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PowerPoint Fusion Series IV - Master Camtasia

teacher avatar Dragos Stefanescu, TeacHack Founder - Teaching 1000s Online

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12 Lessons (38m)
    • 1. Section Introduction

    • 2. Installing Camtasia

    • 3. Here's How You Should Set It Up

    • 4. The Most Important Part Of Your Recording

    • 5. Post Production #1: Cursor Effects

    • 6. Warning: Always Avoid Clipping

    • 7. The Recording Process

    • 8. The PowerPoint Add-In You Need To Have Installed

    • 9. The Details That Will Take Your Video From Good To Great

    • 10. Post Production #2: Make Sure It All Flows

    • 11. Post Production #3: Sound & Imagery

    • 12. Final Checks and Producing

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The Importance Of PowerPoint

Presentations have become an essential tool in our daily lives. Whether you're aware of it or not, every conversation is a sales pitch. It's extremely important to know how to present information in a structured visual way. This course series will give you the exact tools to create amazing presentations, use Excel to input data and create awesome PowerPoint videos with the help of Camtasia.

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What You Will Learn In This Course

We're going to cover the fundamentals of PowerPoint Design. By the end of the course you will know:

  • How to set up for best recording quality
  • The details to make your good videos great
  • How to approach the recording process
  • Post-production changes you will need to make for every video

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Dragos Stefanescu

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1. Section Introduction: Asia video editing section In this very short first lecture, I just want to provide you with an introduction of what I am going to cover in this section . So firstly, I want to mention that you should download Camped Asia, and I'm gonna take you through that in the first few lectures and should do everything that I do step by step. So take action and do everything that I do because that's the fastest way that you're gonna learn how to use Camped Asia. So I'm gonna take you through how I set up a Camp Tasia project. So how to be organized? How to set up everything. So it's very easy to recall them afterwards and you're at your most efficient. Then I'm gonna go into location and hardware. So all the steps that you have to take to make sure that your production is high quality. So we're gonna talk things like hardware to the microphone, what kind of things and distractions you need to avoid in the location that you're filming in. We're going to go into the initial settings. So all the software let's say options that you have to configure in Camp Tasia before you actually start recording and all the testing that you need to do to make sure that the sound and the visuals are just as they should be. Then I'm going to show you the actual recording, and this is going to include a step by step guide. So I'm going to show you exactly how I go about recording, and I'm going to introduce you to different keyboard shortcuts that I use income. Tasia. And if you actually use those keyboard shortcuts and you start practicing, you'll see they will become second nature, and you'll be very fast using this software. I'm gonna cover effect in transition. So everything that happens after you finish recording extra sound and imagery. Because if you are to produce your you Timmy promo or any other presentation video, you might want to add at a background theme or in my want to add different images. And finally, I'm going to take you the final checks and the producing of your video. With that being said, I am extremely excited for this chapter because after this were actually going to go into how you can create your own endemic problem. So this is the last requirement for the last chapter. So I just want you to observe all of this information right now and then get going with your own production video. 2. Installing Camtasia: installing Count Asia onto our computers. So obviously the first step in this chapter is to install Camp Tasia onto our computers. Um, so in order to get this piece of software installed and by the way, I want you to do this right now with me, there's no point going on with the chapter If you don't have camped Asia installed because I'm going to show you some hands on controls on Camp Station, we're going to go step by step walking through it. So there's no point for you watching this chapter if you don't have camps Asian stole. So we're gonna go to www dot tex smith dot com and then forward slash download. And once we hit that, it's gonna take us to the website. We're going to scroll the way down to Kim Tasia Studio for Windows and click on free Trial . Now it's gonna prompt you to create an account. You can either create a free account with your email sign in with your email if you have one, or choose one of the social networks to authenticate yourself. Ive authenticated myself with Google. Plus, I'm just gonna go this way, but you can do it with email. There's no problem with that. And it's going to take you straight to discrete right here where you can choose between the Mac download or the windows down. Now I'm gonna choose the Windows download, and where you're going to see is in a few moments, it's going to start downloading it. So it's on Lee 250 megabytes. It's not that much for a piece of softer now. Once it finishes downloading, you just need to install it. It's going to take you through some screens after you install it, asking you for a license key. Don't worry. If you don't have a license key, you can take advantage of a 30 day free trial. So do that. Now install camped Asia onto your computer, and in the next lecture, we're gonna already open it and see what we can do with this piece of software. 3. Here's How You Should Set It Up: setting up Camp Tasia for recording. So I just want to show you how I set up Camp Tasia for recording. So how do I organize all the different videos that I record? Because I think it's very important to be organized from the get go. So first of all, what you need to know is that Camp Tasia it has different types of files. So whenever you create a recording, it will save it as a Camp Tasia file, which ends in dot t wreck. Now, that file can be opened through Camp Tasia Onley and it will sit here in this dashboard right here at the bottom and you'll see once we start recording, you see exactly what I mean by that. Now, those files can be used to be put here customized, produced and then exported as videophiles. Now we're going to try to do here is create a project now a project. Think of a project like a folder for different files. So your project is gonna have all the different videos that you create for that particular instance. So right now I'm doing the Camp Tasia section and I'm gonna have all the different lectures that are as videos as part of that project. But in order for me to create a project, I first need to record something. So I'm going to go to the camp Tasia recorder, which is this right here. You'll see it comes installed with camped Asia. So once I do that, you might see I've already started recording this lecture. I'm going to stop this recording and save it. 20. Press the stop button. It will prompt you to name the file. And then it will take it to a certain location. Not the way I do. This is I build the different sections of my Udine course and do each as a project. So say I record one section now I will have an entire section as a project name. So at the end of this section, I'm gonna have section for saved as a project. As you can see, I've saved 03 setting up Camp Tasia right here. Now after it saves it, are now I've gone into Windows Explorer to show you this after it saves that camp, Tasia will automatically add it to the dashboard here. So as you can see everything that I recorded prior to this is on the dashboard right now. So that's basically how you go about recording and organizing your files and two folders. So I suggest breakdown your work and always always, always structure it into folders. So if you do you Demi course, so you have five sections. You're gonna have five project now, finally, if you want to save this project says you can see I have according right now I can go on file and I can say safe project as. And then it's going to take me to the last folder. I'm going to go into PowerPoint Camped Asia Fusion and I can save it right here. So as you can see it saved as section for project, I can just overwrite that right now, and that's that. So I've just saved my project and now everything that I add after it. So every recording I could just save the entire file in Camped Asia, and it's going to save the project. And at the end you'll see exactly how we can export all the files 4. The Most Important Part Of Your Recording: the importance of the microphone. Now this is an entirely optional Let's a step for you guys. But if you're serious about video creation than it's very important to have good hardware to support yourself now, what I mean by that is you need to have the right microphone for recording now. At the very least, um, you should have a headset or headphones that have a good microphone. You don't want to record a video with the inbuilt microphone from your laptop. If you test that even against the pair of headphones in Camp Tasia, you're going to see the difference is absolutely astonishing, so never ever record with your laptop microphone. Now, if you want to take it a step further, then you can actually buy a professional microphone, and that will increase the quality of your voice. Now you might argue that it's not entire necessary. Maybe it isn't, but I do you Demi courses on a full time basis. So for me it's absolutely critical that my microphone is of the best quality and speaking about my microphone. This is what I'm using right now. It's a PG a 27 from Shore, and it's absolutely amazing. Now, if you look at the photos you can see it's quite professional and you can actually hear me . The sound is really good. So bio means think about how often he needs record and how important your recordings are. And if you do want to invest in a microphone, then check the PdF that follows this lecture where I'm going to show you a few of the resource. Is that our online that you can use, um, and buy them in order to enhance the quality of your voice recordings. 5. Post Production #1: Cursor Effects: why cursor effects are important and how to add them. Hey, guys, basically, you know, when you produce a video for someone else when you produce a Udine course, you have to understand that everything that you see here is not going to be as apparent to other people as it is to you. So, apart from that, the other aspect to consider is that now we consume content in so many different ways, and some people might be watching this on their tablet or, better yet, on their phone. And this mouse cursor might not be visible if it just stays as it is. So one thing that I always suggest if you produce videos that you want others to see and you're sharing your screen is to modify your cursor. And we can do that by bringing up the cursor effects right here. If you don't see the button, then just press more and you're going to see cursor effects right here. But because I pressed it beforehand, I have it here. So here's how we're going to go about this. I'm going to zoom out, and I'm going to select all my files here. So I zoomed out. I can see all my files here. I'm just going to select everything. Now I'm gonna press cursor effect, and what I want to do is I want to make it larger. So I'm going to make the cursor at 2.5 is what I usually put it. You can even write it here 2.5 years, 2.5 times larger than a normal years, the one you can also do. Should you choose to do this, you can highlight the cursor says you can see it has a yellow circle on there. I don't prefer to do that, but you can't do it. I think it's quite visible as it is right now. But what I also do is I put a rings effect on the left click. So whenever I left click there's gonna be rings coming from the top of the mouse, and I also put a ripple effect on the right click. Now that I've added that, what I need to do is go with this cursor right here on every video and click add animation . And as you can see, I go in this video I selected add animation. I go on this video I selected Add animation. Go on this video, selected, add animation and so one as you can see it as it here at the very bottom. And then, as you can see here, the mouse is very large compared to what it was before. Now a word of warning Where you might want the change is if you have a power point recording where you have, as I mentioned in the previous lecture, the whole slide. It's in presentation mode. It's all filmed very nicely. It's a presentation. Bear in mind that you also have your mouse visible during those presentations. So even though you click on it, you might also see the mouse, which doesn't look too good for a presentation. So you can also do. Let's assume this is one of my power point presentations. I select this file and I untech mouse cursor visible, and if I am ticket, people are not going to see the mouse. And in case you're recording something in Power Point through the camp, Tasia added, This is extremely valuable, so it's very straightforward. I suggest you do the same, make it at least 2.5 and size maybe even bigger so that people see where your mouth is and always, always, always do this at the very end. Don't forget to do it, because it's going to make a huge difference for the people that watch your screen shares. 6. Warning: Always Avoid Clipping: how to avoid clipping. So I want to show you in this lecture the importance of the sound. So if you do a screen share if you record your voice, the sound is absolutely critical. Because you have the visual part, which is your recording, your slides, Whatever you're showing, any have the sound. And actually the only way that you can captivate your audience is through the tone of your voice. So you want everything to be absolutely perfect now because I can't show you this and recorded at the same time I have here the Camp Tasia recorder. And if you opened Camp Taylor, you've seen what it looks like even before you start the video. It looks very similar to this. Now, notice here you haven't audio volume. Now I've customized this so that I avoid clipping. And what I mean by clipping is an instance where your volume is so high that it goes over a certain accepted level and it actually distorts the wavelengths. And if you see this happening, I'm going to show you in a few moments how to check for this. You're gonna notice that the sound turns a bit bad and the quality is very poor. So this is the way you avoid clipping in the first instance by adjusting the audio right here. So before you start the recording from the audio pain, you can select the microphone that you're according with if you have an external microphone and once you do that, you have to test with the audio, so record something and then check as I'm gonna show you in a few seconds, record something else check and so on until the level is perfect. That being said now, you know how you can modify the audio. Let me show you how you can see it in contagious to you. So these are all the lectures that I recorded so far. Notice that the 1st 1 actually has large audio levels so you can see the audio levels are these lines here? As you can see, the 1st 1 has large audio levels off. The other ones are adjusted and they're okay. Now let's see how we can see for clipping. So we go here on this tab and we choose audio and then it's gonna insert the 100% line. So basically everything that is underneath that is okay and is not clipping. As you can see, everything here is way below the sound. Quality is still going to be good, and you're definitely not going to be clipping. But if I go to the 1st 1 you can actually see it's at the limit. So that's why I put the volume lower, because I didn't want to risk myself speaking a bit louder at some point and clipping without me wanting to. So you can see if I scroll through the entire video. It's just perfect. It's just at the limit, and everything that follows after that is good. This is an instance where the volume was too high and I actually put it lower so you can customize your volume lower after the fact. But you can never make sure it doesn't go over 100% after you've recorded. So it's always better for it to be lower because you can always put it up and I'm gonna show you how I can do it here. As you can see, I can put the volume up at any point in time, but if it's clipping and I take it lower, it's not going to make a difference. The quality is still going to be poor. So that being said before you start recording lecture after lecture after lecture or whatever you're recording, make sure you are not clipping. 7. The Recording Process: how to go about the camp Tasia recording. So how do you record a video? I just want to take you through how I go about it step by step, because it's a very important for you to know the crucial elements. You're not going to need more than this most of the times. So I just want to take you through everything that I do when I record a video. So first of all, as you can see, I'm recording the video right now. The first shortcuts that you need to know our F nine and F 10 F nine will pause the video. So whenever you you stumble, you know you want to change your browser and you don't want to let the video recording. You press F nine at the very end, you press f 10 and that will stop the video and prompt Camped Asia to ask you to save it. And then it's gonna added in the Camp Tasia studio. So f nine and F 10. And by the way, don't worry. There is a pdf with keyboard shortcuts in this chapter, so you're going to see their exactly all the crucial keyboard shortcuts for Camp Tasia. Now that we've added the video, as you can see, I've done a little test here. We're gonna have to crop it, just to mention I prefer to do the editing right after I record. And the reason for that is very simple. It's because right after your record, you know exactly where you messed up and what you have to cut. I could record the whole section the whole 40 50 minutes and then goes to the whole thing and adjusted and produced the video. However, I might forget certain things, and I'm gonna have to listen to the whole 40 or 50 minutes like this. If I record a two or three minute video, I know exactly where I messed up, and I can correct that straight away. So the first thing that I want to teach you is how to split. It's actually one of the only things that you have to do on your videos, so you need to know how to split these videos and how it works. Basically, the reason why you would need to split is either because you've made a mistake or because you have a gap as you can see, you're not going to start speaking as soon as you press record. You're not going to start in the first instance. So here we have a dead spot, so there's two ways we can do this. Firstly, you have to select the video file. So I've selected a little test right here, and you have to position this cursor. This cursor is golden. It shows you exactly where you are. And as you can see, the recording right here changes to show where I am with the frame. So this Kherson right here needs to be moved Exactly where you start speaking. Maybe you want to leave a little gap. As you can see, I'm zooming in by holding the control button. And the mouse wheel says you can see this is where I start speaking. I can move this a bit to give it a gap. I select this and then I can either hit split right here, which is going to split the to file. So now I have two fouls instead of one. But I'm gonna undo that or I compress the S key on the keyboard. And that's actually when you get used to it, that's actually very fast. And now what I'm gonna do is because I don't need this file anymore. I'm just gonna delete it. And then I'm going to drag this at the very beginning and drag this right here that I have , um the continue, you know, the continued flow off one video after the other. Now I'm going to zoom out, and I purposefully messed up part of the video, as you can see it here, their silence. So right here, I'm going to zoom in and I'm gonna do the same thing. So I'm going to select the video. I'm going to split. And now I have to split because I'm in between in the other side as well. So I'm going to split here, and then I'm gonna delete the part in between. And once I do that, the same thing I drag this. And now I have one video. Now, you might be asking yourself if I have different instances of this video here and at the end of the project, I'm gonna want to produce it as one video. What do I have to do? And apart from that, what I might add is you want to put a separation between all these different videos. Because if you have 20 videos, you're going to get confused. So what I'm gonna do now is I'm gonna pause the recording for a bit because I can't actually bring up this menu. What I'm recording at the same time, basically what I've done is I have pressed control em and control M brings this view here, which has markers. Now, markers are the things that you have to insert after every video. So as you can see, I've downloaded Camped Asia, setting up camp Tasia importance of a microphone. So everything is set there as a limit. So once you have this set up, you can literally zoom in and you're gonna have the ability. When you go over these files, as you can see the line there to add markers. So I've added a mark there. I can put just a test or whatever I want to call it pressed, enter and the marker is set. And now if you go on this diamond here, you can actually move it around. And when you get to the edge, it will turn this yellow bar and you know you're at the variant. So right now what I have is avoiding clipping ends here and then just a test. And here and I'm going to show you when you actually produce your camp Tasia video file, you can actually produce it into separate videophiles, taking into account the markers. So you have your work done for you. If you put the markers, um, ahead of time and then you're not gonna have to struggle at the very end to see how every video fits. And on top of that, when you actually navigate through it, as you can see and now I only have five videos, but you can see there's way more files down here. So when you actually navigate markers make things more easily. So just to recap, the things you need to know is F nine and 10. When you record, you need to know how to split. Once you've added the videos onto camped azure studio, you need to always edit it right after your film it because that's when it's the freshest in your memory and you need add markers after every video. If you do that, your be your most efficient and you're going to get this stuff done. The fastest possible way 8. The PowerPoint Add-In You Need To Have Installed: recording slides with Camped Asia straight from Microsoft Power Point. So you might have seen when you installed Camped Asia that it prompts you if you want to install a power, Point added. So if you have Microsoft, PowerPoint installed Fantasia will detect that, and it will ask you if you want to install and Adam for part point, and once you do that, you can find it here on the top ribbon where it says Adan's now What you have here is very simple. Once you press the record button, PowerPoint will go into full screen and your slides will start just as if you were in presentation mode. So what you've done in the previous chapters, when you're in presentation mode, that's exactly what Power Point is going to do. So it goes into presentation mode. You can still click to prompt all the objects to move, but you can also talk at the same time and camped. Asia is going to record all of that now, one word of warning, because the process is very straightforward. After you finish the file, it's gonna ask you if you want to save it, you can save it, and then it's gonna ask you if you want to edit it, and it's gonna add it to the current project that you're working on and camped Asia, so that's very straightforward. But when you need to make sure is because these are gonna be different settings that everything is set up. So remember how we talked about clipping? Make sure that your volume here is the right one, so record a few times and see how it works. If it's too loud. If in Camp Tasia he's ear clipping, then by all means put a lower or put it higher, then you have to check your audio. Sirs, if you have a plugged in microphone such as I do, make sure it's not the internal microphone of the laptop and use the microphone that you've captured their always make sure to take Ah, system audio every action. Yet if you don't, then don't ticket and remember, the shortcuts here are actually control and F nine and Control and F 10 as opposed to Can't Asia, where you simply have f nine and after that being said, we're going to be using this in the next section where your court are you Demi promo. But if you have any other slides that you want to record, obviously you can add voice captions to PowerPoint. But this is much cleaner. It's much more effective, and ultimately the quality is higher. 9. The Details That Will Take Your Video From Good To Great: avoiding distractions and extremely important prerequisite to you filming your videos. Now, why do I say this? You might find that I met picking. You might think I'm crazy. You might think I exaggerate, but I care about the quality of my production. I wanted to be top notch, and that's why you should be doing the same thing. So you need to avoid any kind of distraction that is going to detract from the quality of your presentation. What do I mean by that? And these are factors that you might take for granted. You might not think of them, but you actually do have to consider them every single time you record 1st 1 air conditioning. And I'm not just referencing air conditioning. Specifically, I'm referencing any of those objects that you have in your house that produced this sound constantly, like an air conditioning would if it's constantly turned on, and you simply don't realize that mean we're so used to the sound that you don't realize it's even working anymore and all of that stuff if you have, especially as we're going to see in this chapter, especially if you have a very good microphone. If It's a sensitive microphone. For example. Mind picks up everything. It's gonna pick it up, and it's gonna be felt on the audio of the of the video that you produce, and it's not going to give a good impression. Maybe the majority of people are not going to observe it, but someone like me or someone like you might do. And it's a shame you should aim for 100% quality on your production. The other thing is windows. Always keep your windows closed. As a matter of fact, I was actually according a few days ago, a certain video, and I forgot the window open because it got really warm where I am right now. And the tram just started passing by and it was The tram passes by 50 meters away from my apartment, but I could still hear it. It was so loud that I could hear it, and I was just in the middle of a three minute video. I was in a flow. I was talking very well. I had a very good rhythm, and when the tram past, I just knew I had to stop and I had to start again. And when I played the recording again, I actually could hear the tramp, and it was very annoying. So always close your windows and to that effect, always make sure you're in a room where there's no echo. So test this out speak, you know, do test videos. Record yourself saying different sentences and see if you have an echo. Because if you have one, that you better find a new place where you can record and finally keyboard typing. And again, I'm not only talking about keyboard typing, but if you're recording in a busy place, which might be that silent that people keep typing their keyboards all the time. All that you know, back on sound can be picked up by a microphone. And again, it's a shame. So I'm sure you can think of other distractions that can come up. These are just a few that I've encountered whenever I record so by Omi's. Make sure you're in a very good place. You're in a calm place, which is quiet, and you can focus on your recording, and nothing is going to detract you from producing a high quality video 10. Post Production #2: Make Sure It All Flows: adding transitions in Camp Tasia. So we've pretty much produced all the videos. We've added the cursor effect. Everything is nice and fine. How do we add transitions in between these videos? Now, what I need to note is, in my particular case, I wouldn't need to add transitions because every single file here is a separate lecture in itself. So I don't need them to transition one to the other. But you're going to see when we actually do you Demi promo, You're gonna have several screen shares that are going to need to have some transition between them. So in order to do that, we need to add the transition effect. So it's very simple. Just as we added the cursor effects, we go on to more here and we select transitions. And as you can see, you have a lot of transitions that you can choose from. Now you can either do the bar and the blinds, the faith, whatever you want. You can even test them out. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna pick one from here. And as you can see, it's gonna highlight all the potential places that I can put it in. Let's say I want to put it between these two videos, as you can see right here if I actually zoom in on the particular transition in a second. As you can see, the transition is here now. What you might have to know is, sometimes when you add the transition, it's gonna prolong the videos. So it might. If the video was longer before and you split it in my take a few more fractions of a second to the right hand side, it can make the transition happen. So as you can see here, when I actually play it, you can see exactly how the transition works. So that being said, you can play with all these transitions here, add them. Just It's just a dragon drop. Add them to, um, in between your videos, check the transitions that they work, and then you're all set to go 11. Post Production #3: Sound & Imagery: adding sound and imagery to our project. Now the main reason why I want to show you this lectures because I think it's going to be extremely useful in the next section. So you need to know how you can add extra sound, how you cannot imagery to your project. And the reason I'm saying that is because if you do a you Timmy promo or whatever other video a sound you know, music on the background, a theme can add to the quality of your presentation. It's going to give it a different feel. It's going to give it a different energy people. I are going to be more likely to be mesmerized by. So here's how we go about this. We're going to go to Click File and we're gonna say Import media. And here I have one song and one image, and once I hit enter, you can see they're here in the library, have the white image, and I have the audio. Now, as you can see, we've on. Lee played with one track so far, but that doesn't mean you can't at more than that to your project. So if I just dragged the sound here. As you can see, it just goes straight away. So right now, if I go with my, um are con here and I play this, you're not gonna hear it because I don't want to record the system audio. Basically, this to sounds are gonna overlap. And what I can do is if I go on the audio button again, I can lower the volume of this song. So once I lower the volume of this song, I can put it lower than what I actually speak on here. I can push this on higher because I still want my voice to be the thing that gets hurt the most. So that's how you add a sound. What if I actually want to add an image? Let's say, for example, there's something that I want to cover on this particular recording. There's something that I don't like. As you can see, it's added, the box here is simply a white box. That's all that the images, and you can use it on over a white background. If you want to cover something, say, for example, I'm going to customize it like this for whatever reason, I need to add this photo here, and I can also play with how long it appears here. As you can see, if I take this icon here, it's not there anymore. So the point here is that you can always add photos, and you can always add extra sound to your camp Tasia. Now the tip about the sound we are going to use in the, you know, me problem and because of the way that we structure do you Timmy promo? As I said, it's going to be different than you recording everything in PowerPoint. We are going to record the sound first, and then we're gonna record the presence ation, but were on Lee going to care about the visual part of the presentation. So we're gonna go into PowerPoint and recorded the camp Tasia plug in, but only for the video. So for that reason, any other sound that comes through your microphone want to record just the screen obviously could disable your microphone, and that would be one thing. It would be a recording completely on mute. Or and that's the reason why I want to show you this. Just so you know this extra feature you can separate the video and the audio. And once you do that, as you can see, you only have the video here, and you only have the audio here. And this gives you a lot off ways to play with what you say. Let's say, for example, just it's the left or the right and so on. Whatever the case, maybe I just wanted you to know that that's how you can separate the video and the audio. That being said right now, we're gonna go into producing our videos and then we're gonna go to the most important section of this course, which is how you can create you're you Timmy promo using Power Point and Camped Asia. 12. Final Checks and Producing: final checks and producing the video. So right now we've produced all of our videos here we have them in the project. What I want you to check is a few things. Firstly, check that you've added all the cursor effects to every video. I've only added it for four, but I'm not actually going to produce this video right now, But make sure you add the cursor effect to every video here. So these logos here, right at the bottom, need to be everywhere. Then you need to make sure that you have markers everywhere. So you know exactly where every final cut video starts and where it ends. Finally, the other thing that I wanted to pay attention to I don't have an example here, but you might notice that when you record something in Power point, it might actually not make use of the full window here because I'm producing. This especially happens to me because I'm producing everything in 10. 80 p because of the resolution of my screen and power Point catches it in a small resolution so it automatically adjusts this window here to be smaller. So bear in mind whenever you go through the final checks. Just go through every video and see how it looks like in this window. If it is, for whatever reason, it's smaller than the maximum of the window, and that can actually happen. Then you do have to change it and make it the same size as the other videos. So as you can see now, when I drag it from the corner, I can resize it. And some of them might be just put like this in the center and they might not occupy the whole screen. And if they don't do that, then you're gonna have this black layer on the sides. And you know there's no use for it, because if you can make the image bigger, why not make it bigger? So I'm gonna resize that basically, that's the other thing that you need to pay attention to. After that, we're going to go on file and we're gonna hit, produce and share. Once we hit that, we're not going to go on and before we are going to select custom production. So we're going custom production settings, and then we click next. We are going to produce in, and before it's up to you to choose the file for my that you want. And after you click next. This is a very important screen right here, because apart from all this, um, customizable menu that you have So all of these options here, this is a very important one, and you have to make sure this is not take automatically. You have to make sure that you've ticked multiple files based on markers. And this is where the markers come into play because they're they're camped ages gonna produce the's in different videos. So that's what you have to make sure is ticked whenever you want to produce several of them from the same project. Then if you click next, you can go through these options. You're going to see all of your electricity here, and then once you click next, you're going to see all of the final videos. Want to click finish? It's going to start rendering your project, and after a certain period of time, it's gonna finish, and they will show it in this directory right here. So that being said, um, right now, if you've done all of your videos, render them produce them. If not now, You know how you're going to go about this after you've gone through the next section and you've produced your own, you dummy promo? Hey, guys, welcome to the camp T.