Here’s a question I received about how I shoot my training videos….
Question from William,
“Hey Kim, can you guide me to a location where I can see how to create a video which allows others to see what I am navigating on while my picture is at the corner. I believe you would say give a presentation on “How To Show” my navigation on a platform and also have my picture exposed in the lower right corner or just keep my voice talking while I navigate. Thanks”
When we do a video that shows our active desktop it’s called a “ScreenCast” style video (different from a “Talking Head” type video).
Here’s an example of one of my picture-in-picture ScreenCast videos:
The only software that will ALSO record your webcam and put it in the bottom right corner the way my videos are done is Camtasia (ScreenFlow for Mac MIGHT but I can’t promise that).
I use Camtasia extensively for everything from my training videos to recording webinars. However, it’s not cheap but you can often find a used copy or slightly older copy (like version 6 rather than 7, don’t go all the way back to version 4 though, as somewhere in there that feature was not yet created) on eBay if you do not want a new license with support.
Camtasia is a critical, key piece of software in my business and I’m repeatedly glad I purchased it!
Hope that helps!
~ Kim ~
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