Gesture Effects for Mobile Content 0 hr 7 min
When working with mobile recording, you can add various gesture effects, like a tap. swipe, or pinch effect. This is a Camtasia on Mac only feature.
Adding Transitions 0 hr 22 min
Learn the ins and outs of using transitions in your editing.
Cursor Effects 0 hr 15 min
Camtasia allows you to adjust some of the properties of your mouse cursor after editing, include changing the size, highlighting it, magnifying it, removing it, and more.
Check Your Knowledge
Markers and Tables of Contents 0 hr 11 min
Markers are a great tool for helping viewers quickly navigate your video. Learn how to add Markers during editing to create a Table of Contents, to serve as jump points, and more.
Quizzing 0 hr 15 min
Quizzing is one way to engage your viewrs and to check their knowledge of what they're learning. In this video, you will learn how to add a quiz in Camtasia, the quiz options, and question types available.
Interactive Hotspots 0 hr 7 min
Interactive hotspots allow you to add links, buttons, and interactive objects that opens a link or jumps you to another point in your video.
Check Your Knowledge
9. Effects, Quizzes, and Interactivity
Learn how to add several other effects, like transitions and cursor effects. In addition, learn how to add interactivity to your screencasts with quizzes and interactive hotspots, and more.
This course covers two areas. In the first, you'll learn about adding effects to your screencasts like Gestures for mobile videos, Transitions, and Cursor Effects. All are useful for improving the quality and effectiveness of your videos. In addition, this course introduces and goes into depth about interactive features available in Camtasia. You'll learn how to use Markers and the Table of Contents to create easily searchable videos. You'll also learn how to build Quizzes to check the knowledge of your viewers. You'll learn how to add Interactive Hotspots to create clickable points in your video to jump your viewer to other resources or to another point in the current video.