Part 2: Recording the Skype Interview
This is part 2 in the 3-part series. In part 1, I showed you how I arranged the cameras, the microphone and software settings for the interview. In this video, we follow up on the settings and proceed with the interview itself via Skype -- and we record it with a screencast editor, such as Camtasia or ScreenFlow.
It's worth keeping in mind that although I used Camtasia for Macintosh to demo the recording of this Skype interview, the set up and process for recording is just as easily conducted using Camtasia Studio (for Windows) and ScreenFlow for Macintosh.
Some of the key points that'll help you keep things straight in the video above are the following:
- What did I use the Skype camera angle for? I used the Skype camera angle to illuminate my profile for the benefit of the interviewee.
- What did I use the screencast editor's camera angle for? I used the screencast editor's camera angle (Camtasia Mac in this case, or also Camtasia Studio or ScreenFlow) to illuminate my profile for the benefit of engaging the audience who later views the interview video online.
More in this Skype interview screencast series
- Part 1 - How to screencast your Skype video interview - Part 1: The Set Up
- Part 3 - Tips For Editing and Polishing Your Skype Video Interview
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