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Software tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial on how to speed up videos using Camtasia studio.
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Hey there! If you would recall, I had already made a video about speeding up videos, well this is basically with the use of Windows Movie Maker. So this time I just want to share with you guys how you can do that using Camtasia Studio. So the idea behind this is from one of my viewers. It says here that, “Anyone know how to do that on Camtasia Studio.” So I’d actually reply to him or to her and I also thought that, well I might as well make a video about it and also this is for the benefit of those who don’t know yet.
So anyway, I’m just going to quickly show you how you that on Camtasia Studio. So open Camtasia Studio like so then all you have to do is import your media. So I’m going to use real emotion again and you have a variety of format you can choose from like mpeg, wmv, avi and many others. So anyway, so this is really emotion which is a .wmv file. So I have to do like in Window’s Movie Maker is to drag this to your timeline which basically shows you how long you were clip or your movie is like so.
Then you have to go to edit, go to clip speed, just click that and you’ll notice that you can edit the percentage of your original clip speed. So 100% is the normal speed. So if you want to make it faster, all you have to do is put in values above 100. So for example I’m going to put on 150, which is above 100, so as you can see here then new clip duration is shown so it is one minute faster or shorter than the original clip duration. To make it slower all you have to do is enter a value below 100. So if I type in 50, so you can see it is obviously longer or slower than our original clip duration. So I’m going to show you how to speed it up, so I’m just going to go with 150 and you can put in whatever values you want so just be sure it’s above 100 to make it faster.
So all you have to do is click okay. So the new clip speed is only visible after the video has been produced so okay close. So your clip speed has been modified, all you have to do is save this. So go to produce video as then click next. I’m just going with the default values here but you can alter it the way you want to, so you can save it as any other movie file. I’m going to save it as wmp still, so I’m just going to click next. Largest video recommended, next, next, it can also have a table of contents but I don’t think that’s necessary here. So I’m going to click next and I’m going to enter my title and then I’m going to save it on my desktop, so finished. So I’m going to minimize this to quickly show you. So this may take a while, so I’m just going to pause this video and I’ll be back so stay put.
Here there, I’m back. So the production results are shown as follows and our videos is done, so I’m just going to hit finish. And I’m just going to minimize this quickly show you so let’s open speed like so, then we have our movie here. You’ll play this using Windows Media Player to quickly show you.
So anyway, there you go the chipmunk version of that video using Camtasia Studio. So I do hope you learn from that and thanks for watching this video. And of course, I suggest you guys you check out my YouTube partner here DeadlyFury16’s. He has some awesome tutorials might learn from in many way. I’m just going to show you his channel and there we are. So thanks for watching this video and have fun.