Creating Effective Video Tutorials from Scratch

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Are you tired of having to explain to your less-tech-savvy friends the basics of cyber security? If you’d rather save yourself from having to go through the trouble of repeating the same thing over and over (and over) again, why not create short cyber-security tutorials that show and tell them what to do?

To create these cyber-security tutorials, all you need is:

1. Screen capture software
Seeing as it is a cyber-security tutorial, screen capture is the perfect way to ‘show’ people what they should be doing, and to make videos using screen capture, you need software that supports it.

2. Microphone
Suffice to say you’re going to need a voiceover to guide people through your tutorial and to record one you’ll need a microphone.

Once you have these two items, you can get started. It would help to plan your tutorial in advance and ‘script’ it out – so to speak. If you like you can start by writing down the steps that will form the meat of the tutorial and then refine and flesh them out into scenes. Each scene will form the basis of a full-fledged script that not only covers the voiceover but also what actions are going to be performed on-screen while that’s going on.

When you’re ready you can record the tutorial, and then edit it to tweak and adjust any issues. Also when you’re editing the tutorial you could add and enhance the video to give it a certain amount of polish so that it looks both attractive and professional.

One of the easiest ways to accomplish all of this is with the Movavi Video Suite. It will give you a set of powerful tools that will help you to create effective cyber-security tutorials from scratch, and will let you:


  • Capture video footage directly from your screen (or via webcam or other devices too).
  • Cut and combine video segments to get rid of unwanted footage or merge clips together.
  • Enhance the video quality and correct common issues with recordings.
  • Insert audio tracks for voiceovers and background music.
  • Apply animated transitions between scenes, special effects and filters to alter the visual appearance and style of the video.
  • Add customizable text to create captions, subtitles or watermarks.


When you’re done creating and editing your video, the Movavi Video Suite will let you save and optimize it with ease – thanks to the hundreds of presets that are built in to the software. Considering these presets include support for mobile devices as well as popular online video sharing platforms such as YouTube, you should easily find one that fits.

Using all the features present in the Movavi Video Suite, you should have no problem creating an impressive tutorial that covers the basics (or even more advanced elements) of cyber-security. In fact, you may find that the results are polished and professional enough that you feel it is worth uploading it to YouTube and sharing it with others as well – and it may even earn you some decent revenue in the process.

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