Category Archives: How to

How to make the ‘magnifying glass map’ effect using Camtasia

[Video] Watch this How To video to see how to produce the "magnifying glass map effect" using the Camtasia Studio screencasting software. Continue reading
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3 Simple Steps To Learn How to Draw For Graphic Note-Taking

[Video] Read this post to see the 3 simple steps that will get you on your way to learning how to draw for graphical note taking. Continue reading
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Dummies Guide to Drawing Custom Sketch Graphics On the iPad – No Graphic Artistry Required!

[iPad screencast video] This video shows you how you can draw your own sketch graphics for your blog or website -- no graphic artist skills required! Continue reading
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FAQ – How do you link a YouTube video annotation to your own website?

Lately, one of the frequently asked questions I've gotten on YouTube has been how I'm able to make annotations inside my YouTube videos link out to my personal website? Here's all you need. Continue reading
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[Screenflow video] How to fix video recording errors when editing your screencast video

[Screenflow video] This simple tip was inspired by a side topic in the Digital-Know-How online screencasting course; the question was how to cover up cosmetic errors and video artifacts during screencast editing without having to re-record the whole screencast. Continue reading
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How to Update Obsolete Graphics In Your Published Screencast Video Without Having to Recapture the Whole Project

Video] On a recent project where we had to update 24 published screencast videos, we were able to save over 200 hours of rework by using this simple technique in Camtasia and Screenflow. Continue reading
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[Video] Q&A – Why does music in my online PowerPoint movie presentation stop after just one slide?

When exporting a PowerPoint presentation to a movie format, a music file embedded in one of the slides stops playing as soon as the user advances to the next slide. How do you set it up so that the music file continues playing throughout the remaining PowerPoint slides? Continue reading
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