Category Archives: Tips and Tricks

Easy Click-and-Drag Green Screen Videos Using Camtasia Studio

[Video - How to use green screen] Watch Mel Aclaro give the quick-tip highlights of using the green screen effect for your web video screencasts in Camtasia Studio. Continue reading
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[Videos] The poor man’s home video studio: 3 must-watch techniques

[Videos] Here are three great videos that show you how to setup your home video/screencast studio on a shoestring budget. Continue reading
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6 Ways In Which You Should Be Using a Personal Flipboard Magazine

Flipboard and personalized magazine apps is bigger than ever. But, outside of the niftiness of having a handy reading tool, we thought of 6 other ways to use a personal Flipboard magazine. 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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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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