Learn how to use TechSmith Fuse to transfer all your phone media directly to Camtasia with with minimal clicks.
- [Narrator] It's a good idea to choose…a project resolution before you begin producing…your video.…If you change you resolution…after you've begun producing your project,…you'll have to resize and readjust all of your media.…Now if you're not familiar with resolution,…what I mean by this is the pixel count in a final video.…You've undoubtedly hear the terms 4K, HD, and SD.…Well, that's what I'm talking about.…Here's a list of common video resolutions.…Now, they're good to be familiar with,…but there's no need to memorize them.…
Camtasia makes it easy to choose one…of the standard web video resolutions.…You just right click on the canvass,…choose project settings,…and then from the dropdown, choose the one you want.…Now there are, of course, other resolution options,…but these are the main ones.…Unless you have a good reason for going with something else,…I'd stick with one of these.…For this project, I'm gonna choose 1280 by 720…and then click apply.…Now if you're saying, "Gee, Corbin.…You shot the video in 1920 by 1080,…
- Scripting a video
- Choosing and setting up a lavalier
- Shooting video with your phone
- Capturing multiple sources
- Using a phone screen recorder
- Removing noise
- Choosing a resolution
- Leveling vocals
- Making detailed audio adjustments
- Copying effects to save time
- Editing synced videos
- Adding closed captioning
- Sharing your finished video
Skill Level Advanced
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Camtasia 9: Creating Instructional Videoswith Kat Anderson1h 10m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
2. Recording a Demonstration Video
3. Producing Your Video, Part 1
4. Producing Your Video, Part 2
5. Sharing Your Video
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