Certificate in Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8 Online Course

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Start Now To Learn Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8 Become a desktop video guru with Camtasia Studio! This power, easy-to-use suite of tools allows you to record, edit, and produce professional-level videos and export your finished production to almost any type of device. In this course, you'll learn how to: Capture action on your computer's desktop using the Camtasia Recorder, as well as how to import video, audio, and still images from other sources. Edit and expand upon your content in the Camtasia Editor, incorporating transitions, callouts, voice-over narration, content animation, and other features including green-screen effects. Record and edit audio content; and use Camtasia's noise reduction, volume leveling, and other audio-cleaning features. Produce your finished video, incorporating clickable links, tables of contents, search features, and more. Along the way, we'll examine microphones and cameras, free and open-source media converter utilities, ways to insure successful recordings, and how best to address different audiences.  We'll also investigate various free and low-cost online venues for distributing your productions. And it's all taught with hands-on, easy-to-follow instructions so you'll be using this powerful software on your own in no time. Course Fast Facts: Learn Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8  Online Course in only 6 weeks Approximately only 2 to 4 hours per week of study is required This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time You can download printer friendly course material or save for viewing off line You will be awarded a certificate at completion of this course How is Introduction to Camtasia Studio 8 Online Course studied? Upon enrolment an...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later Modern and up to date Browser (Internet...


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There are 12 units of study

What Is Camtasia Studio? 

Camtasia Studio is a suite of software tools that allow you to digitally record your computer's screen output. You can then edit and enhance these recordings and deploy the finished production (commonly referred as a screencast) by one or more different methods. Our goal for today's lesson is to better understand Camtasia's role in the creation of screencasts. We'll also examine the various hardware and software requirements for making successful screencasts.

Touring the Recorder Interface

Camtasia Recorder is the tool you'll use to capture your screen. In this lesson, you'll explore the Recorder interface, learn how to make screen captures, and examine some methods for assuring your captures always come out well.

Camtasia Recorder Effects

In our last lesson, you got an overview of the Recorder interface, how to make a capture, as well as ScreenDraw special effects available at recording time. Today, we'll look at those effects tools in greater detail—specifically, annotation effects, cursor effects, and the ScreenDraw tools.

Working With Tools Options

Having options is a good thing, and Camtasia gives you many. Today, we'll examine some of those options, including whether to start capturing the second you click the Record button or begin with a countdown. Another option we'll look at is having the Recorder track your keyboard actions. Our goal for today's lesson is to examine these and the various other options available in the Camtasia Recorder.

Entering the Camtasia Studio

Once you've shot your footage, the next step is to assemble that footage into its final form. For us, that means moving from the Camtasia Recorder to the Editor. In today's lesson, you'll have an introduction to the Editor workspace.

Introduction to Timeline Editing

In today's lesson, we'll explore more ways of manipulating your production via the Camtasia Editor. You'll learn more about the Preview window as well as some basic editing techniques. We'll spend some time discussing how to move objects around the Canvas, and we'll dig into the many tools the Editor has for fine-tuning your production.

Callouts and Cursor Effects

In today's lesson, we'll focus on callouts and cursor effects. Callouts are graphic elements you include to focus the viewer's attention on important content within your screencast. Cursor effects enhance the user experience by drawing your viewer's attention to what the cursor is doing. Today, you'll learn just how helpful these features can be in aiding the viewer's understanding of your video content.

Exploring the Visual Properties Tab

Fans of the old '60s TV show Batman may recall the spinning graphics that popped up during fight scenes, saying things like POW! WHAM! or CRUNCH! They'd explode from the middle of the screen, spinning as they grew to block all action behind them. Similarly, everyone's seen scrolling titles that move up the screen at the end of a production. You're also likely familiar with the old split-screen effect with footage of one event sitting beside footage from another. How these effects are achieved in Camtasia is the result of working with the Visual Properties tab and dragging objects around the Canvas. In this lesson, we'll examine the various animation and effect techniques made possible with this aspect of the Camtasia interface.

Creating Quizzes

Often, the purpose of your production is educational. To this end, Camtasia includes a Quizzing Service testing option that allows you to quiz your viewers, as well as gauge the success of your presentation. In today's lesson, we'll explore Camtasia's quiz-building interface and scoring service.

Editing Audio With Camtasia

Sometimes you begin a production with high-quality audio-source files. Sometimes your audio sources don't measure up! But either they're not bad enough to rerecord them, or rerecording just isn't an option. What do you do then? Fortunately, Camtasia's audio-editing tools are pretty good. In today's lesson, we'll look at the Audio tab—specifically, its volume adjustment, noise removal, and volume leveling tools—as well as the audio-specific interface elements of the Timeline itself.

Producing Your Video

Once you have your presentation edited and it's ready to go out to the world at large, it's time to run it through the Production Wizard. In today's lesson, we'll examine the various options at your disposal, discussing how to export your videos to online services like YouTube and Screencast.com, as well as how to use the wizard's custom settings to produce video for upload to your own website or to disk.

How People Respond to Multimedia Presentations

Humans are curious creatures, especially when it comes to making observations about ourselves. What often seems like common sense, when re-examined scientifically turns out to be wrong. So, in our closing lesson, we'll examine the research that's been done concerning the way people respond to multimedia presentations. The goals of today's lesson are to understand how people best absorb information and then apply that to your production habits.

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Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and...