In order to record your videos, you just need a good area to record and some basic video recording equipment - this could be anything from a simple webcam to a profession camcorder, the choice is your's so pick what works best for you. Many people already have some means of recording, with HD cameras built-in to their laptops, and mobile devices you likely don't need anything new.
If you're teaching a subject like music you will probably want to make sure you have a good microphone as typically built-in microphones won't capture the full range, but we're sure you know that already.
Besides the physical hardware you will need some editing software, our system provides you a means to publish your work but at the moment does not include editing capability. When you speak with us we'll make you some recommendations if you're not sure what to use.
The setting for your lessons may or may not be important to you, you may already have somewhere in mind or may want to find yourself a good space that compliments your material. Some partners prefer to use their living room, or some other room of the house to make the lessons seem less intimidating - others prefer a studio look, you can source a studio if you're able or if you'd like we can advise you as to setting up a small home studio.
We know you're probably very busy, and initially the recording process may take you some time to get the hang of things - if you're not familiar with video editing then this is something you may spend a while getting the way you like it. Once you're rolling though recording can take very little time. We have partners that fit their recording in between teaching their face-to-face students.
There are two important aspects to consider: