Learn how to organize your project assets for a smooth and efficient Camtasia editing workflow.
- [Instructor] I'm going to show you how I organize my assets…before I bring them into Camtasia.…It helps me keep a handle on everything…both in Camtasia and on my hard drive.…For each new project,…I create a sort of master folder where everything lives.…Inside that folder,…I have separate folders for each type of asset.…You can see I've got Video, Project, Image,…Audio, Document, whatever I need.…This is the folder structure I use.…You can, of course, use whatever works for you.…As I capture or create an asset,…I just drop it or save it in the appropriate folder.…
I can, of course, create additional folders or subfolders,…whatever I need to keep the project organized.…Next, I name my files with a common naming convention.…Now, unless you're working on a team,…with a specified naming convention,…you can do whatever works for you.…I try to stick with names that will make sense to me…a year or two down the road, if I revisit the project.…I like to start with a common project name,…then add text and file info that quickly let's me know…
- 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
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1. Getting Ready to Edit
2. Editing Deep Dive 1
3. Editing Deep Dive 2
4. Working with Audio
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