Camtasia for Mac: Screen Recording

Would you like to share high-quality screen recordings online?  Maybe you're an instructor who would like to record a PowerPoint presentatin and deliver via Blackboard.  Or maybe you're updating your personal website and would like to share a software tutorial online.  Screen recording can be an effective way to communicate any number of concepts with video.

Camtasia for Mac is a robust, yet easy-to-use, screen recorder and editor.  Each workstation in the Budig Ten: Media Production Studio space has the software avaiable.  And in this 90-minute workshop, we'll introduce features, workflows and best practices that will enable you to record and edit effective videos.

(The Windows version of Camtasia is fundamentally the same as the Mac version, with some extended features.  If you'd like to participate in this workshop, most all concepts transfer completely when you use the Windows version.  That said, we only have licenses for the Mac version in our studio space - workstations that are not only available to you during this workshop, but also whenever the Budig lab is open - so we'll be working in the Mac software only.)

For questions about this workshop, please contact KU IT's Media Production Studio at itmps@ku.edu or 785-864-6452.

Category(s):Educational Technology
Multimedia

Prerequisites

We highly recommend that you attend any prerequisite workshops listed below since familiarity with the skills and concepts taught in them is essential to benefit fully from subsequent workshops.

However, if you have independently learned the skills and concepts of the required workshop(s), your "equivalent skills" will be accepted as a substitute for attending the prerequisite workshop(s).

To help you determine your skill level, click workshop titles below (if any) for descriptions which outline the topics taught in each workshop and that are assumed in later sessions. You are expected to know the commands and concepts listed within the descriptions for the prerequisite workshop. In most cases, you can also refer to workshop handouts and other helpful materials from the workshop description page.

In addition to any specific prerequisites listed, you should have, as a minimum, basic computing skills.