Camtasia Chromakey Camera Comparison

I’ve been playing with the new Camtasia:Mac 2.1 update. I love the new chromakey feature. But what difference does the camera make when trying to use Remove a Color feature in Camtasia?

This video shows 4 different video cameras including the built-in iSight camera, the Logitec C910, an iPhone, and a Canon T3i as video sources. […]

By |May 7th, 2012|Camtasia, Screencasting|1 Comment

Camtasia:Mac 2.1 is a Screencasting Game Changer

The new Camtasia:Mac 2.1 upgrade included a pleasant surprise–chromakeying!

I’ve been a asking for this feature since 2009. You see, I got tired of the usual picture-in-picture window that Camtasia and ScreenFlow provided. I never did like the effect. Granted, it’s better than nothing, but to me it looked very boxed in.

That’s when I started experimenting […]

By |May 7th, 2012|Camtasia, Screencasting, ScreenFlow|8 Comments

Camtasia:Mac Creative Chromakey Uses

I’ve had a chance to play with the new Camtasia:Mac 2.1 update. I really like the new Remove a Color option and see all sorts of possibilities for using it. This capability is usually called chromakey. Here are 5 unique uses that I see right away:

Repurpose some of your existing Keynote/PowerPoint presentations.
Add a video link […]

By |May 7th, 2012|Camtasia, Screencasting, ScreenFlow|2 Comments

TechSmith ScreenChamp Entry

I really do believe screencasting is so much more than just software tutorials. This entry into TechSmith’s ScreenChamp contest is targeted for the “Industry” category and specifically the screencasting industry!

I don’t expect to win because it’s not a “traditional” screencast of my monitor. However, I hope to inspire other screencasters to think beyond software tutorials. […]

By |October 20th, 2011|Camtasia, Screencasting, ScreenFlow|2 Comments

Camtasia Table of Contents

Note: This post originally appeared on MacScreencasting at http://www.macscreencasting.com/camtasia-table-of-contents on 10.20.2010. Due to recent hacking activity, I’m consolidating my sites and moving the MacScreencasting posts into SkillCasting. I’ll then be shutting down MacScreencasting.

TechSmith has introduced a great new feature to Camtasia:Mac version 1.2. It’s a table of contents feature that makes it super easy to […]

By |August 16th, 2011|Camtasia, Screencasting|0 Comments

TechSmith 12-Days of Christmas Contribution

Note: This post originally appeared on MacScreencasting at http://www.macscreencasting.com/the-12-days-of-christmas-guest-post-at-techsmiths-visual-lounge on 12.18.2010. Due to recent hacking activity, I’m consolidating my sites and moving the MacScreencasting posts into SkillCasting. I’ll then be shutting down MacScreencasting.

It’s always fun to share a post on other peoples blogs. You get to connect with a whole new audience. And when Betsy […]

By |December 18th, 2010|Camtasia|0 Comments