Live Online Camtasia Studio (Windows) Training Session - August 18, 2:00PM - 3:30PM EDT $79

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Many of you have requested live online training options in the past, so we're happy to announce the first of what we hope to be many options for online TechSmith product training.

Getting Started with TechSmith Camtasia Studio (Windows)
Tue, Aug 18, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
Cost: $79

Are you new to Camtasia Studio or in need of a little help building confidence working with video? We’re here to help! In this 90 minute online training session the TechSmith Customer Success Team will show you how to get the most out of your investment in Camtasia Studio and create videos you’ll be proud to share. In this session you will learn:

- How to optimize your recording environment and maximize audio quality
- How to configure Camtasia Studio for consistent recordings
- How to confidently navigate the Camtasia Studio Editor and create engaging content
- How to produce videos and share them with your audience
- How to find additional resources to continue to develop your Camtasia Studio skills

Join us for a live, interactive training where you will be able to connect with the experts at TechSmith, ask questions, and build confidence in your video creation skill set! Attendees will receive a full recording of the session.

Register here:
https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/9...

Looking for training on Camtasia for Mac? We've got you covered there too:
https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/8...

Not what you're looking for? Let us know - we're working on planning additional sessions soon!

Thanks,

Dave McCollom, Ryan Eash, Jason Valade
Customer Success Managers
TechSmith
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Dave McCollom, Camtasia Customer Insights Manager

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Joe Morgan

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$79.00 dollars for an hour and a half ?

That would be expensive for 1.5 hours of One on One training via screen sharing.

Let alone a impersonal training session. How much do you expect the Instructors to bring in?
$1,000, $5,000, $10,000 or more an hour. The more attendees the better?
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steve.hammill

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Presuming that the presenter is capable, that's unfair, Joe. 
If you are an advanced user and the presentation is geared to beginners, then you might not find the session worth it.

However, as a professional magician, I told young magicians that even if a book cost $100, it was a bargain if they found one effect that they could use. 

...so if you have one important question to ask and get it answered, the presentation will be a bargain for you.

Just my opinion, but what I told young magicians was true. I think it applies here too.
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Joe Morgan

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Well Steve, I’m going to have to respectfully disagree with you on this.

It is my opinion that anybody that is new to video editing will have a difficult time absorbing all that much in a 1 1/2 hour session.

 Many have no idea what everyday editing terminology actually means. This leads to confusion. It's very difficult to form a proper question when you have no idea what your doing to begin with. Or, what the question should actually be.  I understand that they can download a video of the session afterwards. But the price is still far too high.

Why would I say this?

You could join Lynda.com for a free trial. You could also join for a month for only $30 or $35 dollars if you've already had a free trial in the past.

Then, you would have access to a 6 1/2 hour training course for Camtasia 8. You can download exercise files and follow along with the instruction. You can also download all of the lessons for future use.

There is one drawback to the Lynda.com lessons. TechSmith updates Camtasia 8 so often that the Lynda.com lessons are in fact out of date.

But they are Camtasia 8 specific. Someone that is new to Camtasia 8 would gain far more by taking that course than yours.

I repeat, I understand that you need to make money.

 However, If somebody just paid $300 for Camtasia studio.

Do you really need to charge them $79 for a webinar styled "Getting Started" lesson as well?

 

Regards, Joe

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 I have a question.... How will you cater to audiences outside the US with this training?
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Dave McCollom, Camtasia Customer Insights Manager

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Hi Sharyn,

Thanks for asking! While this particular session is likely not an ideal time for customers outside of North America, as we expand this offering we are planning to schedule future events at different times to accommodate customers in additional time zones.

While we are only planning English language training events, we do have partners that can provide training in other languages (and local training in the UK & Germany). You can see our partner list here: https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-ca...

We also offer customized training sessions for individuals or groups (both online and onsite). If you’re interested in pursuing a customized training session, please contact Kelsey Ambrosier at k.ambrosier@techsmith.com.

Are there other things that we could do to better accommodate your needs (and those of others outside the US)?

Thanks,

Dave McCollom
Customer Success Manager
TechSmith

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