Camtasia 9 users are often confused by the different types of files. Corbin Anderson explains the difference and uses of tscproj, trec and final video files to help you avoid sharing, editing and upload errors.
- [Instructor] I'm going to walk through…the main Camtasia file types so you're…able to differentiate and avoid issues.…One of the most common problems…I hear from people learning Camtasia…is things like, my file won't upload,…or no one can watch my video.…And the case is almost always that…they tried to share the wrong file type.…So let's take a look at the different…file types and hopefully avoid any confusion.…The first we're going to look at is…the .tscproj file.…
I have no idea an easy way to pronounce this.…It is the green one.…This is your project file.…This is the one to click if you're…going to work on a project.…It's the director of your project.…It holds all the information about…all your clips and changes you've made.…Without it, everything is just a jumble of clips.…Next is the .trec file, the red ones.…They're you're screen captures you've…created using Camtasia.…They are in fact a video file but not…one that you can just send to just anyone.…
You need to have Camtasia to view them.…And finally, we have the final video.…
- Exploring the Camtasia interface
- Choosing a capture area
- Recording your webcam
- Editing your recording
- Adding media and music
- Adding annotations
- Going mobile with Fuse
- Adding animations and transitions
- Adding behaviors
- Exploring the visual effects
- Improving audio
- Sharing your Camtasia recordings
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Ready
2. Capturing Your Story
3. Editing Your Story
4. Enhancing Your Story
5. Going Mobile
Going mobile with Fuse2m 4s
6. Polishing Your Story
7. Improving Audio
8. Troubleshoot Common Problems
9. Sharing Your Story
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