Prospecting videos software by Screen Story

Create personalized onboarding videos

The easiest way to create compelling and engaging employees videos

Create high-quality onboarding videos. No video editing skills needed

Before Screen Story:
you need to edit employees videos manually
After Screen Story:
the tool automatically applies magic to your videos
Smooth Cursor
Get a handcraft studio quality feel of the animation of the cursor automatically. Newton physics applied.
AutoZoom & AutoFollow clicks
Screen story automatically creates AutoZooms animations on part of your video recording. That saves you tons of time and video looks more engaging.
Motion blur
Apply motion blur to your animations, making the video feel more smooth.
Background & window frame
Choose from variety of backgrounds, to match your brand guidelines and stand our from the crowd.
Cursor settings
Delete your cursor completely from the video. Or change your cursor type and use Screen Story for mobile demo. Works perfectly with iPhone simulator on your Mac.
Record videos and gifs
Record screen and choose between a variety of export options. Gif, mp4, 60 FPS, 4K.
Record your voice
Record your voice to add more dynamic and information to your videos
Selfie Camera support
Record yourself and switch between you, the screen, or both at once - with amazing animations.
AI Captions
Boost engagement by applying auto-captions to your videos. These captions are generated locally, without the need for an internet connection.

Benefits of using Sсreen Story for Employee Onboarding Videos

Need a lot of time to produce checklists for employees
Complex software
No video editor or video freelancer on the team
Regular Screen recording has a small image scale and laggy cursor
Any employee can create onboarding videos
Professional video without any editing skills
AutoZooms and Cursor setting
Make your onboarding video easy and clean for employees with smart zooms and customized cursor
Save $40k/year on a professional video editor
Screen Story costs 100x less than professional editors or freelancers

How to make onboarding videos

Step 1: Record

Select the window or the entire screen that you want to record and optionally choose your webcam or microphone

Step 2: Magic

Once the recording is complete, Screen Story works its magic by generating stunning AutoZooms and ensuring smooth cursor behavior effortlessly

Step 3: Customize

Personalize your recording by cropping the image, selecting backgrounds, adjusting cursor size, applying motion blur to animations, and achieving a flawless screen recording

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Need something cleared up?
Here are our most frequently asked questions.
What is an Onboarding Video?

An onboarding video is a video that introduces and familiarizes new users or customers with a product, service, or platform. It guides them through the initial steps, demonstrates key features, and provides essential information to help them get started.

What is the Importance of Onboarding Video?

Onboarding videos are important because they:
1. Simplify the user's initial experience and reduce learning curves.
2. Engage users with visual and interactive content.
3. Communicate the value and benefits of the product or service effectively.
4. Increase user confidence and encourage product adoption.
5. Enhance user retention and minimize early churn rates.

How Long Should an Onboarding Video Be?

An ideal onboarding video should be concise and focused, typically ranging from 1 to 3 minutes. Keep it engaging and avoid overwhelming the user with excessive information. Shorter videos are more likely to be watched in their entirety.

What Should a Welcome Video Include?

A welcome video should include:
1. Greeting and introduction. Welcome the user and express appreciation for choosing the product or service.
2. Value proposition. Highlight the key benefits and features that make the product or service valuable.
3. Getting started instructions. Provide clear guidance on how to begin using the product or service.
4. Key features overview. Demonstrate the most essential features and how they can be utilized.
5. Support and assistance. Inform users about available resources, such as FAQs, tutorials, or customer support.
6. Call to action: Encourage users to take specific actions, such as exploring further, completing a profile, or contacting support.

How to Make a Welcome Video?

To create a welcome video:
1. Plan your content and script.
2. Use a friendly and approachable tone.
3. Incorporate visual aids like screen captures, graphics, or animations.
4. Record and edit the video using video editing software.
5. Ensure good audio and video quality.
6. Add captions or subtitles for accessibility if needed.
7. Publish the video on relevant platforms, such as the product website, app, or email onboarding sequences.

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