How can I create a recorded video lecture using WizIQ Recordor?
You can record your live audio and synchronize it with your presentation slides using WizIQ Recordor. Follow the steps below to create a recorded video lecture using WizIQ Recordor.
- Click the WizIQ Recordor tab in the PowerPoint ribbon (see Figure 1).
- Click Record Audio (see Figure 2).
- If you are a first-time user, you will be asked to sign in to their WizIQ account and set their recording preferences.
- Click the Record icon to capture your live audio (see Figure 3).
- Your audio as well as your presentation slides get automatically synced as you narrate and navigate the presentation slides. You can pause and resume the recording. In addition, you can re-record the audio for the slide you are currently on.
- Once you are finished recording the audio, press the End icon (see Figure 4).
- A recorded video lecture (mp4 file) is created. You can preview the video to see the final output.
- Click the Looks Fine button once your video lecture is final (see Figure 5).
What is WizIQ Recordor?
WizIQ Recordor is a free add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint that enables you to record your live video and audio over your presentation slides to create video lectures for flipped learning, classroom teaching and MOOC sessions. This simply means that ...
How do I use WizIQ Recordor?
To use WizIQ Recordor, download the latest version of the plug-in. Once you have downloaded the WizIQ Recordor, open Microsoft PowerPoint. Click the WizIQ Recordor tab in the PowerPoint ribbon (see Figure 1.1). You will then have the option of using ...
How do I share my recorded video lecture with my students and colleagues?
Once you have created your video lecture, a window titled WizIQ: Share with the world will open. Add the email addresses of the people with whom you want to share your recorded lecture along with a message. You can also choose the contacts already ...
Where do I find video lectures created using WizIQ Recordor on my computer?
You can find the folder where your captured video lectures are stored from WizIQ Recordor’s Upload History. The default storage location of your video lectures is C:\ProgramData\WizIQ Recordor\ (Replace C with your default OS drive). You can also ...
How can I add video lectures directly to my courses from within WizIQ Recordor?
After you have recorded your video lecture, you will see a message confirming that your video lecture has been created (as shown in figure 1.1). Figure 1.1 You can then view the created video lecture. If you don’t find the video lecture satisfactory, ...