Video Enhancements Types
|Text and Annotations||
Graphics or text that appear on top of a video to draw viewers' attention to important objects or processes. To learn more about editing annotations, see Edit Enhancements.
Behaviors are animated presets to drag and drop on text and media to liven it up and engage your viewers. Apply behaviors to any visual object on the timeline.
These might include:
Camtasia Recorder collects and stores cursor data in the TREC recording file. Add cursor effects to enhance or edit the cursor your recording.
Visual effects can improve the look and quality of your video. Effects apply to the entire clip on the timeline.
Animations add interesting focal points to your video such as:
Add animations to images, video clips, and annotations. To learn more about editing annotations, see Edit Enhancements.
Transitions add a visual effect between the end of a clip and the beginning of the next clip. Use transitions to indicate the passage of time, change in location, or to create a smooth flow between clips.
Add an Enhancement
- Click a tab.
- Select a subtab or style.
- Drag the option onto the timeline. For some enhancements, Camtasia highlights where the option can be applied.
- Edit the properties.
|Delete||Select the enhancement on the timeline and press the Delete key.|
|Remove Drop Shadow||
|View Effects or Behaviors Applied||
Click the Effects tray on an object on the timeline.
Click to select the annotation to edit.
Click to select the animation to edit. The selected animation turns yellow.
Click the Effects tray on the media and click to select the behavior. The selected behavior turns yellow.
In the properties: