Having good, quality audio is one of the keys to a successful Camtasia project. In fact, audio quality can directly affect how viewers respond to your video. Poor audio recordings — like those with a lot of white noise, or varying volume levels — can distract viewers and detract from the content. On the other hand, crisp, clear narration, or well-blended music can draw them in and keep their attention.
With that being said, we’ve created a series about working with audio, which we hope you find helpful. Unsure of where to start? We’ve broken it down into three videos:
- Audio Basics, which covers just that — the basics of audio and audio editing.
- Cleaning Up Mistakes, which shows you how to silence mistakes and fine-tune your audio using audio points.
- Working with Music, which provides tips and tricks for adding music to your projects, including where you can go to download free music tracks.
Can’t see the video? Watch it on screencast.com instead.
We also have a written guide, if you’d prefer a PDF. It gives some tips on how to make better quality audio recordings and shows you how to avoid audio problems before they occur. It also contains instructions for editing your audio within Camtasia Studio’s Editor.