Importing Camtasia video into Storyline - Optimum settings?
Mar 23, 2013
I have used Camtasia in the past for screen recordings and find it a great tool for really robust screen recording work. So far for my eLearning courses I have been using only Storyline but I've been missing some of the features from Camtasia so I'm trialling it to test out how it integrates with Storyline.
So far - it's great! I can do all the editing, callouts, zooms in Camtasia and it seems to be carrying them across beautifully to Storyline!
I was just wondering if anyone else has played around with Storyline/Camtasia integration and if you've found that there are optimum settings I should be using? Or any other useful tips with regards to this integration?
If anyone else is wanting to try Camtasia with Storyline, I'd highly recommend it so far. One of the things I like to do with my screen recordings is record the screen with no audio and then record the audio afterwards. I just find it is easier for me to edit it this way - lots of other people prefer doing audio and screen at the same time though - but I found this hard to do in Storyline (and in all the other authoring tools, so I thought I'd give the Camtasia a go). So if you also like doing your audio AFTER your screen recording, maybe give Camtasia a trial.
Thanks - any feedback will be great!