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- [Instructor] Now that we have our microphone calibrated,…it's time to make our first screencast recording.…Let's make a short movie to show the other members…of our team a couple of new features on our website…and solicit some feedback from them.…Since this will be what I like to call…a quick and dirty recording, we won't need a formal script,…but it's still a good idea to practice…what we want to show.…So I'll open my web browser to our site,…which is at explorecalifornia.org,…and make a quick check that the web team has…the two new features ready…that we want to get feedback for.…
Now the first feature is under the tours menu,…and it's the new tour finder.…The page is there, and I'll scroll down quickly…and it looks like all the content is here as well.…This is looking pretty good.…The other new feature is the new explorers blog…that's supposed to be coming online…sometime in the next week or so.…Let's check to see if it's ready.…It should be under explorers, and then read our blog.…The link is there, but no blog,…
- Working with the ScreenFlow user interface
- Customizing keyboard shortcuts
- Creating recordings
- Recording an iOS device
- Video and audio editing basics
- Creating accessible caption tracks
- Creating animations
- Adding motion to clips
- Using annotation
- Exporting and sharing your movies
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Creating Recordings
3. Editing with ScreenFlow
4. Audio and Video FX
5. Using Annotation
6. Exporting and Sharing Your Movies
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