Monthly Archives: February 2012

(Ep. 3) Best Screen Capture Software Comparison Series – Camtasia Studio

Thinking about purchasing screencasting software? Watch this series first. In episode 3 of the Best Screencasting Software Comparison series, I assign a "Mel-rank" to Camtasia Studio. (That's the PC version of Techsmith's video screen capture software.) Overall Mel-rank? Three out of 5. Watch the video to see why. Continue reading
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Best Screen Capture Software Comparison Series (Ep. 2) – Camtasia Macintosh

This is episode 2 of the Best Screencasting Software Comparison series. In this episode: Camtasia for Macintosh! Why was it ranked the way it was? Continue reading
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Mastermind Meeting Highlights and Mindmap – February 18, 2012

Here's the mindmap meeting notes from the February 18, 2012 SMMOC (Social Media Mastermind, Orange County) business meeting in Orange County, CA. Continue reading
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6 Of the Best Screen Capture Software – Compared (Ep. 1)

I'm kicking off a series that I've wanted to do for a while. It answers a question I get a lot: what's the best screen capture software to use for my online presentations? Here's episode 1. Continue reading
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YouTube – More Than Just a Place to Host Videos

If you've let your YouTube engagement slide for a while, I'd like to encourage you to revisit it. It's more of a community these days that you might have previously thought. Continue reading
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SMMOC Highlights and Mindmap – February 11, 2012

Here are mindmap meetings notes from the SMMOC meetup on February 11, 2012. I have to hand it to the always awesome Bob Watson for keeping our herd of cats well-facilitated. Continue reading
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How to convert non-YouTube video to the best format for the web

Presenter tip for trainers, authors, speakers and small biz. In a previous video I showed how to easily convert a presentation into video by using PowerPoint 2010. In this video, I show how to convert the video file from PowerPoint into a more "web ready" video file in case you don't want to host your video on YouTube. Continue reading
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