Newsletter Archive
November 2015

Bi-Weekly Video Update – 11/14/15

Hi, it’s Lon Naylor with video tips, tutorials, templates and news.

From the YouTube Channel:

SHIFT/Split and "Ripple" Move Hotkey
Sometimes when you are editing in Camtasia, it’s useful to "make a hole" to insert something new in an existing project.

The problem is: If you have things like callouts, images, etc. already on the timeline? You need to move everything to the right in sync or you will mess up your project!

Here’s a sweet little tip to not only Split the timeline but also move all your existing work to the right simultaneously:


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That’s it for this week – see you in two weeks!

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Bi-Weekly Video Update – 11/28/15

Hi, it’s Michelle Schoen with this week's video tips, tutorials, templates and news. Wishing everyone in the USA a Happy Thanksgiving weekend. Although I'm spending the weekend with my family, through the power of pre-scheduled broadcasts, I bring you this holiday edition of the Learn Camtasia Video News!

From the Blog:

How Good Should You Be Before Charging for Videos?
We got a question recently during our weekly group coaching about how to know what to charge for your videos when you are a service provider. Lon and I have spent quite a bit of time discussing the Cheap vs. Fast vs. Good scenario when we roll out a new training product and it’s the same thing when it comes to pricing services.

In this 5 minute discussion, Lon makes the case that you shouldn’t compete on price and that you should only be offering high quality products. Then you should persuade your client that your higher price is worth it. My thoughts lean more towards charging a cheap price initially to build up a portfolio then…

Read More on the Blog

How About Getting Answers to All your Burning Video Questions Right When You Need them?

Just a quick reminder that we have a Thanksgiving Sale going on through Monday night on our Screencast Video Coaching.

Once the family time is over, you can jump in and peruse 100+ hours of recorded sessions… work through all the questions and demos at your own pace and hop into the private Facebook group created exclusively for our members who specialize in Screencasting. Then join us on Tuesday at 8 pm for a live Coaching Webinar with Lon and Michelle.

You’ll see EVERYTHING previous students have asked us on how to plan, design, record and produce videos plus questions on strategies, tactics and techniques for most of the video recording and editing software created over the last couple of years.

And of course, Lon and I will be in the group to answer all your burning questions.

I don't have to tell you the incredible value of being able to learn from the mistakes someone else has already made… and the successes!

Check it out HERE and get the accountability and support you need to finally get your videos DONE!

That’s it for this week – see you in two weeks!

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen
LearnCamtasia.com
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