Posts Tagged ‘camtasia’

Adobe Captivate – How to use the Merge Into Background Feature

August 26, 2010

I’ve been using Captivate for a while and have picked up a few tips and tricks along the way. So I thought I would share some of these tips in the form of How To videos. The first video I created has to do with the Merge Into Background feature in Captivate. It’s a feature that is very easy to use and very effective, but it’s also one that many people are not aware of. This will be the first video in a series that I plan on creating for Captivate and Photoshop. Enjoy and let me know what you think!

And, for some reason, the screen looks small when you play it directly on the page so I would suggest enlarging it as you play it.

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Photoshop Tutorial

September 3, 2009

So I’ve been thinking about creating a whole set of these video tutorials for people who are new to Photoshop. I created this one a few months ago. At the time, I really created it so that I could learn how to properly use Camtasia. It is a great product and i can’t wait to use it some more. I know there is some debate regarding Camtasia vs. Captivate. They both serve their purposes and are both great products. However, I really enjoy the zoom function that Camtasia offers. It enables you to focus on a certain aspect of the screen, which is something that Captivate cannot do. If it can, I have not figured it out yet. Anyway, check it out and let me know what you think:

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