This video shows the steps for screen capture for a basic tutorial video which has numerous applications when creating instruction using video.
- [Instructor] Tutorial videos are a great way…to demonstrate the steps of a process…by providing visual examples and auditory explanation.…I want to create a tutorial for my students…to show them how to share a document with me…that they've created in Google Docs.…I'm going to launch Camtasia,…and I'm going to choose New Recording.…From the recorder, I'm go to check…to make sure the right headset is selected…and make any other necessary adjustments.…
Since I'm going to edit this tutorial later,…if I stumble over my words or make a mistake,…it isn't a big deal.…I'll just take a breath and then try that part again.…I can easily edit those things out later.…Okay, let's record this tutorial.…I'm going to click the red Record button,…wait for the countdown, and then begin.…Let's take a look at the easy way…to share an assignment you've created in Google Docs.…From your document, just click on the blue Share button…in the top right corner.…
In the center, under People,…I'm going to enter the email address…of the person I want to share the document with.…
- Understanding the Camtasia 9 interface
- Recording tips and tricks
- Capturing your video
- Providing feedback
- Capturing a slide presentation
- Making a basic edit
- Adding annotations, transitions, and music
- Hiding mistakes
- Posting your video
Skill Level Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
Preparing to create a video1m 47s
2. Capturing Your Video
3. Producing Your Video
4. Sharing Your Video
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