Unofficial Udemy, Camtasia and PowerPoint Course Creation
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- Learn to create PowerPoint animations
- Learn to capture and produce screen cast based course videos
- Learn to produce and market your courses via udemy
- Windows PC or Mac
- Microsoft PowerPoint
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Learn What it Takes to Produce and Sell a Udemy Course
This course explains how to create Udemy courses using PowerPoint and the Camtasia Screen Recorder and Video Editing software. It includes everything you need to know to create stunning screencast based presentations on your Windows based PC. The course concludes with information on pricing and marketing your course that will set you well on the path to becoming one of the Udemy $10,000+/yr elite.
Good instructor - Brian is a good instructor. He explains things well and for that I learned a lot of things easily. I'll be a future Udemy instructor and this course is definitely helps. Thank you Brian. ---Joni Esteban (5 Stars)
Learn PowerPoint Slide Animation
Rather than using PowerPoint to produce bland presentation slides, this course will show you how to animate PowerPoint slides to produce stunning production and course logo videos and show you simple ways to add movement to your slide presentations to maintain your audience's attention.
In this course you'll learn to use PowerPoint to:
Create a course image
Animate production logos
Animate course logos
Animate lecture slides
Learn to add exciting PowerPoint presentations to your Udemy lectures.
Fantastic course! - If you are trying to learn how to publish on Udemy, this is a great course! I learned more about using Camtasia and publishing on Udemy than I have with all the other information I have found! Really good stuff! Highly recommend!
---Josh Gwin, MBA (5 Stars)
Learn Camtasia Studio 8, Camtasia 9, 2018 and 2019 Screencasting
Camtasia is the premiere Windows PC based screen capture and video editing tool. In this course I'll show you the ins and outs of Camtasia recording and walk you through the video production process from beginning to end. From video recording through editing tasks such as deleting unwanted scenes, zooming and panning, and adding callouts -- it's all here.
In this course you'll learn to use the Camtasia video recorder and editor to:
Capture PowerPoint presentations
Edit your videos and merge media
Zoom, pan, and annotate your videos
Produce your course lectures for upload to Udemy
Learn everything you need to know to become proficient with Camtasia Studio.
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This course is excellent. - This course is well organised, clearly presented, and provides step-by-step instructions on the do's and don't of how to successfully create a Udemy course. It answered a lot of the questions I had and alerted me to other important considerations. I feel that I now have a blueprint that will guide me as I go through my course creation steps.
---Silvia Wright-Davies (5 Stars)
Learn Udemy Course Production and Marketing
Learn to navigate the Udemy website and to use the interface to produce and market your course videos. Learn to price your courses to sell. Learn to promote your courses so that customers will want to own a copy. Learn to monitor sales and take action to keep the money rolling in.
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- Those new to udemy course production who would like practical course development guidance
In this overview of the course I discuss each of the eight major sections in the course which pretty much lays out the course production process, not that you won't learn even more about creating courses for udemy in the next couple of lectures.
In this two slide lecture I show how Udemy works from preparing and submitting your course through sales and payment. The view is at the highest level but I still hope this provides a good overview of what we're about to undertake.
In this lecture we discuss the hardware and software requirements of preparing a udemy course. Although the initial investment can be steep if you're starting from scratch, most of us have a PC or Mac with much of the required software already installed. With a little luck, you can get started for the cost of a $69 pair of microphone headphones.
In this lecture we review alternate sources of udemy production information as almost a prerequisite to this course, the most important being the udemy staff course on creating a udemy course. I don't think it replaces this course, but it sure is good for free.
To complete this, the first and only section project in this course, I'd like you to do the following:
Create a Udemy course lecture with into and outro PowerPoint slides.
Submit the message "Quick-start mini-course complete" to the Q&A section of this course to share your progress.
Congratulations on learning Camtasia so quickly,
In this lecture we fill out the Basic information page to begin defining the contents of our book. We discuss the importance of selecting a short but keyword rich title, a descriptive subtitle, and a competitive category for your new course to improve search and browsing hit results.
In this lecture I provide a very quick overview of using the Gnu Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) to produce a 960px x 540px udemy image. Use your favorite tool be it the premiere Adobe tools or something that came pre-installed with your operating system. In two more lectures I'll show you how to use PowerPoint instead to create udemy images.
In this lecture we look at directory organization and file naming standards that will help you to keep the multitude of files generated by the udemy course creation process organized. Follow these steps and you should be able to find everything you need to finish course production (this won't be easy if you don't start organizing your files early).
In this section introduction I attempt the impossible, to provide an overview of PowerPoint in preparation for a demonstration of using PowerPoint to produce Production Logos, Course Logos, and Lecture Slides. I hope this is enough and complain via comments if it isn't and I'll try to add more based on your notes.
In this lecture we focus on PowerPoint as we show how to animate the course image to produce what I refer to as the course logo. I typically speak over the course logo as I will speak over this course logo during this course. Confused? Don't be, it will all become clear by the end of the lecture.