Category Archives: Digital-Know-How

“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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[Q&A] How to make complex shape animations with Camtasia

[Video Q&A] In this video Mel answers a question about replicating moderately complex shape and video animations in Camtasia Studio. Continue reading
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Can you do green screen effects in screencasts?

[Video] How to make green screen videos with Camtasia Studio. Continue reading
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What does Camtasia or ScreenFlow Offer That Screencast-O-Matic Doesn’t?

In this post, Mel Aclaro explains the key differentiators between pricier screencasting tools like Camtasia and ScreenFlow versus low cost online alternatives like Screencast-o-matic. Continue reading
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Udemy’s New Revenue Sharing Model Is Off To a Rough Start

Confused about Udemy's new revenue sharing model that took effect on November 1, 2013? Take a look at some of the flow diagrams and scenarios Mel wrote in his post. Continue reading
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[New course announcement] Beyond PowerPoint – Teach Online Now With ScreenFlow For Mac

Here's the announcement on the new ScreenFlow course we launched - "Beyond PowerPoint: Teach Online Now With ScreenFlow For Mac" 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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