purchasing a lighting kit from Amazon to brighten your room and your gorgeous face!

6. Background

Make sure you have a quite space to record your content. Here's a sneak peek at my recording area...

Are you ready to record your first module?

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