Stand alone videos are useful for storage and in presentations. Explore the process for creating a stand-alone video for sharing on any device or editing in a 3rd part app.
- [Instructor] There are times when I don't want…to post my video online.…I want to create a standalone video file…that I can use in a presentation…or backup to a storage device.…Let's take a look at the process for creating a video file…that can be viewed on most devices.…I'm going to click the Share button…and then choose Local File.…From the dropdown, I'm going to choose MP4 only,…up to 1080p.…MP4 is a type of video file,…and the 1080p means that I'm saving a full HD movie.…
I'm going to click Next and then name my video.…I can choose where I want my video to be stored.…Camtasia has created a default folder in my Documents,…so I'm just going to put it there.…The next three options are, well, optional.…They're checked by default.…You can leave them checked or uncheck them.…Whatever you so desire.…And then you can click Finish.…Camtasia is going to render my project…into a standalone video file.…This process can take awhile,…depending on the size of my video.…
My project shows that it's rendered and ready.…I can click Finish, close out of Camtasia.…
- Understanding the Camtasia 9 interface
- Recording tips and tricks
- Capturing your video
- Providing feedback
- Capturing a slide presentation
- Making a basic edit
- Adding annotations, transitions, and music
- Hiding mistakes
- Posting your video
Skill Level Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
Preparing to create a video1m 47s
2. Capturing Your Video
3. Producing Your Video
4. Sharing Your Video
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