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Producing a high quality video is critical to increasing viewers' engagement. A good video/audio quality is essential to a good experience.

This IS an important part of our quality review process.

Best practices
  • Lecture Length: We recommend that courses lessons will last between 5-7 minutes
  • Video Settings: HD video (720p minimum) with clear lighting, composition, and a steady camera exported in 16:9 format. These settings will ensure that your lessons are mobile optimized for mobile devices.
  • Lighting: Bright and balanced, with minimal shadows. The sunny outdoors it recommended.
  • Framing: Use a clean, uniform, and non-distracting backdrop. The background should contrast with the filmed subjects.
  • File size: No larger than 1.0 GB. Compatible file types include mp4, .mov, and .wmv
  • Mobile Friendly: Featured text is large enough to read on a smaller screen.
  • Engagement: Use direct eye contact. Record as though you were speaking with close friends.
Before you record all of your lessons, submit a test video and have a My Best Theme team review your video and audio recording settings to ensure you are set up for success in the Quality Review Process at mybestheme.com

Minimum requirements to pass our Quality Review Process
  • Videos must be shot in HD (720p minimum) with clear lighting, framing, and steady camera.
  • Videos must also include high-quality audio.
  • courses must be between 2 and 7 minutes long.
  • Exported slide presentations with audio narration will not be approved.
There are many ways to create content for your online mini-course and many tools to help you shoot and edit video, read the following articles for our recommendations:

Recommended Audio and Video Equipment

With so much variety in the types of recording equipment out there for video and audio, we know it can get overwhelming! To help you choose, we have compiled this list of the most popular equipment for recording your mini-course:

Recommended video equipment
Remember that your videos must be in 720p HD to pass our quality review process. Here are a few cameras we recommend to record your lectures:
  • Your iPhone (iPhone 4 models and above)
  • Your iPad (iPad 2 models and above)
  • Many webcams
  • HD Flip cameras
  • Go Pro cameras
  • Most DSLR cameras

If you have a camera already — whether it’s a mobile phone, a computer, a video camera, a DSLR camera or some other video capture device (especially if we listed it above), check your system preferences or do a quick Google search to check. Simply search for the name of the product and the resolution it shoots. If it can shoot up to 1280×720, you are good to go!

Recommended audio equipment
When choosing your audio equipment, keep our audio quality standards in mind. All of your lectures will need to follow those guidelines for your course to pass our Quality Review Process.

Here are a few options we recommend:
  • Lapel Clip on Microphone: Sony ECM CS3
  • USB Microphones:
    • Blue Yeti
    • Blue Snowball
    • Samson Go Mic