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Join author Chris Mattia as he demonstrates how to set up, record, edit, and share a professional looking screencast that you can use for software demonstrations, interactive elearning projects, and more with Camtasia Studio.
Follow along as Chris creates an elearning project from start to finish with Camtasia Studio's tools. Discover how to add animation, PowerPoint slideshows, quizzes, and other effects that boost the interactivity and visual interest of your screencasts. The final chapter shows how to incorporate your Camtasia projects into an overall teaching strategy.
Welcome, to Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Training. I'm Chris Mattia. In this video training series we're going to learn how to set up our recording equipment, calibrate our microphone, and create a dedicated recording account. We'll then step through all the basics you need to know to record a screencast, things like how to prepare your materials, how to use the Camtasia Recorder application. Next, we'll learn all the ins and outs of editing our screencast with Camtasia's video Editor, including making basic edits, working with audio, and adding a close caption track to our video.
We'll then fire up PowerPoint and learn how to use the Camtasia PowerPoint add-in to record a PowerPoint presentation. We'll learn how to add an interactive quiz to our video and much more. We have a lot to cover. So let's get started with Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Training.
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