Instructional video creators need a system for organizing and storing video files. Explore organizational options and cloud based and local storage options.
- [Instructor] Video files are large.…When you're making instructional videos,…you're going to quickly discover that you need…some kind of organizational system and storage system…for all of those big files.…My storage choices depend on the videos that I'm creating.…If it's a feedback file, I need to get it to a student,…and I never need to view that file again.…Once I upload those files to my video host,…I typically delete my project file.…The same thing for announcements or weekly overview videos.…
Those are short-term projects, which save me time,…but I don't need a permanent backup.…Tutorials, orientations, or content specific videos…are things that I might refer to many times in the future,…so I want to create a backup copy of those things.…I use Google Drive to store these types of files.…If you have an educational or business Google account,…you probably have unlimited storage available.…I have a folder for all of my videos, and generally…I keep both the project files and…the standalone video files.…
That way, if I want to go back in and make an edit…
- 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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