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Creating Video - YouTube tutorials


charles meyer
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I want to visually teach others basic and intermediate computers skills at the public library. Most YouTube videos (despite being saved in 1080p high resolution and uploaded to YT as such) appear with characters (“words”) on screen tiny and/or illegible.

I want to ensure the characters (words) in my instructional videos appear clear and large enough for most viewers (think Tahoma 12 in Libre Writer or Word.)

What steps can I take to ensure the characters on screen are clear and large enough in my video tutorials?

Since YT compacts the videos, are there additional steps I can take to compensate for that YT compression?

Thank you.

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