When you’re making a video to illustrate a process change or an update, start by collecting your supporting shots.
Take a photo, video clip or screenshot of each step in the process. Screenshots are great if your process is done on a computer, like in our video above.
Email the screenshots to yourself as an attachment and open the email on your mobile device. Then tap “save to camera roll” so you can use them with Videolicious.
To put it together, open Videolicious. In Step One, select your supporting shots in the proper order of the process.
Your screen shots will have default movement that you can turn off and on. To turn off the default movement, tap the edit button at the bottom of your screen and then tap your shot. You’ll see a preview as shown in the video above. Tapping the button in the top right corner turns off movement. Tap save.
In Step Two, tap the “camera + mic button” in the upper right corner of your screen to record a voiceover. Tap the record button and watch the countdown. When it’s done, start describing the first step in your process. To move on to the next step, tap the following shot and describe that part. Keep going until you’re done – then tap the record button again to stop your video.
In Step Three, you can add music – tap choose your music, then “theme music” and select a song. You can adjust the volume by sliding the mixing bar left or right. When you are satisfied with your edits, preview and save your final video.