Introduction to Camtasia, Final Cut Pro X, and Wirecast for Live Streaming.
Learn how to make videos with Camtasia, Final Cut Pro and Wirecast for live streaming.
Whether you're looking to be a YouTube guru or conducting a seminar via livestream, you should know how to create and upload online video. From setting up your lighting to mastering use of screencasting and recording programs such as Camtasia Studio and Final Cut Pro X, you'll learn all you need to become an online video pro.
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Why take the time to learn and produce videos?
This course will give you what you put into it.
Different types of videos I make including talking head and screen capture.
Getting my equipment working well has taken more than a year and $10,000.
Choosing a few good microphones
What type of computer works for filming best?
Having two computers can make things easier.
I like to have the option to stand or sit without changing anything.
My standing desk using a shelving unit for under $100
Lighting setup simply with clip on lamps and studio lighting for under $100
A backdrop will make you look much more professional for under $100
Using a green screen for combined talking head and screen capture videos
Introduction to Camtasia Studio on Windows.FREE PREVIEW
How to record in Camtasia Studio 8
How to import videos for editing in Camtasia Studio.
Basic editing functions in Camtasia Studio.
Having your audio right to begin with is much easier than editing it in Camtasia
Exporting options to render your video in Camtasia Studio.
Introduction to Camtasia 2 on iMac
How to record in Camtasia 2.
Basic editing functions in Camtasia 2.
Having your audio good without editing is much easier than editing in Camtasia 2
How to import a video already recording for editing in Camtasia 2
Exporting options to render your video in Camtasia 2
Advanced exporting options for rendering in more formats besides MP4
Introduction to Final Cut Pro XFREE PREVIEW
Importing your talking head videos live in Final Cut Pro X
Importing a video you already recorded into Final Cut Pro X
Other ways to record live in Final Cut Pro X
Basic editing functions in Final Cut Pro X
Final Cut Pro X has great audio editing options
Adding graphics your videos is fairly simple in Final Cut Pro X.
You can add text a lot of different ways in Final Cut Pro X
Exporting options to render your video in Final Cut Pro X
Send to compressor for long rendering jobs and multiple videos
What is live streaming and why do it?
How my live stream looks on YouTube and Twitch
What hardware can you use to start cheap and what do I use?
Which version of Wirecast I use and what you might want to use?
Introduction to Wirecast and how to save your production setupFREE PREVIEW
Setting up your sources to input video into Wirecast
Setting up your picture, editing your shot, and using a green screen
Setting up your output to stream live to YouTube and Twitch
Screen capture another computer and record to disk with Wirecast
Streaming live to YouTube and Twitch successfully
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