In this video, learn how to properly handle mistakes during your recording process. It's easy to remove and maintain an exceptional delivery of your content.
- [Instructor] We all make mistakes, … but by following a few simple rules during recording, … we can make it relatively easy to fix those mistakes, … and end up with a professional looking … and sounding screen cast. … Now before starting to record, … make sure that you have a clean starting state … for your document, … now that way, if you do need to start over, … you can quickly and easily get back to the starting state … for your project file, … just copy the document, … then open up an out of the way folder … that's not going to be visible during your recording … and paste in that copy, … then if something does go wrong during your recording, … and you need to start over, … you can simply take that original document and throw it away … and then go to your backup folder, … copy it, … and paste a new clean copy, … you're back up and running. … Now the next and perhaps most important rule … while you're recording, … is when you make a simple mistake, … pause and let go of the mouse, …
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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