Lets go Back to Basics with Camtasia! In this episode we focus on the Camtasia User Interface, getting familiar with the Camtasia Program.
This is another in a series of videos on the basics of working with various software.
Any feedback is appreciated.
Alright, enough is enough, I shouldn’t even have to make
this comment, but here it is:
I am sorry my posts are coming off as SPAM that is not their intention.
The intention of my videos is to enlighten those who may not be as well versed as some of the more “senior” members of this forum on how to use TechSmith Products
These posts and videos are my contribution to the forum and according to the community guidelines are allowed.
I do not respond to the comments on my posts because so far all the comments have not been constructive in any way to the content of the post/video.
Every comment has been: “Who is Software Focus?” “Stop Spamming” “SPAM, just wants views”
My personal life has no bearing on what happens in this forum, suffice to say I have on many occasions, worked directly with Robert in real life and although I have not directly asked for his assistance in these matters, he has helped keep the posts clear of unnecessary fodder. My posts and views are in no way connected with TechSmith and no, I am not Rick so lets leave him out of this. I am simply trying to help new users start out on the right foot.
As mentioned earlier in this comment, my posted videos are not intended as SPAM and are instead intended to be used as a sounding board to assist the users who are completely new to the software.
The question has been brought up, “Why not use Screencast?” The simple reason is reliability. TechSmith works hard to keep Screencast stable and usable, unfortunately YouTube has a better track record of keeping their service up and operational. Additionally, there are performance benefits to using YouTube over Screencast. Plus, YouTube is more accessible overall.
I will admit, views are nice, BUT, I do not really care about them, go ahead and use Dubie’s method of watching the videos if you want.
In the end, my posts are intended for training and informational purposes, if you do not like them, or do not feel as if they are applicable to you, DON’T WATCH THEM, ignore the notification emails.
I guarantee that I am one of the younger members on this forum and I spend less time attached to technology than the rest of you.
Finally, it is rather sad to see how TOXIC this community is, a new member, posting informational content is slammed and called a spammer simply because they do not post in a manner similar to everyone else.
I only post, when I have something valuable to contribute, unlike some other members of this forum who would sooner attack another user rather than keeping their mouth (keyboard) shut.
Likely this will get deleted because I know I have strayed
too far from the community guidelines, but I have shared my thoughts