الثلاثاء، 24 مايو، 2011

How To Screencast Like a Pro

Take The Mystery Out of Screen Capture Video

Screencast video can be great...you just record what's on your computer screen. You don't have to worry about video cameras, lighting or even what you look like. And they can be just as powerful...sometimes even more powerful...than regular on-camera video.



But screencast video can also be confusing, intimidating and frustrating. For most people, their screencast videos come out looking fuzzy, distorted, hard to see, hard to hear...or...all of the above.



The good news is you don't need to worry about those things anymore. That's because I'm going to show you...step by step...exactly what you need to do to create dazzling, crystal-clear, great looking and great sounding screencast videos.



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In fact, you'll learn all the secrets to making videos just like the one at the top of this page!



How? It's through my new video-based training course called How To Screencast Like a Pro. The title pretty much says it all. But here's...




What You Get

How To Screencast Like a Pro contains over 3 hours of step by step video based lessons (3+ hours for Windows users and 3+ hours for Mac users). You simply log into the training area and watch the lessons in your web browser (just like you watch all videos on the Internet).



All you have to do is play the videos, watch what I show you and then repeat it yourself. It couldn't get any easier. And I don't waste your time with things you'll never need to know in the "real world"...I only teach you exactly what you need to know for producing killer screencast videos. For instance, here's a small sample of what you'll discover:



How to properly size screencast videos...from recording - to the web...for crystal-clear quality

Want great sounding audio? Here are the microphones to use

Where to get the coolest images and templates for screencast presentations (and for dirt cheap)

How to create eye-popping animated logos in PowerPoint and KeyNote

How to animate any type of graphic, however you want, in PowerPoint and KeyNote

How to animate text for maximum effect in PowerPoint and KeyNote

How to use on-camera video in screencast presentations

The secrets and how-to's of layering screencast objects for stunning effects

How to properly record screencast videos in Camtasia and ScreenFlow

How to properly edit screencast videos in Camtasia and ScreenFlow

How to properly produce screencast videos for the web in Camtasia and ScreenFlow

3D compositing - how to elegantly twist and turn your screencast video's in 3 dimensions

How to use a slick, web-based tool for creating one-of-kind screencast presentations

How to properly record PowerPoint and KeyNote presentations

How to properly record browser and application windows

Where to get professional voice-over's for your screencast videos...at rock-bottom prices

And much, much, much, much, much, much more



The training contains lessons for both Windows and Mac users. So it doesn't matter if you use Windows, a Mac or both...you'll get the training you need to screencast like a pro.



You get unlimited, lifetime access to the training. You can login and watch the training videos as much as you want, whenever you want. And with lifetime access, you have access to them forever.



Do you have an iPad? You can watch all of the training videos on your iPad too...all of the videos are HTML5/mobile device compatible.




What You Need

For Windows users, much of the training covers Camtasia and PowerPoint 2010. For Mac users, much of the training covers KeyNote 09 and ScreenFlow.



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Do you absolutely need these tools to take the training? No. You can have older versions of PowerPoint/KeyNote/Camtasia/ScreenFlow and still take the training without any problems. The newest versions of these tools just contain features that make screencasting easier and more powerful.



What if you don't have any of these tools? Well, if you want to screencast like a pro, you will need to get them. For example, the video at the top of this page? It was created entirely using these tools (and the techniques I teach in the training).



Free trials are available online for PowerPoint 2010, Camtasia and Screenflow (Apple doesn't do free trials - so no KeyNote trial is available). In other words, you can download the free trials and still take the training.



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