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Camtasia Studio 6 tutorial, this video will focus on how to use callouts.
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Okay everybody and welcome to another HD Tutorial. And before I start, I’d like to say sorry that I haven’t done any tutorials for the past few days, I was away, I didn’t get a chance to have an update video and so I’m just telling you this, we’ll be doing this tutorial.
So now, let’s get on to the tutorial. It’s going to be showing how to get rid of the—or how to use the callouts in Camtasia Studio 6. So open Camtasia Studio 6, I’m used to making my intro here, so I’m going to save this, and it’s going to be new intro and then save as. So I’ll just delete all the callouts, remove all the callouts. All right, so once—I have music to it as well. So I want to put in callouts there on the start doc, just type in the—to do in my microphone. So we have that and just put that into the middle, hit okay if you’re finished. Oh, I’m having a little mistake there you know. And, I’m just to put in thanks for watching. I’m just putting—sorry about that, I'm going to sign out.
So now, this—so when I play from the start, I’m sorry I made a mistake. HD Tutorial, finished, play on. Unboxings, we’re going to play it a little bit. Requests, I’ll just go and subscribe into the next one. Subscribe, and what I’m going to put in, updates, okay, and tech channel of the week, hit finished, and I’ll just play it on a little bit. Comments. And like that is just a basic intro.
All right, I’ll just play it. I’ll just tab in here and—I don’t want one either of them. And, just play from the start to the end. It’s a little bit faster, but only to show you using the callouts section and I’m just putting in then—just putting five stars for new intro, hit finished and then just make it bigger or longer. Hit finish, just start again, play again. I have music but I just don’t want to play because it will—my microphone audio.
Actually, there was my intro in Camtasia Studio 6 or not really—and so that is basically, so thanks for watching down on our HD Tutorial