NitroFlare Udemy - Green Screen Video Production using Camtasia Studio.

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    Udemy - Green Screen Video Production using Camtasia Studio
    Size: 187MB | Duration: 0h 29m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
    Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English


    How I use my very small home / office to produce green screen videos with Camtasia Studio on Windows
    You know those Powerpoint presentations you've sat through - not very exciting were they?
    Well, in this course you'll simple techniques you can use to enhance your teaching and promo videos using a green screen.
    Special effects in videos are sometimes overused or used incorrectly - so they can distract, instead of enhance the message you want to communicate
    That's why it's crucial to use them sparingly,
    Once we reach the post-production editing stage... playing with Video-editing software is a lot of FUN so it's really easy to get carried away.
    If you overdo the fancy tricks and fast motion graphics they may look a bit flashy and cheesy -
    You definitely don't want your entire video to be a talking-head of you in front of a green screen which you replace with fancy motion graphics. You want to keep it classy & elegant
    More interesting video get better engagement from your audience.
    That means restraint!
    Use only 1 or 2 styles of special effects.
    If you continuously a different styles, your audience starts to concentrate on the special effects and stop listening to the message you're presenting
    Whether you want:
    * better backdrops for your promo videos,
    * or you want to enhance your students' learning experience in your teaching videos
    * or you simply want to improve your professional image with an expensive-looking backdrop
    - that's all fine - just do it intentionally. Pick a backdrop that makes sense & is serving your intended purpose.
    Just because we stick our talking head in front of the camera, doesn't always mean WE need to be the center of attention.
    People actually don't like watching talking head videos for very long, they want some pictures to illustrate the words, some graphs or graphics or cartoons.
    in this course you'll learn all of that ... and more.


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