It is important to export your Camtasia videos properly in order to have them retain their interactive properties. You can do this by uploading them to Screencast.com or by saving them as a local file with the required smart player.
- [Instructor] In the previous video,…we took a look at how you can export your video…so that your interactive hotspots…retain their functionality.…Now, we did that on Camtasia for Mac, and in this video,…I want to point out one difference…when you're using Camtasia for Windows.…So if you are using Camtasia in Windows,…I do suggest that you watch that previous video.…However, there is one difference when you're exporting it.…Up here at the top, I'll click on Share.…We can still select screencast.com,…where your video will keep that functionality.…
But we can also go here to Local File.…And when we do, we get some different options…than we did on the Mac.…If I click on this dropdown menu,…you're going to want to make sure to select…one of the options that has MP4 with SmartPlayer.…So here we have a choice between 480p, 720p, or 1080p.…I'll select 720, and then next,…we can name that project, decide where we want to save it,…and when we're done, we can click Finish.…It will then not only give you that .HTML file,…
- Creating interactive hotspots
- Linking to external resources
- Adding quizzes
- Exporting interactive videos
- Saving videos on Screencast.com