What is a demo video?
A demo video is a prerecorded presentation that outlines how your product or service works to a prospective customer. A demo video is usually short and covers the main benefits of your product or service and how much it costs. Demo videos can be prerecorded and published on your website or tailor-made for a prospective customer.
How to make a demo video:
Step 1: Record
From the Tella recorder, you can record just yourself or share your screen as well. When you press “Start recording,” you’ll get a three-second countdown to prepare. You can record your demo in clips, so no need to feel you have to get it perfect on the first try.
Step 2: Customise
Once you’ve recorded all your clips, you can customise them in the editor window. With Tella, you can trim clips, rearrange recordings, add subtitles, select custom backgrounds, and apply different layouts for the position of your camera and screen.
Step 3: Share or Download
When you’re done editing, press “Finish.” You can watch the demo and share it with a link, download it as an MP4 file, or embed it on your website.
What should be in a demo video?
Demo videos should give your prospective customers a well-rounded idea of your product or service. But it shouldn’t be stale. Your demo video should intrigue your customer and give them a clear idea of how they could use it. To do this, including all the features and benefits that would be important to a prospective customer.
What is demo video for?
A demo video is usually for prospective customers, but they’re also used to attract investors, train employees, and help users. Depending on who the demo is for, what’s included in the video will be slightly different.
Should you write a script for your demo video?
You should clearly know what you want to cover in your demo video. By no means should you wing it, especially if you have a potential customer on the line. So if a script helps you, then write one. But it’s fine to go through the demo a few times to get a feel for it. With the Tella screen recorder, you don’t have to be perfect every time. You can record your demo in clips and stitch them together afterward.