Apply what you've learned in Camtasia 2020 thus far. In this video, learn the key points for editing for the challenge project.
(bright chime) … - [Instructor] Okay, … it's time to put all of what you've learned thus far … into practice by completing a challenge. … Use the skills that you've learned … thus far in this course to edit this movie. … Begin by focusing first on the audio track. … Find the mistakes and cut them out … using any of the editing techniques … that you've learned thus far. … Then after cutting the audio … use the clips that are provided in the media bin … to visually help you tell the story. … Just drag the clips onto an open track in the timeline … and then use your editing skills to align the clips … and cut them to the dialog. … Now be creative and have fun. … And this challenge should take you … less than 30 minutes to complete. … When you finish your edit watch the next movie … and I'll show you the solution that I came up with. … Good luck! … …
This course was created by Chris Mattia. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Why use Camtasia?
- Calibrating your microphone
- Recording, editing, and sharing your first screencast
- Using the PowerPoint add-in
- Choosing the area of the screen you want to record
- Handling mistakes
- Editing audio and video in Camtasia
- Adding annotations and transitions
- Sharing projects with others
- Tips for successful recording
Skill Level Beginner
Inclusive Instructional Designwith Samantha Calamari1h 13m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Creating Recordings
3. Editing in Camtasia
4. Enhancing Your Story
5. Sharing and Collaborating
6. Keys to a Successful Recording
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