How to Make a Tutorial /Screencast Video

If you are a real pro at doing something, and want to help other people improve their skills, there’s no better way to do this than to make your own video tutorial and share it on the web. If your video guide is clear, professional-looking, and valuable, you’ll be a YouTube star in no time!




This is the main window to perform your recordings. You can make various types of videos just select what you want to record. For that you need to choose the:

  • Audio Capture Device (1)
    like Microphone, Speaskers or Headphones.
  • Video Device Capture (2)
    like Webcam or any video camera connected to your computer.
  • Content Capture Source (3)
    like E2R built in apps, all desktop or one single window.

When you have selected the settings properly just hit “Start Record”.


When you finished recording and after hit “Stop Recording” you should hit “Preview and customize” your video to preview the final result and improve the video appearance.


Now they will be loaded the recorded footage where we can through drag and drop drag to the desired location and preview how it looks on the chosen resolution.

You can export up to 720 HD in the free version and up to 4K in the paid version.

In this step can customize various aspects such as the size of the elements, add background music, add a background image, choose the background color, insert intro and outro templates and even add filters. All very intuitive and easy to use.

You can add visual styles to your video with the built in background and make your video more appealing for your audience. When the video is how you want just click “Export”.

During the export process you do not need to make any intervention and will be faster or slower depending on the elements it introduced and the duration and quality of the loaded videos.

When the export finishes click “Save Video”.

Give the desired name to the video and select where do you want to save.

That’s it!

View your video ready and you can publish and share it with your audience in platforms like Youtube, Vimeo or even Facebook.

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