I would like to make videos about mathematics, where the formulas are written instead of just shown. The classical way of doing this is like khanAcademy.
The thing I don't like about this is the fact that you really have to write it down, I would like to be able to get the same effect using LaTeX. I.e. I would first make my LaTeX slide completely and then I would like to turn into a video how this is created. Preferably each letter, each sign,... should be written individually as if I were writing it myself.
Is there a package in LaTeX or some online tool which enables me to do this?
An example of something that looks like this is math.stackexchange! When I write a LaTeX formula in it, it generates the text I'm typing real time, I could record this and use recording to cut out the part where the text is generated, I could then paste this GIF into the video I work on. Two things I don't like about using this:
- It's really not meant to be used that way and thus it takes a long time to make a video like that.
- All text (and formula's) you type appear as you type it, but it's not really written, it just appears all at once, I would like each letter to really appear as if it was being written.