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EDIT ORDER
For best results, perform edits in this this order:
• Edit for bloopers… If you make a mistake when talking, le...
EDITING YOUR .CAMPROJ FILE
• After you have listened to your recording, you may begin “Cutting.”
• Cutting entails removin...
EDIT FOR BLOOPERS
REMOVE SILENCE
To remove silence…
• Do in the same manner as removing bloopers
• Use the slide bar to magnify the screen a...
EDIT ORDER - CONTINUED
• Edit for Zoom and Pan… Zoom in or pan out to highlight
content in the video.
• Edit for Call Outs...
ZOOM…
… AND PAN
CALL OUTS
ADVANCED EDITING
• Add markers if you would like to add a Table of Contents to a longer
recording.
• On the timeline, put ...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
• After creating several markers, marker names will be used for TOC entries.
• Avoid lengthy marker name...
ADVANCED EDITING: SPLITTING
• Splitting and inserting .Camrecs is usually done if a recorded part
needs to be re-recorded ...
PRODUCTION
• Open .Camproj file to be produced
• Review audio, video and all edits to make sure everything is as you
wish ...
PRODUCTION
 A “Welcome to the Camtasia Studio Production Wizard” will open where
you may select your file type. There‟s a...
PRODUCTION
• From the “Where would you like to save your video file(s) window”,
name the production and select where on yo...
PRODUCTION
• The next window to appear will be „Rendering project.‟ It will show how far
along the screencast is in conver...
PRODUCTION
• The screencast should automatically play once production is completed.
• The Production Results window will s...
POST PRODUCTION
• Once screencast is produced into a media file, it may be distributed,
emailed, or copied.
POSTING SCREENCAST
• A final complete screencast can be posted on the internet (ie via You
Tube, a web server, etc)
TOOLBAR REVIEW
We‟ll do a short review of the Toolbar:
• Clip Bin
• Library
• Callouts
• Zoom-n--Pan
• Audio
• Transitions...
TOOLBAR REVIEW - VIDEO
Alyse Ergood
Associate University
Librarian
Florida Atlantic University
aergood@fau.edu
561-297-0204
Lauri Rebar
Assistant...
RESOURCES FROM CAMTASIA (TECHSMITH)
• Camtasia Studio Tutorials: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-
camtasia.html
• Camtas...
RESOURCES FROM FAU (ERGOOD/REBAR)
• Camtasia Best Practices Guide (Ergood, Rebar, Padron)
http://www.library.fau.edu/depts...
MORE SCREEN CAST RESOURCES
• Five Minute Screencasts- - the Super tool for Science and Engineering
Librarians
http://www.i...
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  1. 1. EDIT ORDER For best results, perform edits in this this order: • Edit for bloopers… If you make a mistake when talking, leave a brief pause, and then re-record your voice during the appropriate screen capture. When editing, it should be easy to remove the “blooper” because you have space at the end of it. • Edit for silence… Get rid of excess silence between “takes” and regular speech. • Use the slide bar to magnify the screen and clearly see the audio and video to be edited.
  2. 2. EDITING YOUR .CAMPROJ FILE • After you have listened to your recording, you may begin “Cutting.” • Cutting entails removing errors (including dead air, pauses, misspeaks) from your project by highlighting parts of the timeline in blue to be deleted. Once highlighted, you may right click with your mouse and select “Cut” to remove the section marked in blue. This area will be between the red and green markers. • Remember to save your work frequently.
  3. 3. EDIT FOR BLOOPERS
  4. 4. REMOVE SILENCE To remove silence… • Do in the same manner as removing bloopers • Use the slide bar to magnify the screen and clearly see the audio to be edited. • Leave a little bit of silence at the beginning and end of the segment you wish to delete. If you need to delete more, you can. • If you have deleted too much, you can immediately hit “Ctrl-Z” to “Undo.” • If you wish for the green and red flags to line up again with the grey marker, double click on the grey marker.
  5. 5. EDIT ORDER - CONTINUED • Edit for Zoom and Pan… Zoom in or pan out to highlight content in the video. • Edit for Call Outs… Add the arrows, highlights, and other details to the video • Edit for Markers... Markers are used when editing, as well as for setting the Table of Contents. Label each marker with its Table of Contents name . Let‟s see how these tasks are done…
  6. 6. ZOOM…
  7. 7. … AND PAN
  8. 8. CALL OUTS
  9. 9. ADVANCED EDITING • Add markers if you would like to add a Table of Contents to a longer recording. • On the timeline, put the (gray) playhead where you want to add a marker. Go to “Edit” and select “Markers” and “Add Marker”. • A window with the option to name your marker will appear.
  10. 10. TABLE OF CONTENTS • After creating several markers, marker names will be used for TOC entries. • Avoid lengthy marker names to keep TOC narrow and to avoid truncation of names. • TOC items can always be renamed in production phase.
  11. 11. ADVANCED EDITING: SPLITTING • Splitting and inserting .Camrecs is usually done if a recorded part needs to be re-recorded due to errors, etc. (Do not insert .Camproj) • Put the place head on the timeline on the time or place where the split should occur. Select “Edit” and then “Split”.
  12. 12. PRODUCTION • Open .Camproj file to be produced • Review audio, video and all edits to make sure everything is as you wish it to be. • To produce: • Go to „File‟ and select „Produce and Share‟
  13. 13. PRODUCTION  A “Welcome to the Camtasia Studio Production Wizard” will open where you may select your file type. There‟s also an option, “Show me how to produce my video.”
  14. 14. PRODUCTION • From the “Where would you like to save your video file(s) window”, name the production and select where on your computer you want it to be saved. • Unselect „Organize produced files into sub-folders‟ but keep the rest checked. Select „Finish.‟
  15. 15. PRODUCTION • The next window to appear will be „Rendering project.‟ It will show how far along the screencast is in converting into a media file. • Longer recordings will take longer to render. Feel free to contact Techsmith with any questions on rendering.
  16. 16. PRODUCTION • The screencast should automatically play once production is completed. • The Production Results window will show. Select „Finish‟ to close the process.
  17. 17. POST PRODUCTION • Once screencast is produced into a media file, it may be distributed, emailed, or copied.
  18. 18. POSTING SCREENCAST • A final complete screencast can be posted on the internet (ie via You Tube, a web server, etc)
  19. 19. TOOLBAR REVIEW We‟ll do a short review of the Toolbar: • Clip Bin • Library • Callouts • Zoom-n--Pan • Audio • Transitions • More: Record Camera Cursor Effects Visual Properties Voice Narration Record Camera Quizzing
  20. 20. TOOLBAR REVIEW - VIDEO
  21. 21. Alyse Ergood Associate University Librarian Florida Atlantic University aergood@fau.edu 561-297-0204 Lauri Rebar Assistant University Librarian Florida Atlantic University lrebar@fau.edu 561-297-2902 CONTACT INFORMATION
  22. 22. RESOURCES FROM CAMTASIA (TECHSMITH) • Camtasia Studio Tutorials: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial- camtasia.html • Camtasia Studio, Community-Powered Support http://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmith/products/techsmith_camtasia_ studio • Camtasia Studio, Tech Support https://support.techsmith.com/home • Camtasia Studio, Tutorials http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-camtasia-8.html • Camtasia Studio Music Tracks http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-library-media-music- tracks.html?cmp=dnl&utm_source=dnl39&utm_medium=email_news&u tm_campaign=tsc • Camtasia Studio Library Media http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-library-media.html
  23. 23. RESOURCES FROM FAU (ERGOOD/REBAR) • Camtasia Best Practices Guide (Ergood, Rebar, Padron) http://www.library.fau.edu/depts/ref/docs/camtasia.pdf • Ergood, A. H., Padron, K. M., and Rebar, L. C. (2012, October). Making Library Screencast Tutorials: Factors and Processes. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 17(2), 95-107. DOI: 10.1080/10875301.2012.72575 • FAU Libraries Tutorials and Webcasts http://www.library.fau.edu/depts/ref/instsrv/webtut.htm • FAU Libraries: YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/faulibraries • Xtranormal (animated tool: free, through July 31, 2013) http://www.xtranormal.com/ • GoAnimate (animated tool: free basic and “for fee” versions) http://goanimate.com/ • iClone (3D animation tool: free basic and “for fee” versions) http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/
  24. 24. MORE SCREEN CAST RESOURCES • Five Minute Screencasts- - the Super tool for Science and Engineering Librarians http://www.istl.org/10-winter/tips.html • Screencast-O-Matic (screencasting: free basic and “for fee” versions) screencast-o-matic.com • Animoto (screencasting: free basic and “for fee” versions) http://animoto.com/ • Snag-It (screencasting: for fee program) http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html • Jing (screencasting: free basic version) http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html • Guide on the Side (University of Arizona) (screencasting: free) http://code.library.arizona.edu/gots/
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