Update: Due to popular demand, an additional section of training has now been added! Basic training will be held Sept 24-25 and an advanced course will be taught Sept 26-27. The courses are filling fast so sign up now, before it’s too late!
We are excited to share some news with our Camtasia Studio users! Former TechSmith employee, Daniel Park, is holding a two-day boot camp to help users learn about Camtasia Studio v8, along with loads of useful information about screencasting productivity! The class will be held over two days, Sept 24-25, near Chicago, IL. If you’re an enthusiastic beginner or intermediate-level learner who wants to create top-drawer tutorials and marketing spots, then this course is for you!
What will you learn?
The course is a healthy mix of theory and practice, taking you from the planning stages of your Camtasia Studio project all the way through recording, editing, producing, and sharing. While you’ll be working on stock projects in class, the more intermediate and advanced users are encouraged to bring and work on their own projects, where Daniel will be available to assist (and may even use your project as a class example!). Here are some things you can expect to learn in the course:
- workflow tricks that can shave days off of each and every project
- third-party software tools that compliment Camtasia Studio
- how software, the right equipment, and know-how can magically combine to produce excellent studio-level audio, even on a budget
- how to construct an hour-long planning session that will save at least three on the back-end
- hard-learned techniques of dealing with clients, colleagues, and bosses to get the project in the can without becoming mired in committee-review hell
For a detailed breakdown of the two-day training, please visit the dappertext website.
How to register
Course fee is $999 per person and includes: 2 days of training in a small-class setting, a copy of Camtasia Studio 8: The Definitive Guide, and a free 30-minute one-on-one teleconsulting session with Daniel Park himself. Class is limited to 15 attendees, so register now!
About Daniel Park
Daniel is the author of a series of books about Camtasia Studio called Camtasia Studio: The Definitive Guide.
dappertext was founded by Daniel Park, who has an extensive background in training, marketing, and multimedia design. After earning a BA in Theater & Interpretation from Central Michigan University, he went on to teach German at Michigan State University, eventually earning his MA in German there. After a brief stint as a freelance web and multimedia designer, he moved on to Automation Resource Corporation, performing software-related consulting, technical writing, and corporate training services for numerous clients. He then joined TechSmith Corporation in 2000, the software company that has produces the outstanding screen and video capture tools Snagit and Camtasia Studio. At TechSmith, Daniel served as TechSmith’s “Video Creation Guru”, making countless marketing and tutorial videos with Camtasia Studio. Other roles Daniel performed at TechSmith include international development and product marketing management. He left TechSmith in 2003 to form dappertext LLC.