Part 3: Editing and Polishing Your Skype Video Interview
This is part 3 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 part 2, I demo'd the recording while showing camera and microphone alignment. In this video, I'll show you the end-product of the raw recording; you'll also see some helpful tips for editing and enhancing your Skype video interview so you can present it to your audience with a little more polish.
Tip: If you scroll down, you can see a sample of what the final polish might look like.
Note: 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.
P.S. I used ScreenFlow to record, edit and publish the demo video itself.
A Sample of the Final Interview
The short video above is one quickie example of the polished interview we used as a sample in the tutorial series.
More in this Skype interview screencast series
- Part 1 - How to screencast your Skype video interview - Part 1: The Set Up
- Part 2 - How to screencast your Skype video interview – Part 2: The Interview
- Part 3 - (This post.)
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