(gentle music)…- [Instructor] For this challenge,…you've been hired by a local environmentalist…to create an e-learning project on wetland habitats.…Your client has emailed you these three images…and wants you to include them in the project.…Now this client is very particular…and will not settle for static images just sitting onscreen.…She wants something engaging, but subtle, not over the top.…Okay, so using the tools and techniques…we've explored so far, like transitions, reframing,…behaviors, and animations, see if you can create…an image sequence that'll make her happy.…
Now this is a very open-ended challenge,…so feel free to be creative.…That's what editors do.…I'll show you what I came up with in the solution video.…Oh, and by the way, she sent an email yesterday…when you were out on a personal day, a.k.a. the beach,…and there's a p.s. at the bottom letting you know…she'll be stopping by in,…oh, 10 minutes to see what you've come up with.…Clock's ticking.…Let's see what you can do.…
- Adding transitions
- Changing speed after recording
- Removing or replacing a green screen
- Reframing a shot
- Creating advanced animations
- Fixing audio gaps with room tone
- Removing noise
- Leveling volume
- Including music
- Adjusting color
- Adding closed captioning
- Publishing closed captions
- Archiving an entire project
Skill Level Advanced
Camtasia: Advanced Techniqueswith Corbin Anderson3h 11m Advanced
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
Camtasia 9: Creating Instructional Videoswith Kat Anderson1h 10m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready to Edit
2. Editing Deep Dive 1
3. Editing Deep Dive 2
4. Working with Audio
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