If you're a regular here, then you'll notice a new tab juuust opened up in the menu bar.
It's my answer to a question I get a lot about where new users can go to learn the basics of how to create a screencast video.
I realize that a lot of the stuff I publish here on ScreencastingWizard is a little on the advance side. (LOL, with a smile, one guy even said as much.)
And while the question about availability of basic screencasting tutorials does get asked on a fairly regular basis, I also don't think anyone's asking me to stop posting the slick "tricks of the trade" videos. It'd get boring pretty quick, otherwise, right? But, still... I want to make sure that I'm not leaving some of you out in the cold in favor of the glitzy stuff. So, here you go: Learn Screencasting (Free).
Is There an Advanced Screencasting Course Coming?
In fact, yes! I'm creating just such an online course now. It'll pretty much follow my workshop outline. Among other things, the upcoming course will:
- show you my workflow for extemporaneous content,
- my workflow for scripted content,
- how I integrate full motion videos into screencasts,
- how you, too, can create the picture-in-picture effect that won me a Techsmith Screenchamp Best In Category award,
- Audio processing tips
- Screencast video hosting considerations
- Monetizing your screencast video
- and a whole lot more.
If you're not already on the ScreencastingWizard notification list, then make sure and get on it now. I'll let you know when it's ready.
In the meantime, are there other topics you'd like to make sure I include in the advanced course? If so, let me know in the comments below.
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