Newsletter Archive
November 2018

Bi-Weekly Video Update – 11/19/18

Hey there, it’s Michelle and I hope you and your family get a bunch of time together over the Thanksgiving holidays. In today’s newsletter I’ll be showing you how I used the Storyline player with my Camtasia videos, how to fix audio glitches in Camtasia 2018 and a YouTube Channel Makeover Challenge starting in December.

On the Blog: Combining Storyline with Camtasia and PowerPoint

A while back I created a training course in which I used Camtasia, PowerPoint and Storyline to get the features which my client required.

The main takeaways you will get from this video are:

  • How to add a more robust TOC and navigation
  • How I structured a multi Lesson training course
  • How to add additional interactivity using some features of Storyline

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Fixing Camtasia 2018 Audio Glitches

I found a fix to something that was driving me nuts the other day so I wanted to share it with you. I was working on a bunch of videos in Camtasia 2018 and in all of them the audio would skip at some point at the beginning of the video. But sometimes I could play it and it wouldn’t skip and I couldn’t figure out why. UGH!

As it turns out, this is a known error in Camtasia 2018 and it happens when you import MP3 files instead of wav files. The audios I had were MP3s delivered to me by a voice over artist.

So the solution is to not use MP3s in Camtasia 2018 or, if that is the only file type you have, you need to bring them into Audacity and Export them as wav files before importing them back into Camtasia.

Hopefully, you will remember this fix the next time you have audio skipping or glitches that won’t go away or bookmark this link.

Read about it on the TechSmith website Audio Glitch Fix

10-Day YouTube Makeover Challenge

My friend and colleague, Lou Bortone, is the best when it comes to everything online video and he’s launching a brand new 10-Day YouTube Makeover Challenge starting December 3rd.

That means you’ve got the perfect opportunity to join and and get your YouTube Channel and videos “ready for prime time” before the holidays!

How cool would it be to go into 2019 with a YouTube presence that:

  • Attracts new leads
  • Enhances your online visibility
  • Greatly improves your SEO and “discoverability”
  • Turns viewers into clients and customers
  • Creates new revenue streams and income opportunities

Sign up today and get your YouTube Channel working for you, building your business even when you sleep!

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

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen
LearnCamtasia.com
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Bi-Weekly Video Update – 11/30/18

Hey, it’s Lon Naylor with a couple of really nice tips and resources for you!

On the Blog: How to Create 3D Rotating Text Effect in Camtasia

Here’s a fun trick I picked up a few years ago from my buddy Peter Gillberg at Callouts.com

The tutorial I did for it way back then (in Camtasia 8) is actually one of my more popular videos on YouTube with 45,000+ views so I thought I would update it for Camtasia 9 & higher:

How To Create a Rotating “3D” Text Effect

It’s a useful technique for Title clips, text logos, or anything you want to add a 3D touch to. In fact, I think it would work for PNG images like logos also but I still have to test that.

Leave your comments & questions!

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Free PowerPoint Video Templates & Tutorials

Have you seen my PowerPoint video resource site?

It’s called PPTVideo.com (sweet name, right?) and I’ve been loading it up for over a year with freebie PPT templates and tutorials for PowerPoint video content creators.

Be sure to Subscribe! ==> PPTVideo.com Newsletter

Just click the big green Subscribe button.

This newsletter is already packed with freebie templates, tips, tricks and tutorials to take your PowerPoint videos to the next level.

As the new year quickly approaches, I’ll be spending even more time in 2019 working with killer PowerPoint video templates, resources and awesome new tutorials./>

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

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen
LearnCamtasia.com
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