New Canva Screen Record & Video Editing Options!
Canva has a new Screen Record feature! I am excited to share this new option with you, along with Canva’s video editing options too!
For this tutorial, I will use a free Canva account instead of the paid pro account. I usually use my Canva Pro account to create tutorials for you, but I wanted to show you that anyone can start with Canva. [You will find a link below for a Canva Pro 45 day trial for no charge as well as a tutorial to show you how to set up the account!]
To get started on your first Canva Screen Record, click/pick ‘Uploads’ and there you will see the option to record yourself. Be sure that you have the correct camera and microphone connected before you begin. You have the choice of using more than one monitor which is amazing for screen sharing your slides and putting together a wonderful video for any occasion. You will see that when you hit the Record button that you get a 3-second countdown that gives you time to make sure you’re camera-ready.
When you are screen sharing, your image will record in the lower-left corner of your screen and you can pause and restart yourself on the screen. Keep in mind that this will record both files separately, or you can download the combined file first.
Create your video then edit…
Now that you’ve recorded a video, you can open it with the Video template option in Canva and edit. You will click on Uploads and then Videos to find your file(s). You can combine a variety of video clips and Canva options.
This is where the Canva Design magic happens. You have the ability to overlay the recordings and use both files to create your ultimate presentation! You can overlay one file onto the other. Canva also gives you the option to make the video file of yourself talking, larger or smaller. I found the recorded files, under ‘uploaded’ and videos.
Just a few of the ‘Canva Screen Record’ and ‘Video Edit’ options available to help create.
- Flip your video around
- Use animations to have your video enter the screen
- Add text to your screens
- Add sections to your video such as intro and outro images and recordings (many edit options and templates in Canva)
- Insert interesting transitions are available in-between video clips
- Music is also available in Canva
- And so much more!
When you’re finished looking at all of the terrific options and tweaking your video, you’re ready to download. Just click the Download button at the top of the screen and you can save your file where you will easily find it to use in the future.
I have explained a variety of options within this article, however you really have to watch the video to see just how amazing it all is. You can create a customized video with the templates that Canva has to offer. This new Screen Record option will take your presentation to the next level and this can all be done on a FREE Canva account.
[If you don’t have a Canva account, and would like more options, you can check out a Canva Pro account for 45 days at no cost. My Canva Affiliate Link: https://www.canva.com/affiliates/CCCPR45] The full tutorial on how to get started is here.
Canva’s New Screen Recorder & Video Editor
I hope you found this helpful and that you will explore all of the options in Canva. This is one tool to help you create engaging presentations that will turn your audience into participants.
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