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If you're yearning to teach an online course soon, but don't have the requisite screen recording and video editing skills, make this course your first stop. Here you'll learn to use the most important features of Camtasia Studio 8...quickly...to produce top-quality video courses for Udemy and other online venues.
In this course you'll learn how to prepare your screen for recording, and how to choose a resolution for recording, and then you will learn how to record the screen.
Next you'll learn about editing. For example, you'll learn how to delete video that you don't want people to see, and add video from other sources.
You'll also learn how to embellish your video with titles and mouse pointer highlighting. And you'll learn how to produce your video in the 1080p and 720p HD formats used by Udemy and many other online resources.
As an added bonus, in the bonus lecture, I'll point you to many resources for additional free Camtasia Studio training videos, and free public domain photos, videos, and audio that you can use in your own courses and other video presentations.
You don't need to be a video guru or computer guru to take this course. But you should have some familiarity with files and folders.
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|Section 1: Recording the Screen|
In this course I'll tell you what you can expect to learn from this course, what you'll need to complete the course, and a little bit about myself and my own background, just so you know who is giving you this information.
In this lesson you will learn how to prepare your screen for the best possible recordings, and I'll also give you some food for thought on organizing your content.
In this lesson you'll learn how to record the screen to make your screencast, and how to review, delete, or save your recording.
|Section 2: Produce your Video|
Here you'll learn the most basic...but also the most important...video editing skills including how to delete unwanted content, how to add new content, and how to embellish your content with titles and mouse pointer highlighting.
Now that you've recorded your video and perhaps cleaned it up a bit, it's time to create your final product, and MP4 video that you can upload to Udemy or publish online. You'll learn exactly how to do that in this lesson.
|Section 3: Conclusion and Bonus Material|
Here we'll review what you've learned in this course, using the "view from 30,000 feet" approach, just to help you get it straight in your mind the exact sequence of steps you want to follow every time you create a lesson or video presentation.
In this bonus lecture you'll find links to free Camtasia Studio video tutorials to reinforce, and add to, what you've learned here. I'll also share with you my own personal collection of favorite web sites for downloading free public domain photos, video, clip art, music, and sound effects.
Waterside is among the oldest and largest literary agencies on the West Coast and has sold more than 3,000 books to the trade since it began operations in 1982. Based in San Diego, California, Waterside has represented best-selling authors to publishers in over 20 countries and has generated millions of dollars for its clients. Waterside specializes in trade non-fiction, representing titles in genres such as cooking, self-help, business, sports, technology, travel and much more. Waterside has been a pioneer in the field of online courses. Our authors have been teaching successfully online for more than a decade.
Alan Simpson is the award-winning author of over 115 computer books published throughout the world in over a dozen languages. He has also been an instructor for nearly four decades, having taught thousands of students throughout the world. He has often been called a "master communicator" and consistently receives high ratings the positive reviews from his students.
Alan has been deeply involved in tech since the earliest days of personal computing, serving first as programmer and consultant, and more recently as a web developer. However, his masters degree in the psychology of learning and motivation prepared him well for sharing his extensive technical knowledge. His courses have ranged from beginner basics to advanced web programming.
Currently Alan has online courses on Ed2Go, Teachable, Skillshare, and Udemy. He also holds COMPTIA Security+ and Hootsuite Academy Social Media Marketing Credentials.