Your unstable internet connection got you down? You don’t have to worry if you’re creating videos with ScreenPal. You can work offline anytime. Whether you are creating a class lesson, giving video feedback, or editing a tutorial, you can do all of this and more without having to rely on your internet.
The ability to edit videos without wifi access is a big help for educators. Just ask ScreenPal user Jesus Sosa, an English instructor, moderator, and head of the Department of English at the Universidad de Los Andes in Venezuela. Sosa said that internet access isn’t reliable in some parts of his home country of Venezuela.
“Internet issues are a serious thing,” he said. “Most of the day, the internet just doesn’t work.”
To deal with situations like these, ScreenPal has a full download installation so users like Sosa can create videos with or without online access.
Big Benefits For Working Offline
Being able to work offline helps educators in several important ways. From power outages to unstable internet access at home, it’s common for a finicky connection to keep teachers from completing class videos.
Luckily, educators who use a content creation platform with offline capability enjoy big benefits such as:
You no longer need to sit around frustrated about a poor connection. You can get to work instantly. You’ll experience short loading times, and minimal delays with an offline video creation platform.
Create Your Best Work
When you aren’t stressed about lost time and roadblocks, you’ll have the energy and enthusiasm you need to create your best work. Plus, ScreenPal’s Video Editor offers a robust set of video editing tools that you can use offline. You can mix and match content from multiple devices then edit in overlays like text, images, highlights, and more.
When you’re ready to share, you can connect to the internet and upload it online.
More Battery Life
Devices use up a lot of power searching for a wifi connection. If you can work offline, you’ll save that power for your content instead.
Offline Content Creation Platforms are Rare
Not many video creation platforms are available offline, and it’s not easy to find a new one on short notice (especially if your internet is down).
Start Working Offline
It’s easy to start working offline. All you need to do is install the desktop software on your computer.
Once ScreenPal is installed, you can click on the ScreenPal icon to begin creating videos. Users can access the screen recorder and start recording right away.
If you’ve prepared a slide presentation on a class topic, just launch the recorder and start creating your video.
Users can also enhance their videos with the video editor. You can be as creative as you want with your videos. As a Deluxe user, you have full access to the video editor and all of its tools and features while working offline.
Once you are done editing, you can save the video directly to your device. When you are back online, you’ll be able to save and upload anywhere you like including social websites, Google Drive, YouTube Vimeo, and more.
Connectivity issues are frustrating for everyone, but there’s no need for your videos to stop due to a bad internet signal. Work offline with ScreenPal so you’ll be prepared for whatever comes your way.