Optimizing Videos for the Best Documentation

How can I create high-quality documents with KARDA? Follow these tips for your videos:

  1. Clear and Concise Script: Begin with a well-structured script. Ensure your language is clear, concise, and directly related to the instructional content. Avoid complex sentences or jargon that a viewer might misunderstand.
  1. High-Quality Audio Recording: Use a good-quality microphone and record in a quiet environment to ensure clear audio. Background noise can be distracting and may affect the accuracy of the transcription.
  1. No Background Music: Avoid using background music or other audio tracks that are not essential to the instruction. Music can interfere with the KARDA's ability to accurately transcribe and interpret spoken words.
  1. Speak Clearly and at a Steady Pace: Articulate words and maintain a steady pace. Speaking too fast or slurring words can result in transcription errors.
  1. Visual Aids and Demonstrations: If your video includes visual aids or demonstrations, describe them verbally in detail. This is crucial for KARDA’s backend to conjointly process audio and video information. For example, if you are showing how to perform a task, describe each step as you do it.
  1. Proper Video Formatting: Choose a standard video format like MP4 or MOV. Ensure the video resolution is adequate for clear viewing but not so high that it becomes difficult to manage or upload.
  1. Direct Address and Engagement: Speak as if you are directly addressing the viewer. This approach helps in creating a more engaging and comprehensible instructional document.
  1. Avoid Off-Topic Discussions: Stay on topic and avoid diverging into irrelevant areas. Remember, everything you say will be transcribed and used to create the instructional document.
  1. Include Summaries or Recaps: Periodically summarize key points. This repetition can help emphasize important aspects of the instruction.
  1. Test Transcription Quality: Test the audio extraction and transcription process with a short segment of your video. This will allow you to adjust any issues with audio clarity, or speech delivery before finalizing the entire video.