As a Professional and Annual Plan subscriber you have access to the Powhow vStudioTM Class Recording feature. All class recordings are automatically saved to your Video Library and set to private.
To Record a Live "Interactive" Class:
- Start your Class
- Click on the Red Record button under your own video stream
- The message will change from Paused to REC and the timer will start counting
- Now you are recording in your class.
- Click on the red button again to end or pause recording. You may pause your recording for up to 5 minutes before a new video file is created. You may want to pause your recording during class to answer personal questions or feedback. This will allow you to publish a seamless instructional experience for post-class viewers. If you change video cameras, you will need to click the record button again.
- The recording (or recordings) will automatically saved to your Video Library. When they are ready, you will receive a email notification.
To Record a Live "Interactive" Stream:
- Follow the same process indicated above
- Click on the Orange Record button under your own video stream. All of the same rules apply.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Recordings are only of the Instructor Video and Sound. Students are not recorded.
Here are some great ideas for making more out of your recorded classes:
- Record a broadcast class - Since you are only delivering material, broadcast classes are great to record and use as content in your Video Library. If you teach a 1 hour yoga class and record it, you now have a 1 hour yoga class to sell in your vStudioTM. Make more out of your teaching time!
- Record a personal training session - Record a personal training session as a premium for your client. Now the client can have a recording of their class and reference it as they need to. It's also a great promotional tool for selling your private lessons.
- Record Yourself- You don't even need clients in the classroom to record video content. Create a new class just for yourself to film a series of quick videos. Add them to your library as warm-ups, or record a full length class for that week that you're going to be on vacation. :) Everyone deserves a break now and again!