Learn how to take a first pass through your Camtasia project to trim off any sections that don’t help tell your story.
- All right, I am ready to edit.…I like to start with…what I call a first pass.…I run through the whole project…and cut out anything I don't want…included in my final video.…Now, I'm not gonna stress…about tiny little details right now.…I'm just gonna trim off the crust.…Now, you'll notice that all my tracks are enabled.…Since I have synchronized video tracks,…it's essential that I keep everything lined up.…If a track is disabled or locked,…any editing I do won't effect that track,…and my video clips are going to get out of sync.…
This can be a real hassle to fix down the road,…so keep a close eye on your tracks…to make sure everything stays in sync.…Now I'm gonna start with the start.…In this first section here,…Kat doesn't really start talking…until about right there.…So I'm going to get rid of that whole part…with the ripple delete technique.…I'm gonna select the area,…right-click,…and ripple delete.…And you'll notice that everything…shuffles down the timeline.…Everything is still in sync.…
That's the concept.…Normally, I would step through my entire project,…
- Scripting a video
- Choosing and setting up a lavalier
- Shooting video with your phone
- Capturing multiple sources
- Using a phone screen recorder
- Removing noise
- Choosing a resolution
- Leveling vocals
- Making detailed audio adjustments
- Copying effects to save time
- Editing synced videos
- Adding closed captioning
- Sharing your finished video
Skill Level Advanced
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
Camtasia 9: Creating Instructional Videoswith Kat Anderson1h 10m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
2. Recording a Demonstration Video
3. Producing Your Video, Part 1
4. Producing Your Video, Part 2
5. Sharing Your Video
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