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My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2022

Experiencing eLearning

After struggling to write them and make them work in linear tools, it’s amazing how much faster I can develop multiple connected paths in Twine. One new tool on my top 10 list is Vyond, which I use to create animated videos. I use SnagIt all the time for quick screenshots. New clients find me through my blog. PowerPoint.

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6 Reasons Your Company Needs to Be Using Video Now

TechSmith Camtasia

If you haven’t yet, let this be the moment that you discover video communication is one of the most useful tools of modern work. Using video at work emerged as one of the best ways to do it. Video as an everyday communication tool just might be one of those things. Start creating videos with a free trial of Snagit!

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Wait a minute—TechSmith Snagit for…Linux?

TechSmith Camtasia

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had Snagit for Linux? In our drive to provide TechSmith users the ability to capture screenshots on their preferred system, last month we introduced TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome. What is Snagit for Google Chrome? Will Snagit work on my Linux system? How do I get Snagit for Chrome?

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Create Mathcasts Using Snagit

TechSmith Camtasia

To begin, open the Snagit Editor and create a new image. Make sure to create the image the same width as your video. For example, if you want your video size to be 1280×720 then the width of your image should be 1280 pixels. The dimensions for your video might be different based on the size of your video.

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Create Mathcasts Using Snagit

TechSmith Camtasia

To begin, open the Snagit Editor and create a new image. Make sure to create the image the same width as your video. For example, if you want your video size to be 1280×720 then the width of your image should be 1280 pixels. The dimensions for your video might be different based on the size of your video.

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How to Scale Your Tutorial Videos and Create More Successful Users

TechSmith Camtasia

Creating great instructional videos doesn’t start when you hit record. Planning and following a set process are key to producing consistently high-value tutorial videos. Chandra Owen, Instructional Designer at TechSmith, joined this episode of The Visual Lounge to share her processes and insights behind planning to scale your videos.

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Here’s How We Share Results With Our Teams at TechSmith (and It Doesn’t Involve Another Long Email)

TechSmith Camtasia

You’re probably tired of writing lengthy emails in response to “How’s that project going?” Humans understand information better when it’s presented visually, which makes communicating with images and videos extremely important. That’s precisely why your company should use video, and why you should create videos to report on projects.