Discover numerous ways to publish a video, with an emphasis on creating a standalone video for use almost anywhere.
- [Instructor] In another video,…we looked at sharing your video the easy way…by rendering and uploading directly…to video hosts like YouTube, Google Drive,…or Screencast.…But this may not work out for every situation.…Maybe you need a specific format…to include in another project,…or a standalone video to show on your laptop,…or maybe you just use a video host…that's not listed in the share option.…In this case, what you wanna do…is create a local video file.…This will give you more export options and sharing options.…
So I'm gonna go ahead and walk you through that.…The first thing I'm gonna do is click…on this great big green share button up here in the top.…And I'm gonna choose local file.…Next, I'm gonna go ahead and name my video.…I'm just gonna call this Camtasia 2018.…And I need to browse to where I want my video to go.…I'm gonna go ahead and put it here in this working folder.…So the next thing I'm gonna look at here is the file format.…For most situations,…your best bet is to just export to MP4.…
It's pretty ubiquitous.…
- Determine which action is used to add a video to a specific point in a project.
- Explore the path used to adjust project dimensions.
- Define B-roll.
- Recall the purpose of masking.
- Name the feature used to add zooms, pans, or tilts to media.
- Identify the probable cause of missing files in a project.
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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