The first nine screencasts follow. There are many more for advanced features.
|1: Prepare, Script, Audio|
|2: Record Your Screen|
|3: Saving Files and Project Management|
|4: Explore the Editor|
|5: Apply Smart Focus to Zoom and Pan|
|6: Cut Unwanted Media on the Timeline|
|7: Add a Callout to Direct Viewers' Attention|
|8: Visual Properties|
|9: Produce and Share Your Video|
We are recommending Camtasia as the QUL approach to making video screencasts and tutorials. It offers closed captioning, editing of voice and call-outs, and branding for QUL.
Screencasts are useful for skill-based content. Multi-part tutorials, which may include screencasts, readings, and activities are better for complex content.
Pace and Length