Do you need some inspiration? Below you can find some short tutorials on how to use our built-in components and create your video in a matter of minutes.

ScreenToVideo manages the whole production cycle: from recording to editing and exporting. This tutorial reveals how simple it is to record your screen along with your webcam and microphone. All input sources come with many adjustable properties.

 

The recording window has an intuitive design with many options grouped in dropdowns. Set the parameters of the video and start your first project.

 

This video shows how simple it is to create a text area inside a rounded balloon. Both in and out transitions are added to provide a better user experience.

 

Sketch animations are very easy to use and can be adjusted to automatically revert and/or continuously loop. Combining them is a good way to draw the attention of your audience.

 

Video effects come in many flavors and are highly customizable, especially when integrating animations. The intuitive timeline editor allows splitting the effect into different stages with automatic smooth transitions.

 

Do you want to use a professional voice? You can use Google Cloud Text-to-Speech to include audio to your video. Alternatively, you can choose among Microsoft voices.

Adding freeze frames can be incredibly useful when giving more details. Splitting and removing a segment of your screen recording is also very easy.

 

There are several text animations that you can choose from. Customize them by setting the duration, path, direction, interval, and many other properties.

 

Exporting has never been so easy. You can embed your video in an HTML player that allows interactivity and choose what happens at the end. Multiple formats are available: MP4, WMV and GIF.

 

Let your viewers directly interact with your demo by including buttons, video actions, markers, and a customizable video player.

 

This short demo embeds a few of our text and sketch animations. Why don’t you try them in your project?

This simple demo presents the screentovideo.com website. The entire video was recorded and edited with ScreenToVideo.