If you have a moment and care to give me some input, why not take a quick peek and let me know what you think?
It took longer to make than I expected, but that’s because I allowed the perfectionist to enter the picture. Otherwise, it shouldn’t have taken as long as it did.
Watch the Video:
YouTube Channel Trailer from Bonnie Gean
How Did I Create It?
I recorded the script in Audacity and used Camtasia to add a music track. Don’t ask me why I used Camtasia to add the music when I could’ve done it in Audacity. Not sure where my mind was on that decision!
Maybe when I have a few moments, I’ll redo the recording using my studio microphone instead of the headset; then, add the music track with the same program.
I used 1 Hour Video System to combine the recorded script with PowerPoint slides. 1 Hour Video is a program I beta tested last year; it didn’t take long to fall in love with it!
I always disliked recording with PowerPoint. It would lock up and my fight with the program usually ended up with me wasting time with nothing to show for it.
With 1 Hour Video, the process becomes easier to manage. Without it, you need to copy and paste text into individual slides. With 1 Hour Video, I play the recording and use my mouse to highlight the start of each sentence.
The program inserts the time signatures right to the script and exports it into PowerPoint for each slide, automatically.
When you’re done adding the artwork for each slide, go back to 1 Hour Video to render the final high definition (HD) video and the software automatically attaches the transcript before it’s uploaded to YouTube.
This means your video will gain more Google juice and rank better on YouTube. Plus, it removes the hassle of you needing to attach your transcript to each video by hand.
Throw Away the Expensive Software
To make engaging videos with 1 Hour Video, all you need is PowerPoint and a microphone. That’s it! You can forget about Camtasia, Sony Vegas, or Adobe After Effects.
You can record a script with Audacity (a free recorder) and take the recording into 1 Hour Video to produce your time signatures for PowerPoint. It’s that easy!
Look for my 1 Hour Video review within the next few days or if you prefer, check out the system right now.
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