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Including v.8, this text covers all of the skills for building effective multimedia presentations for creating screen-captured, software based tutorials, demonstrations, and lectures using Camtasia Studio (and prior versions). It uses the complete line of TechSmith products for both Windows and Mac OS and a companion DVD with support files that includes over 30 tutorial video clips, project practice files, all text images in color, and sample video creations. The strategy for this text is to introduce concepts from the ground up to include development milestones, planning the presentation based on the targeted audience, story boarding, screen captures, editing and production based on the desired project. The text also covers Snagit to create sophisticated training documents using advanced image editing features and it uses Jing to make fast video presentations that can quickly be loaded on the Web. Completing the text will provide the reader with all the skills needed towards developing an array of rich multimedia based curriculum in any educational setting.FEATURES:* Companion DVD with support files including over 30 tutorial video clips, project practice files, all text images in color, and sample video creations* Shows tips and notes on creating a professional presentation, a screencast, and a video project* Includes a step-by-step Quick Reference List, outlining important recording and producing procedures in their entirety* Provides chapters detailing the support programs, Snagit and Jing.eBook Customers: Companion files are available for downloading with order number/proof of purchase by writing to the publisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Publisher:||Mercury Learning & Information|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Stephanie Torta is a Senior Media Developer and an accomplished graphic designer, videographer, and photographer with over twenty years’ experience including teaching graphic design at Boston University and Emerson College
Stacey Dunbar is a freelance writer who works as a creative consultant and director for entrepreneurial start-ups.
Table of Contents
PART 1 – Preparation1) Overview2) Planning and PreparationPART 2 – Camtasia Studio3) Menus and Interfaces4) Recording: Screen Capturing5) Recording: PowerPoint6) Editing: Clip Bin and Library7) Editing: Preview Window and Timeline8) Editing: Task Tab Enhancing9) Producing and SharingPART 3 – Snagit and Jing10) Snagit11) Snagit Editor12) JingAppendix A – Projects and Reference ListsAppendix B – Glossary, Index