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The Green Screen Effect – TechSmith Tips

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TechSmith Tips is a weekly series that will focus on tips in screencasting, video editing, and more. You may have heard of these terms before and they all refer to the same idea. The green screen effect is a post-production technique for compositing (layering) two images or video streams together based on color hues ( chroma range). The post The Green Screen Effect – TechSmith Tips appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

All About Pixels

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You may be familiar with the term 1080p when referring to a computer screen or TV. It takes a lot of computer power to run high resolution screens, which is why it takes a while for new resolution standards to be adopted into the main stream. 4K (easy term for a resolution of 3,840x 2,160) is four times as pixel dense as 1080p, thus a much sharper picture. Pixel depth refers to the number of colors a particular pixel can produce.

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7 Ways Screencasting Makes Work Easier

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I work on the TechSmith website. Answering these questions via email is a bit like trying to describe a specific element of a picture to someone standing on the other side of a curtain. Recorded meetings make it easy to reference what was discussed.

Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Communication: How to Use Both to Absolutely Dominate Remote Work

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Here at TechSmith, I used to coordinate the work of several outside consulting agencies. In a streaming meeting, if the technology fails, everyone has to wait for the problem to be solved or the meeting may have to be rescheduled. Quick reference guides.

How to Edit Videos: The Not So Complex World of Video Encoding

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Without video encoding standards, the streaming video that revolutionized the Internet would not have been possible. This is because encoding is only half the picture. The container, often referred to as the file type, is displayed in the suffix of a file’s name (e.g. Codecs are the technology and programs used to encode or decode a digital data stream or signal (i.e. It’s an exciting prospect to imagine, smaller video files that load faster with better picture.

How to Edit Videos: The Not So Complex World of Video Encoding

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Without video encoding standards, the streaming video that revolutionized the Internet would not have been possible. This is because encoding is only half the picture. The container, often referred to as the file type, is displayed in the suffix of a file’s name (e.g. Codecs are the technology and programs used to encode or decode a digital data stream or signal (i.e. It’s an exciting prospect to imagine, smaller video files that load faster with better picture.

50 Tips for Better Video

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Who are they, and what is their frame of reference? Viewers can only process so many streams of information at one time. When showing a PowerPoint presentation with a person speaking, don’t frame them in a floating box (picture-in-picture). The post 50 Tips for Better Video appeared first on TechSmith Blog. Straight from the studio, we’ve put together this infographic of fifty practical tips that will drastically improve the quality of your videos.

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5 Popular Ways to Increase Conversion Rates with Video

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Throughout this post I’ll share some examples of how TechSmith has successfully used videos in several ways to increase conversion rates. For this discussion, I’ll reference “the funnel” quite a few times. Just so we’re clear, at TechSmith, we use Eugene Schwartz’s five levels of awareness. And in our personal lives it gets even worse with the 24-hour news cycle, social media, smart phones, infotainment systems in cars … well, you get the picture.