Any meeting, presentation, or marketing strategy would be incomplete without the use of video. Nearly 80% of presenters believe that video aids in the delivery of an effective message to their audiences. Web-users also enjoy watching high-definition virtual office videos with beautiful backgrounds. These virtual videos may also serve as the virtual office avatar for your business. How to make one? In this article, I’ll provide you why you will need to record a virtual office background video.
Part1 Why you will need to record a virtual office background video?
The use of video recording to capture raw contextual data is quite useful. In contextual data, video recording can assist you to capture essential nonverbal communication cues. Recording virtual meetings have several advantages.
Teams can revisit and grasp recordings more easily than written notes if they record sessions. Teams can use a digital whiteboard to visualize ideas during virtual meetings. These gatherings have the potential to boost productivity.
Training sessions can be recorded for later use. Attendees' full attention is not always maintained during virtual training sessions. The audience can rewatch the session if the presenter records it. Recorded sessions can potentially be reused by organizations in the future. It's similar to instilling a method in future employees.
Recordings keep important data safe for the future. Important data is gathered by remote workers. Recordings allow all participants to go back over the conversation and validate what was said. Recording the session for future use or review would be beneficial to all parties involved.
The video's background/backdrop is one element that must be given sufficient attention. This adds to the video's appeal. Your website visitor's attention might be captured by using a background. They're one of the web design trends that'll probably stick around for a while. They update the appearance of websites. They also convey an artistic quality that static photographs cannot. This is why it is crucial.
Part2 How to record virtual video with DemoCreator webcam recorder?
In this section, you'll learn: How to use the Screen+Webcam Recording mode and How to Record Zoom Meeting.
First, you have to Launch DemoCreator. Select Screen+Webcam. The Screen+Webcam recording is a standard recording mode. If you select this recording mode, your recorded screen, microphone and camera will display on 3 different tracks. You can edit each of them separately.
● Set the capture area. Choose to record the full screen, customize the area, and other settings.
● Select other inputs like webcam, microphone, and audio to record along with the screen. Test the link of your system sound, microphone, and camera. Under the camera recording, you are allowed to set up the webcam mirror direction and the AI face recognition.
● Click the red button or press F10 to start recording.
You'll learn how to use the Screen+Webcam Recording mode and how to record a Zoom Meeting in this section.
You must first launch DemoCreator. Select Screen+Webcam from the drop-down menu. A standard recording mode is Screen+Webcam recording. If you choose this recording mode, your screen, microphone, and camera will be recorded on three separate tracks. You have the option to edit each of them separately.
● Create a capture zone. Select whether to record the entire screen, tailor the recording region, and other options.
● Select other inputs to record alongside the screen. Webcam, microphone audio, and system audio are all options. Check the sound, microphone, and camera connections on your system. Customize the camera and audio for optimal performance. You may also set up the camera recording under the camera recording section.
Screen Drawing Tool
Only the Screen+Webcam Recording mode allows you to use the Screen Drawing Tool. When you've finished recording, click the DemoCreator Recorder in the taskbar to launch it. To open and close it, press Shift+Ctrl+D.
Recording can now be finished or paused.
Click the DemoCreator Recorder on the taskbar, then the end recording button, when you're done recording.
How to Make a Zoom Meeting Record
First, make sure your system sound matches the zoom output sound you've chosen. Select New Recording in DemoCreator. To record the Zoom meeting, change the recording area. Then press F10 or click the red button to begin recording. It will automatically move to the video editor panel once you've done recording. Before exporting, you can preview your recording in the preview window.
Screen Only Mode
Select Screen Only in DemoCreator. You can record both the screen and the audio in this mode. This mode does not allow you to record with your camera. Your recorded screen and microphone files will be concatenated into one track in this recording mode, and you won't be able to edit them independently.
To start or stop recording, simply click the red button or hit F10 on your keyboard. Pause and restart your recording by clicking the pause symbol or pressing F9. It will pop up a window for you to preview your recording after you've finished it. If you're happy with your recording, click FastExport to save it to your computer. Click Editor if you want to make more changes to your recording.
Select Game Mode in DemoCreator. The game recording option allows you to concurrently record the game screen, audio, and camera. Capture the game's most exciting moment.
● To begin, pick a game to record. However, keep in mind that the game must be launched first.
● Select other inputs to record alongside the screen. Webcam, microphone audio, and system audio are all options. Check the sound, microphone, and camera connections on your system. Customize the camera and audio for optimal performance.
● To begin recording, hit the red button or F10.
Complete the recording.
Click the DemoCreator Recorder on the taskbar, then the end recording button, when you're done recording.
Record Virtual Avatar and Background
● Launch DemoCreator, you will find virtual human mode on the interface.
● Enable the webcam and then select a virtual person you like. Make the virtual camera mimic your expression and body language in real-time.
● If you want to alter the background of the video, you can slide to the background provided that contains classroom, official, meeting, etc.
Part3 How to replace the background with the office digital background in Zoom?
During a Zoom conference, you can use the Virtual Background function to show a picture or video as your background. Which might give you more privacy and a more professional appearance when giving a presentation. With or without a green screen behind you, you can use the Virtual Background feature.
In addition, the virtual background feature allows you to choose from a variety of short videos to serve as your virtual background. A video virtual background necessitates the use of additional system resources. As a result, the system requirements are increased.
Finally, you can do nothing and simply blur the background. If you don't have any visuals, use your imagination. In a Zoom Room, you may also employ Virtual Background. Alternatively, the web client has a Mask Background feature.
To get the best results, do the following:
● A better virtual background is achieved with higher-quality cameras. Details can be found in the camera recommendations.
● Make sure the lighting and color are consistent.
● Make sure that not just your face, but also some of your surroundings are well-lit, as the contrast will help you stand out from the crowd.
When it comes to adding virtual backgrounds, there are no size constraints, however, we recommend trimming the image to match the aspect ratio of your camera before uploading it.
● Search some of the virtual backgrounds Zoom has gathered, or go to Pexels, Unsplash, or Pixabay for more royalty-free photos.
How to enable Virtual Background in zoom
If you're using Zoom, here's how.
● Log in to the Zoom web portal as an administrator with the ability to make changes to your account settings.
● Click Account Management, then Account Settings in the navigation menu.
3 Navigate to the Virtual Background option (under the In Meeting (Advanced) section) on the Meeting tab and confirm that it is activated. Optional) To make this setting necessary for all users in your account, click the lock icon, then confirm the setting by clicking Lock.
To provide your users access to video virtual backdrops, check to Allow usage of videos for virtual backgrounds, then Save to confirm the change.
Check Allow users to upload custom backgrounds, then Save to confirm the change, allowing your users to post their backgrounds.
Change your background for a Teams meeting.
Here's how to get started with Microsoft Teams:
● Make your background hazy.
● You can completely replace it with whatever image you desire.
3 Alternatively, you can utilize the Teams virtual background template.
Change your background before a meeting starts
Select Background filters in the Background settings before joining a meeting. On the right, you'll see your backdrop options.
● To blur your background, choose Blur. Everything behind you has been cleverly hidden.
● You can also use one of the offered photos to replace your background.
● You can also make your selection. Select Add New, then choose a file from your computer to upload. Make certain it's an. BMP and JPEG files.
Part4 How to edit the virtual office video?
In today's environment, videos are becoming increasingly important. As evidence, video's popularity has increased by 400% in just three years. However, video editing is a difficult and time-consuming operation. Especially if you're an inexperienced editor. Are you prepared to construct one?
You don't need a video studio to do this. Alternatively, you may hire an in-house team of video experts to capture and edit your videos. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use a beginner-friendly editing program. This can be used to make professional-looking video content.
DemoCreator Video Editor is a free video editor
DemoCreator is a video editing program for professionals. We'll show you how to use DemoCreator to conduct the most basic tasks. Cutting, cropping, rotating, and other techniques are all available.
How to import a video to DemoCreator
There are several methods for importing files into DemoCreator. When you first begin the software, you can use the "Import content" icon on the start screen. This is the best method because DemoCreator will recognize all of your video's parts. It makes the necessary adjustments to the project specifications. When you're ready, press the "Finish" button.
You can also add files to your project while working on it in real-time. Use the special "Add object" buttons at the top to do so. A dialog appears when you add a new file this way to validate the object's position settings and layer's position. Then you'll decide whether the file should be added as a new layer or if it should be placed on top of the existing one.
How to cut, split, crop, and rotate a video in DemoCreator
The cutting tool is the first icon. It comes in handy when you need to cut a video's beginning or end. Place your cursor where you want to cut. Open the cutting menu from the dropdown menu. It's the small triangle to the left of the scissors icon. And then select "Trim" from the drop-down menu.
Use the razor icon to split a video into many pieces. When deleting a fragment, keep in mind that you should click anywhere on the timeline to remove the selection from the entire file. Otherwise, the file will be deleted completely. Then choose the fragment you'd like to get rid of.
Cropping is also simple to do. Simply select the file to be cropped and then select the cropping icon from the "Cutting and Splitting" menu. A new window will appear, allowing you to select the region of the scene that should stay.
Finally, two options in the fast access menu allow you to rotate your footage 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise. Choose the needed rotation direction by clicking on the file you want to rotate.
How to apply effects and transitions in DemoCreator
You may use DemoCreator to create stunning video effects. They can be found under the top ribbon menu's "Video effects" tab. Quick Instagram-style filters, basic color tweaks, transitions, transformational, and translucent effects are all included
Video effects in DemoCreator editor
To use one, first, choose the video file you wish to change.
● Select the required effect from the Video effects tab.
● On the timeline, a new tab will be generated. It will provide all of the effects that have been applied to the specified object.
You'll be able to adjust the effect's duration and position in time from there. Drag it with the mouse to complete these tasks. The properties pane on the right-hand side can be used to make more changes.
Transitions follow the same rule.
● Place your cursor where you want the transition to begin.
● From the Video effects dropdown menu, select a transition.
● Manually adjust the duration.
How to mute a video in DemoCreator
The simplest approach to entirely silence a video's sound is to do the following:
● With the right mouse button, click on the video file.
● Select "Properties" from the menu.
● On the right-hand side, open the Properties pane.
● Find "Audio track" in the list below.
● Choose "Don't utilize audio" from the drop-down menu.
You can also utilize the "Split to video and audio" button. The Properties window is where you'll find it. Simply erase the audio track once it has been separated on the timeline.
How to export a video in DemoCreator
Make sure you have checked everything before exporting the video. You can click the red button to preview your video. If the preview looks bumpy you can lower the preview quality. Lagging happens when the reserves of the PC aren’t enough to process the video in real-time. Keep in mind, that it doesn’t affect the outcome in any way.
Go to the Export project tab and choose the output format. There are a few pre-configured export profiles available for you to choose from. For example, if you want to upload it to YouTube, select “Web – For YouTube”. The output file is saved in the “C:\Users\Owner\Videos\” folder unless indicated differently. If you’d like to change the location, you can do that by clicking the “Change name” button.
At the top of the menu, click the red "Export project" button. And then wait till the conversion is complete.
With just a smartphone and the correct video editing software, almost anyone can create high-quality, professional-level videos. However, there are numerous tools available. If you're new to the game,
Other video editors, such as those used by popular YouTubers to edit their videos and a virtual office avatar, are available. Adobe Premiere Pro, maybe cut, and Free Maker are all examples of video editing software. You must keep in mind, however, that a single editor cannot meet the needs of everyone. It depends on where you are in your editing process. What kind of content are you producing? How much money are you willing to spend on software?
Videos are crucial for getting messages across to target groups. If done well, it may be entertaining, motivational, and educational. Especially when it has a well-considered backstory. Virtual video recording has numerous advantages. Remote workers will have ready access to team brainstorming sessions, training sessions, and other important material discussed in virtual meetings if teams can record them. Making, filming, and editing a video, on the other hand, may be done with the correct gear.
1. What is closed captioning?
As explained earlier, closed captions in a video can be enabled or disabled as required, and can even be formatted for improved visibility or to match the theme of the video. Closed captions for a video are saved in an independent file, typically with the *.srt extension.
2. How to deal with the auto-caption process failure?
While making auto-captioning, you can try to stop the transaction process if the program fails to recognize it. Then launch and sign in to the software again and check your transaction time.