Editing the process of refining and enhancing your video-based story. In this video, learn how to make the basic edits necessary to trim out mistakes from your screencast recordings.
- [Educator] Now that we have our first screen recording, … let's explore the most common type of edit. … The trim. … And now, if you're following along, … I'm in the Roast Profile document … that we recorded in the last movie. … Now, in the timeline, … we have one clip that contains both the screen recording … and our microphone's audio. … At the front of the clip is a large icon … that identifies the content on the clip, … then the name of the clip and then in parenthesis, … the word "Screen", … indicating that this is a screen recording. … Now I'll show you how to customize this name … in a later movie to better suit your needs. … Now when editing most screen cast content, … always begin by first focusing on the audio … and then on the video. … Now in this clip, you can clearly see the audio waveform … and if you click on the clip to select it, … the clip's thumbnail and the title fades just a little bit, … giving you a better view of the waveform. … Now take a minute to pause this video …
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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