Feedback videos can contain sensitive information that should be shared with a limited audience. Explore the process for uploading and sharing feedback using Google Drive.
- [Instructor] Earlier, I recorded this feedback video…to share with one of my students.…I need to be careful how I share this feedback.…I don't want to post it publicly in a place…where the entire world could view it.…I save feedback videos to my Google Drive,…so that I can easily control who has access…to them and share them with my students.…Let's walk through that sharing process.…From Camtasia Studio,…I'm going to click Share and then Google Drive.…I already connected Camtasia with my Google account earlier…when I uploaded to YouTube.…
If you haven't yet done that, you'll need to enter…your credentials at this time.…I'm going to give my project a title and click finish.…First Camtasia will render my video.…Once that is complete,…I'll be directed right to my Google Drive.…It will take a few minutes for Google to process the video.…While that's happening, I can go ahead…and write a note and send the link to Stacy.…I'm going to click on Share and enter Stacy's email address.…I can also type a note to go along with the video,…
- 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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