A tutorial?
(How-To)
Information about
the Library?
(What we have for
you)
GET AN IDEA FOR A PODCAST
 Who is my audience?...
WHAT TYPE OF PRESENTATION?
PowerPoint - still images
- flat images
could add zoom/pan
Screencapture - capture screen & mou...
COMPARE POWERPOINT VS. SCREENCAPTURE
P O W E R P O I N T
Pros Cons
Easy to create
slide
Change slides
as speaking
Easy to ...
STORYBOARD
• Do storyboard in PowerPoint –
• Doesn’t matter what your final type of presentation will be
• What essentials...
STORYBOARD EXAMPLE Using PowerPoint
Your Library
Account
Information
CHECK THE SCRIPT
• Edit
• Have someone else read it
• Edit
• Have someone else (new) read it
• Edit
OPTIONS FOR RECORDING
• There are two options for recording in Camtasia: Record PowerPoint and
Record your screen AKA Scre...
RECORDING OPTIONS
• After opening up Camtasia, make sure your microphone is plugged into the
microphone outlet or USB depe...
SETTING UP AUDIO FOR RECORDING
• Next go into “Tools”. From the Drop-down menu select, “Voice narration.”
SETTING UP AUDIO FOR RECORDING
• Select, “Audio Set Up Wizard” to test volume and select the microphone
for use. Click “Ne...
SET UP DIMENSIONS OF SCREEN
• In Camtasia, first select “Record Screen”. A window will open in the
bottom right with tools...
SELECT AREA TO RECORD
• Select the area to be recorded here.
• Full screen or Custom area(pick an area), you don’t have to...
RECORDING A POWERPOINT (.PPT)
PRESENTATION
• Go back to Camtasia and from the “Record the Screen” drop down menu
select, “...
RECORDING A .PPT PRESENTATON
• Once you have opened up the document in PPT, click “Add-In’s” on the
right of screen.
• The...
RECORDING A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION IN
CAMTASIA
• Then, select “Click to Begin Recording” and narrate and move through the...
SECOND OPTION: RECORDING A SCREEN
CAPTURE
• From Camtasia, select, “Record the Screen”
• Select area of screen to record b...
RECORDING A SCREEN CAPTURE
• Narrate the screencast
• Controls for volume, pause, stop, delete and length of recording wil...
SAVING RECORDING
• Upon stopping the recording, a preview will be shown.
• Another window will open below showing the opti...
SAVING THE SCREEN RECORDING
• A prompt to name the project will open. Include a date in the name or if
done in sections, s...
EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC
FILE)
• If you are working on the same computer, simply open up the Camtas...
EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A
.CAMREC FILE)
• You can now begin editing your file. When you save it the next tim...
EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC
FILE)
• If editing project on a different computer, then where previously ...
EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC
FILE)
 Drag and drop the imported media files from your Clip bin to the T...
EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A
.CAMREC FILE)
• Upon dropping and dragging the file(s) to the timeline, you will n...
Editing with Camtasia Part 1: SEFLIN: Evolving Library Technologies Regional Conference
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  • Editing with Camtasia Part 1: SEFLIN: Evolving Library Technologies Regional Conference

    1. 1. A tutorial? (How-To) Information about the Library? (What we have for you) GET AN IDEA FOR A PODCAST  Who is my audience?  Why do they need to know this?  How can I make it simple?
    2. 2. WHAT TYPE OF PRESENTATION? PowerPoint - still images - flat images could add zoom/pan Screencapture - capture screen & mouse movements - more dynamic/real time could add zoom/pan Combination of the two = maximum flexibility
    3. 3. COMPARE POWERPOINT VS. SCREENCAPTURE P O W E R P O I N T Pros Cons Easy to create slide Change slides as speaking Easy to add audio Static image Easy to script Plan ahead as storyboard Easy to add captions Find images to give story PowerPoint Add- In available for audio C A M T A S I A / S C R E E N C A P T U R E Pros Cons Flexible, not static - screen capture Watch “cursor movement on screen Record voice while showing screen Without script, easy to lose focus Easy to show a process/steps Plan ahead re: content Easy to adjust screen size Watch screen transitions in edit
    4. 4. STORYBOARD • Do storyboard in PowerPoint – • Doesn’t matter what your final type of presentation will be • What essentials must be shown? • Think of screencapture or slides that must be shown • Take screenshots to help you visualize • Add images that will help make your point • Think of words to explain your thought process/storyboard • Add essential script • Don’t worry about transitions – just the put down main ideas • Check again – do you have all of your ideas in the storyboard?
    5. 5. STORYBOARD EXAMPLE Using PowerPoint Your Library Account Information
    6. 6. CHECK THE SCRIPT • Edit • Have someone else read it • Edit • Have someone else (new) read it • Edit
    7. 7. OPTIONS FOR RECORDING • There are two options for recording in Camtasia: Record PowerPoint and Record your screen AKA Screencapture. • The simplest option is to create a screencast by recording a PowerPoint.
    8. 8. RECORDING OPTIONS • After opening up Camtasia, make sure your microphone is plugged into the microphone outlet or USB depending upon the type of microphone you have. • A non-issue if you are using an internal microphone
    9. 9. SETTING UP AUDIO FOR RECORDING • Next go into “Tools”. From the Drop-down menu select, “Voice narration.”
    10. 10. SETTING UP AUDIO FOR RECORDING • Select, “Audio Set Up Wizard” to test volume and select the microphone for use. Click “Next” to auto adjust the volume.
    11. 11. SET UP DIMENSIONS OF SCREEN • In Camtasia, first select “Record Screen”. A window will open in the bottom right with tools to select the dimensions of the video, to select the area to be recorded, and various other inputs. • The optimal dimensions are 640x480 under “Custom”.
    12. 12. SELECT AREA TO RECORD • Select the area to be recorded here. • Full screen or Custom area(pick an area), you don’t have to record the whole screen.
    13. 13. RECORDING A POWERPOINT (.PPT) PRESENTATION • Go back to Camtasia and from the “Record the Screen” drop down menu select, “Record PowerPoint”. • If you have not opened up the PowerPoint presentation you would like to record, you will be prompted to do so at this point.
    14. 14. RECORDING A .PPT PRESENTATON • Once you have opened up the document in PPT, click “Add-In’s” on the right of screen. • Then, click “Record” on the top left of screen.
    15. 15. RECORDING A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION IN CAMTASIA • Then, select “Click to Begin Recording” and narrate and move through the PowerPoint Presentation using your script. • To pause, click on “CTRL+Shift+F9” and to stop click on “CTRL+SHIFT+F10” or “ESC”.
    16. 16. SECOND OPTION: RECORDING A SCREEN CAPTURE • From Camtasia, select, “Record the Screen” • Select area of screen to record by going to’ Select Area’ • Full screen • Custom-made • Select optimal dimensions of 640x480 • Select “rec” to begin recording • Countdown will appear before recording starts • See Best Practices for specifics about recording screen
    17. 17. RECORDING A SCREEN CAPTURE • Narrate the screencast • Controls for volume, pause, stop, delete and length of recording will pop on while recording. • Use the recording controls or else press “Ctrl+Shift+F9” to pause or “Ctrl+SHIFT+F10” to stop your recording. • You can either stop recording or pause and then continue if you would like to record further.
    18. 18. SAVING RECORDING • Upon stopping the recording, a preview will be shown. • Another window will open below showing the option to produce, save and edit screen cast or recorded PowerPoint or delete. Always select “Save and Edit”.
    19. 19. SAVING THE SCREEN RECORDING • A prompt to name the project will open. Include a date in the name or if done in sections, section 1 and so forth. • Recording will save as a Camtasia Studio Recording file (.camrec ). • Create a file folder with the name of the file for it and save your recording in this file folder. • Screencast is now ready to be edited if desired
    20. 20. EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC FILE) • If you are working on the same computer, simply open up the Camtasia file and begin editing. • To edit a .Camproj on a different computer than created or by more than one person, save all of the associated files from Camtasia onto a storage device. All files that are part of a specific .Camproj file must be included in any file copy. These files include: .Camproj, .Camrec (including edited files), PPT. • Save the .Camproj file to a storage device while the file is still open. Save it to the external storage device directly, as dropping or dragging the files does not work correctly. Then you may open up the file on your computer for editing or viewing.
    21. 21. EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC FILE) • You can now begin editing your file. When you save it the next time, your file will save as a Camtasia Studio Project file (.camproj).
    22. 22. EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC FILE) • If editing project on a different computer, then where previously recorded: • Open Camtasia and then click “Import Media” and select file to be imported.
    23. 23. EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC FILE)  Drag and drop the imported media files from your Clip bin to the Timeline below. • Now select the size of your video for editing.
    24. 24. EDITING MEDIA FILES (FORMERLY EDITING A .CAMREC FILE) • Upon dropping and dragging the file(s) to the timeline, you will now have a preview of the recording. • You will be able to view or edit.

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