- [Corbin] Improving your video creation skills…takes both doing and learning.…So if you're not already working on a project, go start one.…Don't stress about how good it's going to be.…If it's your first creation,…it may very well turn out terribly.…That's okay, and even expected.…Next, choose one aspect of video creation…you'd like to improve on.…For example, presentation skills,…presentation skills are super-critical…to holding your viewers' attention…and there's always room to improve.…
Maybe you wanna include more live action video…in your projects…and would like to learn how to make better use…of your phone or camera.…Perhaps it's time to really hone your editing chops.…Or check out some of my other Camtasia courses.…Although most are on PC rather than Mac,…the interface is nearly identical…and there's plenty more power to explore in Camtasia.…Learn something new, then make something new.…Share your creation and be open to feedback.…Watch other people's creations,…then lather, rinse, and repeat.…
Quality video creation is a process, not a destination.…
- 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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