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TechSmith Camtasia 301: Advanced Training

TechSmith Camtasia 301: Advanced Training

Register for all three Camtasia classes (101-301) in one order and automatically receive 20% off in the cart! There is a 5 student minimum to run this course.

Course Date Course Time Price Seats
Nov 21 2019 1pm - 4pm ET
$149.00
Dec 19 2019 1pm - 4pm ET
$149.00
Feb 24 2020 1pm - 4pm ET
$149.00
Mar 30 2020 1pm - 4pm ET
$149.00

Techsmith Camtasia Advanced Training

Whether you are creating screen-capture videos for software training or editing video camera footage of job tasks, interviews, or lectures, you need to be able to use Camtasia's advanced features

Learn how to leverage existing PowerPoint content in your Camtasia projects. Then you'll learn about behaviors, hotspots, markers, closed captioning, and sharing to Screencast.com.

Who Should Attend?

  • Training Managers
  • Teachers
  • eLearning Developers
  • Application Developers
  • Animators
  • Technical Communicators
  • Students

Where is this class held?

This is a live, online class led by a field expert; and just like an in-person class, it is fully interactive and engaging. The difference between an online and onsite class? No travel! You can participate from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. Many of our students choose to stay home from work on these training days, some never even changing out of their slippers! Where applicable, students are able to speak with and hear from the instructor and other participants throughout the course as they work in real-time to complete activities.

Need something a little more personal?

We understand your team might have specific training needs and we would love to work with you. We offer both online and on-site instructor-led, fully customizable courses tailored to your training needs.

Email us so we can discuss your needs and set up your custom training »

Topics covered include, but not limited to:

PowerPoint to eLearning

If you've got existing PowerPoint content, don't throw it away. You can import PowerPoint content into Camtasia (or record your PowerPoint presentation and import the video into Camtasia!

  • Import PowerPoint slides into Camtasia
  • Record PowerPoint presentations as videos

Behaviors

Who says that your text and images have to just sit there? Make your media perform tricks by adding behaviors.

  • Add Behaviors to selected media
  • Edit Behaviors

TOCs

A table of contents (TOC) provides an overview of your lesson and allows your learners to move from course content to content.

  • Add markers
  • Add hotspots
  • Create jumps (interactivity)
  • Create a TOC using markers

Closed Captions

Ensure that learners with hearing disabilities can participate in your eLearning by adding closed captions.

  • Learn about accessibility and Section 508
  • Manually create captions
  • Leverage speech to text

Screencasting

TechSmith provides free access to a web server where you can post your content and make it accessible to learners worldwide.

  • Share to Screencast.com
  • Test content on Screencast.com

About Your Instructor

Kevin Siegel is the founder and president of IconLogic, Inc. He has written hundreds of step-by-step computer training books on applications such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Adobe RoboHelp, Adobe Presenter, Adobe Technical Communication Suite, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office, Microsoft PowerPoint, QuarkXPress, and TechSmith Camtasia.

Kevin spent five years in the U.S. Coast Guard as an award-winning photojournalist and has three decades experience as a print publisher, technical writer, instructional designer, and eLearning developer. He is a certified master trainer, certified online training professional, certified technical trainer, and a frequent speaker at trade shows and conventions.

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It [PowerPoint for eLearning 101: You’re Doing it Wrong] was interesting and there was a lot of good information.
Heather Marster