Learn how to import media, including zipped project files (exercise files).
- [Corbin] Camtasia isn't just for screen capture.…You can use pretty much any type…of standard media in your project.…Audio and video files, images, whatever,…if it's a modern media format,…there's probably a way to get it into your project.…First, you need to get the files to your computer.…So plug in your phone, email them to yourself,…slip in an SD card,…whatever method you use is totally fine.…I'm gonna be working with the importing media folder…from the exercise files.…So once you have your files on your computer,…the simplest way to import files into Camtasia is…just drag and drop.…
I'm gonna go ahead and drag and drop this MP4…right into the media bin.…Or if you want to, you can drag and drop directly…to the timeline like I'm gonna do with this image.…Now you can see both of them are in the media bin.…Now, if that method doesn't work for you,…you can also import this way.…Click on this little plus button, import media,…browse to your media, select it,…and click import.…
So that's it, that's how you import media into your project.…
- Determine which action is used to add a video to a specific point in a project.
- Explore the path used to adjust project dimensions.
- Define B-roll.
- Recall the purpose of masking.
- Name the feature used to add zooms, pans, or tilts to media.
- Identify the probable cause of missing files in a 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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