Hello, I was wondering how I can add external sounds to my video recording. As I am a teacher, I want to record my own sound while recording the online courses. Is there an easy way to fix this? Thank you very much.
Jean· Answered on Nov 29, 2023
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According to your question, it can be resolved in a variety of ways. I can suggest two rather easy methods to you based on my experience, and you can choose the most suitable one for yourself based on your specific conditions.
The first method involves using video editing software to include audio files in your video. If you've done shooting your video without sound, you can use this method. Naturally, this is a little challenging because you have to refer back to a book or lecture.
The second way is to record your lecture with EaseUS RecExperts, which can also record video and audio simultaneously on a Mac or Windows PC. This way can help you avoid wasting time because it is considerably more straightforward and effective than the first one.
Additionally, suppose you want to record yourself on video so your students can see you in person while taking the online course. This excellent screen recorder with no time limit and no watermark can help you because it enables the webcam and screen to record simultaneously.
Additionally, the screen recorder supports streaming video recordings from sites like Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, and others. You can record educational videos from these sites for students to watch if you are unable to download them, but the precondition is that you cannot record them for commercial use if you record some DRM-protected videos.
Now, you can proceed with the following steps.
Step 1. Download and run EaseUS RecExperts.
Step 2. Click on Full Screen or Region to select the screen you wish to record.
Step 3. Turn on the microphone. Alternatively, by turning on the webcam, you can concurrently record video.
Step 4. Next, select REC to begin the recording.
Step 5. Press the red Stop button after the recording is complete.
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