Instructional video

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Instructional videos are modern offshoots of instructional films on media such as DVD or video cassette with a different target group : While the instructional film is produced for (group) teaching purposes, the instructional video is primarily designed for the individual viewer in the home environment. In contrast to the documentary film , the instructional video not only conveys information, but also provides specific instructions and assistance.

The medium of instructional video is particularly suitable for instructional content that can be learned more clearly and memorably through animated or filmed visualization than through printed media .

If the content to be conveyed is clearly structured, individual chapters or sections of the video can be targeted and repeated. The viewer's own learning objective can thus be achieved more efficiently than with a chronological film.

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