Learn how to create your first recording without any prior knowledge or experience. Discover more about improving your videos.
- [Instructor] Now that I've set up my recorder,…I'm ready to screen cap.…To begin capturing my voice and screen,…I just need to click start recording…and wait for the countdown.…From here, Camtasia will capture my voice,…screen, and computer sounds.…I can walk through a slide deck,…share some online information,…create a voiceover and add the visuals later,…or walk through a how-to video…like I'm doin' right now.…Camtasia can handle it all.…I don't need to rush or stress about a perfect take…because when I'm done, I can edit my recording.…
If, while I'm recording, I need to collect my thoughts,…I can just let go of the mouse,…think for a bit, then pick up where I left off.…I'll be able to cut out the pause…when I go to edit.…Or I can actually pause my recording…with shift + command + 2.…And when I'm ready, just click resume.…If I make a mistake or want to rephrase a line,…I just let go of the mouse,…clap three times to mark the error (claps three times),…take a breath and try it again.…I'll show you how the claps work for editing…
- Tips for recording success
- Recording video
- Importing media from different sources
- Editing your video
- Sharing videos the easy way
- Adding annotations, animations, and transitions
- Techniques for adding music
- Creating reusable library assets
- Archiving a full 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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