How to create a video lesson


There are six different types of lessons that you can create inside a course. In this article, we will be covering the steps through which you can create video lessons. 

Step 1: Create a course

Login to your account => click courses => create new course => choose your preferred course type => and click Next.

Afterward, add the course title and description and click create course.

Under lessons, an introductory course section and lesson would be provided for you to get started. Note that you can either delete the introduction or edit it.

Step 2: Choose your type of lesson

Click the add lesson button => add a lesson title => tick the video lesson box and click create lesson.

Step 3: Upload your video

Click the add content button and upload your video.

Note that you have to:

=> Make sure that your videos are in MP4 or MOV formats.

=> The file size is less than 2 GB.

=> The videos are under 20 minutes: We strongly recommend that course creators split their videos into small chunks of lectures, to make it easier for the videos to be uploaded and processed, and for students to watch them.

Step 4: Add a caption to your video

You can add a VTT caption file to make your video more accessible. This would act as a subtitle for your video. 

Kindly refer to this link for steps on how to add subtitles to your videos

Step 5: Add a lesson description

Lastly, you can add a short description to further explain the videos to your students and give any additional information you want them to know.

Step 6: Publish your course

Scroll down and publish your video lesson.

Move to the Publish menu and ensure that all the requirements have been ticked. Afterward, click publish now.

In conclusion, your course becomes available to your students after it has been published. 

To view your course as a student, click Courses => view course, and you will be taken to the course.

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