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Want to learn how to make a video for course, tutorials, or videos (including greenscreen) with easy to use and affordable software?
Screencasting software allows you to record your computer's on screen movements, and if you're a Mac user, ScreenFlow 4 is a must have program.
In this Screenflow tutorial course, you'll learn everything you need to know to start creating stunning screencasts.
Part 1 Covers screencasting basics, how to plan, and what equipment you need to produce high quality videos.
Part 2 Takes a deep dive into the software. Learn how to get started, how to record, edit, and share your videos.
Part 3 Will show you how you can use video in your screencasts. You'll learn how to greenscreen, add lower thirds, b-roll, and import footage captured on video cameras.
Finally, there are bonuses which will show you free and alternative screen recording options, how to use keynote, and how to record videos directly from the Internet.
This is a must watch how to make a video course for anyone who wants to learn how to create an online product, tutorial, or video using an affordable editing solution.
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Amani Channel, MA is a video specialist in traditional and digital media. During his career he's worked as a news reporter, content/community manager, media consultant, and he's an award-winning video producer. He currently serves as a Sr. Producer at KEF Media, a company that specializes in broadcast PR. He is also a professional adjunct professor at the University of West Georgia.
During his broadcasting career, Channel's content, commentaries, and reports have been featured on NPR, APTN (Associated Press Television News), CNN, Headline News, Fox News Channel, BET, Black Family Channel, HDNews, and across the Web.
Channel started vlogging in 2006 before it was cool, and he also is the co-founder of WebVideoChefs.com, a video production tutorial community.
Channel often speaks at conferences, workshops, and universities across the country about traditional and new media. He's taught video production at Hillsborough Community College, and the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Tampa, FL.
In 2010, he received a Master of Arts from the University of South Florida.