Synchronous and asynchronous content strategies require different approaches to be successful. In this video, learn how to develop a content strategy that works for you.
- We've all become accustomed … to the two primary types of media: … live or synchronous … and recorded or asynchronous. … Now let's take a minute … and talk about these two types of media … and how Camtasia fits into … a content creation and delivery strategy for you. … Now for synchronous content, … think of video conferencing platforms, … such as Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, … and the many others. … These platforms give users a real sense … of a live in-person event … even though we're interacting from a distance. … Users participating in the live event … can often ask questions … to the speakers and to the other viewers during that event. … Everyone can be fully engaged in the conversation … at that time. … Now these live events are oftentimes recorded. … And watching a recording of a live event … is a very different experience. … You can see the conversation that took place at that time, … but your interactions become much more limited. … And how you expect to view the content, … that oftentimes changes as well. …
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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