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So you’re pretty handy with Camtasia, but maybe you feel like your screencasts could use a little finesse? Maybe you have an idea, but you just aren’t quite sure how to execute it? Or, perhaps you’ve actually got no idea what to do AND no idea where to start? Whatever the case, don’t worry – we’re here to help!
With ScreenChump to ScreenChamp, we want to offer our team’s expertise to YOU. You make a lot of screencasts. We make a lot of screencasts. We love seeing what our friends are doing with our software, and we love seeing you shine, so why not put our heads together and make some sort of Cerberus-like beast of a screencasting team? Together we can go from zero to hero and chump to champ!
Entering ScreenChump to ScreenChamp
We’ve already received a number of entries, but submissions aren’t closed yet! If you have a screencast that you think could use a little friendly critique, share it with us using the form at the bottom of this page. Think of this as your chance to really craft and hone your skills before our annual ScreenChamp Awards roll around in September. We can’t promise to review every video that is submitted, but our hope is that everyone – including us – can benefit from this experience by learning from one another.
We All Have Questions
Help us help you…
- What do YOU look for in a good video?
- What parts of screencasting do you struggle with – or often see others struggle with?
- Do you have any tips you would share with aspiring screencasters, or have you learned any tricks that you wish someone would have told you sooner?
If you’ve got questions that you would like us to address or pose as we critique the videos, share them with us! And don’t forget – we allow threaded comments on these posts for a reason; feel free to discuss there!
Submit your videos to ScreenChump to ScreenChamp
Use this form to submit your videos for review!
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Please keep in mind that screencasts submitted to ScreenChump to ScreenChamp may not be submitted to the ScreenChamp Awards.