Category Archives: best practices

“Hey Mel. What’s your setup for making your training videos?”

So that was a question I got asked (again) recently. I’ve written about this before. (Ref: “My Studio Setup For Screencasting Production.”) But, it’s also good to update the list every now and again. Below is my latest response to this … Continue reading
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Mel Aclaro – My studio setup for screencasting production

[Interactive] In this post Mel Aclaro inventories the equipment he uses in his screencasting studio. Continue reading
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Q&A – Why Picture-in-Picture Is Effective for Video Tutorials

[Video] In this Q&A, Mel Aclaro answers a question about why he prefers picture-in-picture for his video tutorials. Continue reading
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Camtasia Tip – Ripple Insert New Clips In the Middle Of A Multi-Track Timeline

[Video] In this video Mel Aclaro shows how the new ripple-insert feature in Camtasia Studio and Camtasia Macintosh can help your efficiency when you insert new clips in the middle of a complex / multi-track project. Continue reading
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6 Things That Helps You To Influence Me

During my panel session at the Orange County Social Media Summit, I shared some thoughts about the importance of me allowing you to influence me -- and also you allowing me to influence you. But, here are 6 things you first need to evaluate. Continue reading
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How to fix video stutter and buffering problems. Where do you host non-public videos?

One of the big problems with self-hosted videos is that video buffering problems or video stuttter are common issues... they can make your audience click away. Here's how to fix it. 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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