- Exploring the Camtasia interface
- Choosing a capture area
- Recording your webcam
- Editing your recording
- Adding media and music
- Adding annotations
- Going mobile with Fuse
- Adding animations and transitions
- Adding behaviors
- Exploring the visual effects
- Improving audio
- Sharing your Camtasia recordings
Skill Level Beginner
- [Corbin] Hey there, my name is Corbin Anderson. Welcome to Camtasia nine Essential Training. As a digital storyteller and educator, I use a variety of tools to capture and share my story. Camtasia has been one of my go-to tools for years. If you're familiar with earlier versions of Camtasia, you already know about it's amazing screen capture, editing and sharing capabilities. Camtasia nine takes that to a whole new level. If you're new to Camtasia, you're about to discover the storytelling power packed in this user-friendly program.
During this course, we'll look at getting ready to create your presentation, capturing your screen to visually illustrate your story, enhancing and spotlighting key points, adding voiceover or video to enhance your message, polishing your presentation for maximum viewer engagement and the many sharing options for getting your story out to the world. Let's get creating with Camtasia nine.
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1. Getting Ready
2. Capturing Your Story
3. Editing Your Story
4. Enhancing Your Story
5. Going Mobile
Going mobile with Fuse2m 4s
6. Polishing Your Story
7. Improving Audio
8. Troubleshoot Common Problems
9. Sharing Your Story
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