Learn to use Camtasia 9 or Camtasia Mac 3 like an expert. Camtasia is a powerful screen capture tool that can also be used for editing. This course covers the workings of the latest version of Camtasia that was released in mid-October 2016. With easy to follow, video tutorials, taught by an instructor who has been using Camtasia for over 7 years, your will be creating professional, high quality video in no time.
In this course you will learn:
If you are looking for a fun, easy to follow course that shows you the ins and outs of Camtasia, then you have come to the right place. Included in this course are all of the project files needed to work through the examples given along with step-by-step tutorials aimed to help you get the most out of Camtasia.
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Students will learn about the qualifications of the instructor.
Discussion on the impacts of resolution in screen capturing.
A look at how to use the Canvas in Camtasia.
A look at how the Timeline is used in Camtasia.
A video on the differences in the software between different operating systems.
An overview how the various preferences in Camtasia Studio 9 and where to change them.
A look at how to use the media library options and how to edit them to fit your videos.
Even though the library assets are not built into Camtasia Mac and are deletable in Windows, you can download and use them on either version.
A video covering the basics of recording with Camtasia.
Tips on how to avoid simple recording mistakes.
A look at what happens when you stop recording.
This lessons shows how to change the default recording locations so that you can access them quickly and more easily organize your projects.
Overview of how to record a Keynote or PowerPoint Presentation.
An overview of how to record videos using the PowerPoint add-in Windows.
Students will learn how to use the Timeline tool in Camtasia.
Students will learn how to cut and delete items from their tracks.
Students will learn how to use annotations to add content to their screencast.
Students will learn how to use transitions in Camtasia.
Students will learn how to use the animation in Camtasia.
Students will learn how to use the behaviors feature in Camtasia.
Students will learn how to use the voice narration feature in Camtasia.
An example of how a clip can be edited from beginning to end.
An overview of this section.
An overview of the different types of files that you can export from Camtasia.
Students will learn how to put in settings for exporting in Mac.
Students will learn how to put in settings for exporting in Windows.
Students will learn how to export a GIF image in Camtasia.
Students will learn how to export a single image and/or audio only from Camtasia.
A quick overview of how to export a number of saved projects quickly and easily.
An example of how all of the intro bumpers are made in this course.
A look at how to get media from your mobile device to Camtasia and how to screen capture an iOS device in Camtasia.
Students will be able to create an animation similar to one used in the October 4th Google cell phone ad.
Learn to create a pop-up to show details of an area of your screen recording.
In this video we look at how to create the iconic HBO intro in Camtasia.
I am an educator, blogger, techno-geek, and father. I have been a high school and middle school teacher for the past seven years who has taught in the cyber school and bricks and mortar settings. During that time I have created numerous courses for my school and have had extensive experience in engaging with students online.
I have a Masters degree in Educational Technology and my Bachelor's degree is in Technology Education (shop class for the old school crowd). I love creating content and helping my students reach their potential. I have vast experience in instructional design and video creation. My goal is to make every student feel welcomed and that my class benefited them.