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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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|Section 1: Getting Started|
This course will teach you how to create professional looking and sounding screencasts with ScreenFlow 4 for Mac. You will lean what equipment is needed, how to plan, record using ScreenFlow, edit along with some bonus videos. If you have any questions, feel free to ask at any time.
|Did you know that no video camera is needed to create a screencast? In this lecture, learn why screencasts are useful, the types of videos that can be produced, and where you can purchase ScreenFlow4.|
|In addition to having a computer and software, if you want to create a professional or well produced screencast, you should purchase or use a microphone. In this lesson you'll learn my professional set up and what other microphone options are available.|
|Planning is the most important phase of a production. In this lesson, you'll learn how you can prepare and plan your screencast.|
|Section 2: Time to Record|
Launching the Software and Screen Recording
Screenflow allows you to zoom into specific areas of the screen, and highlight specific areas as well. Lean how to add movement and call outs in this lecture.
|You can add text and also import files like animations files, lower thirds, photos, and other elements. This lecture will show you how to create text and add these kind of elements.|
|Audio is very important and will help your videos stand out from the competition. This lecture shows you my workflow for creating awesome sounding audio. *If you're using a usb mic, you won't need to take the extra steps.|
|A USB microphone is a great way to quickly record high quality audio. In this lecture you'll hear a mic that sounds as good as a high quality professional studio mic. This lecture features the Audio Technica AT2005USB mic .|
Learn other audio enhancement features in this lecture. This lecture will teach you how to mute the audio, add audio filters, and use ScreenFlow's build in EQ features.
|Splitting and trimming clips are core editing features that you must understand to effectively edit video. You'll learn shortcuts and commands to jumpstart your understanding of how to split and trim clips.|
|You can edit mistakes that you make while narrating your screencasts. This lecture will teach you how to remove "umms" "ahhs" and mistakes.
|You can create transitions between your video clips like a dissolves, a fade to black, and a number of others. This lecture will teach you how to add transitions to either the beginning or end to your clip.|
|Once your video is done, it's time to export and share it. With Screenflow you can export directly to the web, or save a file to your desktop. This lecture also teaches you how to easy it is to next clips. Nesting a clip is a simple way to organize many elements on a timeline. It may sound confusing but it is really simple to do.|
|This lecture reviews some other functions that may be useful including: how to add audio transitions, how to make freeze frames, and how to insert a speech clip, which is a way to generate computer narration.|
|Section 3: Got Video?|
|If you want to use Screenflow to make videos, this section is for you. Screenflow allows you to capture video from your webcam, or you can import video clips. This lecture gives you an overview of why speaking on camera has benefits.|
|It's time to learn how to record video with Screenflow. This lecture teaches you how to configure your webcam, record, and how to edit your webcam video with Keynote or PPT slides.|
|How to Import and edit video shot on a video camera. In this lecture, I show you how I made the teaser video to this course. This video was partially edited with another program and edited with Screenflow. You'll learn how to import video and I also show you how you can import a lower third that is created with Motion (or Adobe After Effects/|
|In this lecture you'll learn how I added additional video elements including b-roll to the intro. Screenflow allows you to add multiple layers, including b-roll that can cover other shots. Watch and learn how easy it is to do.|
You can use the green screen or chroma key effect to remove a green background from a video. A green screen must be lit correctly, and there shouldn't be any shadows on it. Once the video is captured you can greenscreen very easily. This lecture will show you how easy it is to do. Chip Dizard from WebVideoChefs.com contributed to this lecture.
|It's important to learn video production best practices whenever you're using video with Screenflow. This lecture provides a wrap up of techniques and reminders to help you create great videos.|
|Section 4: Bonus Lessons|
|Did you know that there are free and alternative screencast options? This lecture will show you a number of alternative programs and websites that allow you to create screencasts.|
|A great way to create a course or video is by narrating over a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation. This lecture is an intro to using and animating Keynote slides.|
|In this bonus lecture you'll learn how you can record content from the internet using Screenflow. Not only can Screenflow record the computer movements, it can record video and audio from sites like YouTube and other communities that feature media content. (This technique should not be used to steal and repost other people's content).|
|Thanks for watching! The final lecture provides a recap and reminders to help you create stunning screencasts.|
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.