How to add my company logo to all videos during capture?

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How to add my company logo to all videos during capture?
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rene.morales

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SnagIt isn't really a video editor. You can record video, but there's very little else you can do with video in the SnagIt application.

Camtasia is a brilliant video editor, and is also provided by TechSmith. If you were asking how to do this in Camtasia, I'd tell you to create a logo track and have it be equal to the length of the video. You'd also be able to decide where to position it on the screen.

But this is beyond SnagIt's capabilities. (PLEASE, anyone, correct me if I'm wrong here.)

Good news, importing a SnagIt created video into Camtasia takes about zero effort. Super easy and I find Camtasia to be fairly easy to use as well. The tutorials for video editing in Camtasia are fantastic, so take the time to go through them and save yourself headaches later.

Good luck!

René Morales

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There's a nice little utility called ImageOverlayUtility

It's a free program that you can use to add your logo to the screen while recording. The developer quit selling it due to the fact that he had a lot of problems with anti virus programs detecting it as a virus.

I can confirm that,I have to provide an exclusion in my  anti virus software or it gets quarantined as soon as I try to run it.
The creators full explanation and file download can be found here.  

http://out.easycounter.com/external/imageoverlayutility.bitbucket.io 


You can run multiple instances of the utility at the same time. Here are 4 png images running on my desktop as an example. You set the, Scale, Opacity, Position and Rotation. There's a border and drop shadow feature along with some other settings.Not bad for free.I've had this program for years,it's no virus or malware or anything nefarious.
Just a neat way to display an image on your desktop. I left all the setting windows open so you could see them.Normally you minimize them to the taskbar.The image stays on top of everything.

You can also click through the image with your mouse.But that must be enabled.

Regards,Joe

 
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Interesting image on the lower right there. ;)
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rene.morales

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If only I could download this app at work. Otherwise, this is a nifty tool for the home office. Thanks for sharing, Joe.
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That interesting image would be Adriana Lima.
Extracting a model with that hair style, from her background, is challenging. It's a good way to learn the techniques.
Plus, faced with that situation, one should. Chose something they don't mind staring at for  long periods of time.
Pulling up the original image. I remember changing the color of her sweater now.
Utilizing Photoshop quit being such a mystery to me around that time. I started to really enjoy it's capability's.