Pip Cleaves
Senior Education Consultant at DLE

Make Instructional Videos with Adobe Video Presenter Express

Technical Tutorial Published 11/30/14 Last updated on 5/16/18

Create simple instructional videos—no video production experience required! In this beginner-level session, technology educator and Adobe Education Advocate Dr. Tim Kitchen will teach you how to use Adobe Presenter to capture content and actions on your computer screen.

See Session Recording below.

  • Presenter

    Transform your PowerPoint presentations into interactive eLearning content.

Communication and Collaboration, Research and Information Fluency, Digital Citizenship, Creativity and Innovation, Technology Operations and Concepts, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
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Scena Webb

Posted on 3/11/15 10:33:58 PM Permalink

Absolutely enjoyed this video. The content was presented integrating what was being said with demonstrating each feature. I appreciate how quick the information was presented. Nice job.

Clint Balsar

Posted on 1/6/15 2:33:08 AM Permalink

Is it true that the Video Presenter Express is not included with either the Creative Cloud or the Adobe Partner program? I am an Adobe Certified Instructor and could acquire the Windows version, but not the Mac. It's a great tool, but I am not able to expend 150 of it.

Judy Durkin

Posted on 12/15/14 11:33:05 AM Permalink

WOW wow wow - my project for winter break is to get back into this and totally do a flipped classroom 2nd semester! Thank you for the terrific resources you posted for flipped classrooms - Captivate and Presenter.

Judy Durkin

Posted on 12/15/14 11:21:39 AM Permalink

I have had all kinds of problems getting Presenter to start up and function. I am determined! It is such a great product. Thank you for the terrific resource, Pip.

Christine Kimoto

Posted on 12/7/14 3:49:22 AM Permalink

This is a neat tool to use to implement flipped teaching, plus, it seems extremely user friendly. I think even students can use this tool to create videos to demonstrate their learning and understanding.

Jennifer Fas

Posted on 12/5/14 5:19:48 AM Permalink

Looks like a great tool for flipping your classroom.

Ryan Patterson

Posted on 12/3/14 6:36:00 AM Permalink

Seems like a great tool for flipped classroom. It seems easy enough to use and has great editing capabilities.

Jesus Sandoval

Posted on 12/3/14 4:38:37 AM Permalink

Very interesting and practical way to make instructional video. I liked the flexibility on editing and focusing in small sections of the presentations. As preparation time is always shrinking, having the proper flipped classroom tools becomes very essential.