• Cutting Video from a Snagit Recording

    This video illustrates use of the Snagit editor to cut video from a Snagit recording. You can cut video from either end of the clip or from the interior of the clip.

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  • Creating Animated GIF’s in Snagit

    Creating Animated GIF’s in Snagit

    This video will show you how to create Animated GIFs using Snagit from TechSmith.  Snagit makes creating compact screencast gifs super easy and quick. This video was created during a live staff development seminar using Camtasia Studio to record Snagit while it was recording screen video and rendering it out as an animated GIF.  We were also simultaneously broadcasting the session using the Zoom videoconferencing tool which was also recording voice, video, and screen activity.  These well-written multimedia tools inter-operate amazingly […]

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  • Camtasia Studio – Recording, Editing , and Producing

    Camtasia Studio – Recording, Editing , and Producing

    This is a live recording of a staff development session covering basic use of Camtasia Studio, TechSmith’s powerful screencasting and video editing tool.  The video is uncaptioned, but the same information (and more) is available on our video production website at http://sdccdolvid.org/getreal/camtasia-to-youtube-and-beyond/.  

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  • Introduction to Snagit 13

    Introduction to Snagit 13

    This is a live recording of a staff development session introducing TechSmith’s new Snagit 13 screenshot and lightweight screencasting tool.  While this video is uncaptioned, captioned tutorials available through our video production website, http://sdccdolvid.org/getreal, contain substantially the same information.

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  • TechSmith Demo Day – June 23, 2016

    TechSmith Demo Day – June 23, 2016

    SDCCD Online Learning Pathways, @One, and TechSmith presented Jason Valade from TechSmith.  Jason gave a great overview of TechSmith’s Snagit and Camtasia products and answered many questions about their application in education.  This is an edited recording of that session.  This recording does not provide captions, but use and capabilities of all of the products featured here are covered in captioned tutorials found on the TechSmith website at https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial.html  and on our video production how-to website at http://sdccdolvid.org/getreal .

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  • Screencasting With Jing and Camtasia Studio

    Screencasting With Jing and Camtasia Studio

    This is a complete recording of a presentation given at the National Business Educator’s conference a couple of years ago.  It illustrates and teaches use of two popular screencasting tools, Jing and Camtasia Studio.  The Camtasia Studio portion (the bulk of the presentation) covers recording and producing screencasts as well as covering most common post-production editing tasks.  This can help those wanting to get started with editing in the powerful Camtasia Studio editor.  

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  • Lecture Capture Using TechSmith Relay and Zoom

    Lecture Capture Using TechSmith Relay and Zoom

    One of THE most popular instructional technology services provided to students across the globe is lecture capture, the recording of audio and video during a live classroom lecture and making the recording available to students via the web, on-demand in a timely manner. Upwards of 90% of students have favorable opinions about this service and speak highly of efforts to make such recordings available to them.  In this seminar, we’ll look at two tools that are free (to SDCCD faculty […]

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  • Screencasting Flex Seminar, Feb. 26 2016

    Screencasting Flex Seminar, Feb. 26 2016

    This seminar (presented and recorded in Zoom) provides a practical introduction to the technique of screencasting, a powerful, easy to learn instructional multimedia technique accessible to all.  This playlist consists of three segments as follows: 1.  Segment 1 provides a definition of screencasting, and illustrates the pedagogy of screencasting through a series of sample screencasts and a spirited discussion among session participanst. 2.  Segment 2 provides an introduction to two free (at least to SDCCD faculty) screencasting tools that are […]

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  • Webcam Recording With Screencastomatic

    Webcam Recording With Screencastomatic

    This video will show you how to record from your webcam using the free web-based recording tool, Screencastomatic.  You’ll also be shown how to upload the video right from Screencastomatic to YouTube.

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  • Camtasia/TechSmith Relay Overview

    Camtasia/TechSmith Relay Overview

    Camtasia/TechSmith Relay is an amazingly easy and efficient server-based screencasting and lecture capture system that provides one of the easiest gateways to accessible multimedia production there is.  This video will walk you through the  Relay production process from downloading the recorder client through to publishing your video online – in less than 25 minutes.

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  • Connecting TechSmith Relay to Your YouTube Account

    Connecting TechSmith Relay to Your YouTube Account

    This video will show you how to authenticate your Google YouTube account in Camtasia/TechSmith Relay.  This is necessary in order for Relay to automatically publish videos to your YouTube account.

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  • Screencastomatic – Overview

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