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Camtasia Studio 8 Tutorials

Camtasia Studio 8 Tutorials

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15 Golden Rules of Moviemaking from Director Danny Boyle There are varying moral compasses around the world aimed at a myriad of different coordinates, but the tenet that seems to point due north is the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." This applies even to filmmaking, which tends to create pressure cookers of human interaction where emotions run high and pleasantries reduce to barked orders. At times, filmmakers may feel a bit lost, whether it's with having to deal with a room full of egos or finding your own "esque." Director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire, 28 Days Later, Trainspotting) offers great perspective with his "golden rules of moviemaking," which could put even the most lost filmmaker back on course.

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How to Create a Lightbox for Camtasia Videos Tutorial If you've ever wanted to display your Camtasia videos in one of those very cool looking "Lightboxes" you see on many Web 2.0-like sites, here's one way to do it. First, a sample of what we're talking about: And here's the tutorial on how to create your own Lightbox for Camtasia videos: DSLR tips for beginners: How to shoot better HD video Maybe you initially bought a digital SLR for faster performance, better picture quality, more creative control, or all of the above. But then -- either before or after you got it home -- you realized you could use it as an HD video camera, too. After you shot your first few movie clips, however, you may have discovered that shooting good video with a dSLR or other interchangeable-lens camera isn't necessarily as easy as just pressing Record. Admittedly, this is more or less the situation I found myself in. I have plenty of experience with using point-and-shoots and regular camcorders for video and digital SLRs for photography, but I'm new to using a dSLR for HD video.

17 Killer Presentations Tips for Students Who Want to Stand out by PowToon! The best presentation I ever heard was about soap. The presenter was a big football jock and before he began speaking he pulled out a small, pink bar of soap, threw it in the air and said, “This is my favorite scent – lavender rose.” The whole room chuckled, and he proceeded, “Now I’m going to tell you how this bar of soap has destroyed society.” My jaw dropped. Labs Welcome to TechSmith Labs – the home for temporary trials, wacky experiments, and maybe TechSmith's next best thing. Check below for our latest experiments and let us know what you think! Input from our customers is what makes every TechSmith project great; just don't get too attached.

Produce Your Best Ever DSLR Video—6 key areas to consider “The use of D-SLR cameras for professional movie and film capture has taken off like wild fire. Almost every videography professional with whom I have worked either uses a DSLR for filming or has tried it,” shares Skyler Proctor, an Idaho Falls, Idaho, based director of photography. “I personally like the smaller format D-SLR because the FX sensor is so large and gives a look no other ‘typical’ video camera format really can. Want to Learn Web Design? 7 YouTube Channels to Get You Started YouTube has channels that cover every conceivable topic. Whether you want to watch the latest movie releases or learn a new trade or skill, you can be sure to find what you need on the web’s biggest video library. As blogs continue in their popularity, one skill that a lot of people are interested in is web design. Having a strong and memorable homepage is a vital part of any individual’s or company’s branding — after all, it’s normally the first port of call for people who want to contact you, learn about you, or request your services.

Camtasia Studio, Screen Recorder Software, Library Media Thick Fog Download Theme contains: Animated title, basic title, callouts, and a lowerthird Last updated: 5/14/2013 8.0.0 or later Lost At Sea Download Theme contains: Animated title, basic title, callouts, and a lowerthird Last updated: 5/14/2013 8.0.0 or later Tidal Draft How To Make A Whiteboard Video - 12 Stars Media Last week we highlighted a few examples of companies employing a “non-sales” video marketing strategy – videos that seek to entertain or inform, but not necessarily push a specific product or service that the company has to offer. One of the examples we showed was a whiteboard video from SEOMoz, an SEO SaaS firm: Whiteboard videos are an informal and strangely captivating way of explaining concepts or systems.

100 Amazing How-To Sites to Teach Yourself Anything Posted by Site Administrator in Online Learning May 7th, 2009 Learning new skills and expanding your knowledge doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. There are loads of free resources on the Web that can help you find instructional videos, tutorials and classes to learn a wide variety of skills from fixing basic car problems to speaking another language. ScreenDraw: Whiteboarding with Camtasia Studio At a conference I attended this summer, a few math teachers were discussing their options for recording hand-written lessons. I asked if they had tried using ScreenDraw, a live annotation tool built into the Camtasia Studio recorder. Most of them didn’t even know it was there – and I wondered how many other users had yet to discover it! The short video below provides some popular use cases for ScreenDraw as well as instructions for setting it up. A couple of notes before you watch: The video shows the use of a pen-based graphics tablet.

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