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I've been a Camtasia user for years but have recently really invested the time to understand how it works. This guide from Daniel was just what TechSmith doesn't make available to users--comprehensive instructions. I am very happy I purchased this guide.
I am only part way through the book, fairly experienced with the software, but found the text encouraging, engaging and best of all easy to digest. Good illustrations and succinct text made it a pleasure to read and follow. Well worth getting as I am learning useful, practical value added tips. So glad to have it as a mentor and guide.
Daniel's books are tops! I've owned paper and electronic all the way back to Camtasia 6. The electronic editions with demos are particularly helpful. They and the Techsmith website are really all you need to produce quality video. Daniel is really good at helping focus on workflow to do it right the first time. Story boards. Script. No winging it. Worth every penny.
After reading a good portion of Daniel Park's Camtasia 9, the Definitive Guide, I can say this is the best book I have read on the subject. I have been through 2 other books on Camtasia, and they are not even worth mentioning. For any person really serious about Camtasia and squeezing it for all its worth, The Definitive Guide is written just the way Daniel speaks, down to earth, with the full intent to help the reader get it. I know because I signed up and went through Daniels Screencast Ninja Academy.I highly recommend this book as the investment is well worth the cost. I also purchased an additional copy for my business affiliate, since I believe it is that good.
This is my go-to manual for Camtasia. Whenever I have a question about a function or how to do something, I check out this resource FIRST. It's always up-to-date and includes everything you need to create great videos.
You could either stumble through TechSmith's mediocre tutorials, or you could work your way through Daniel's top-notch lessons. You could either trial 'n' error your way to a modicum of intuitive Camtasia9 success, or you could cut to the chase with Daniel Park's exhaustive guide. Your choice. For me, the value of Daniel's thorough content is indisputable.
Camtasia is big, like a forest. Left on your own, you will end walking in circles. You need THE guide, Camtasia: The Definitive Guide.
I used this guide as my roadmap and bible to learn Camtasia. It not only covers every little thing, but also has lots of tips and best practices in it. Great resource!
I have been using Camtasia for a decade now and spend several hours each day using Camtasia. Daniel's books are an absolute necessity and help me hit the ground running whenever a new version of Camtasia comes on the market. Above and beyond the book, Daniel always goes the extra mile to help his customers, something that is rare these days. Highly recommended!
I'd give more than 5 stars if I could.
Daniel's book is the only reference you need. I use Camtasia to do UDEMY Courses, instruction videos (http://Pures.ca), and Facebook/other media ads for my businesses.
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