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How to Edit a Screen Capture Tutorial Using Camtasia Studio 7 or Camtasia Studio 8 – SLR Lounge Staff Series Part 2

By Pye Jirsa on September 27th 2012


Continuing with the SLR Lounge Author Training Series we move on to Part 2, showing you how to edit our screen capture that we recorded in Part 1 of this series.

In this Camtasia Studio Tutorial Video, we are going to walk through the editing process for our entire screen capture that we recorded in the previous tutorial in Part 1 of the SLR Lounge Author Training Series.

We are going to focus learning how to find and cut errors while making transitions between clips natural and seamless. After cutting the entire screen capture we will also briefly review adding title and hot-key callouts as well as transitions.

In the last and final part in this series, we will show you how to produce and render out our edited Camtasia sequence as a final video ready for viewing or sharing.

Hope you all enjoy!

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  1. Martin Jayjay

    An excellent training of a very high quality. Many thanks for all the demos and great clarity. It’s very well done!
    I’m a novice and I didn’t create my video yet. Should I record first my video with my Sony camcorder Handycam HD, and then edit it with Camtasia?
    If I do a video using my PowerPoint presentation – then what I do first – create a presentation using MS PPT and then open it with Camtasia and edit? At which point I add the sound (my voice accompanying the presentation), I guess in MS PPT? Not sure, yet. camtasia studio 8 key

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  3. Ed Rhodes

    thanks, i have camtasia, so this will come in handy

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  4. Basit Zargar


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