Using music can add an extra element to your video or end up distracting the viewer. Don’t let the latter be true when trying to enhance a video with music.
This week’s video is posted below and presents three tips that will help you effectively use music in screencasts.
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- 0:07 Tip #1: Music should flow well with the content on screen
- 0:30 Tip #2: Avoid music that is too cheesy
- 0:46 Tip #3: Music should not compete with other audio
Jaclyn Nagel is a digital media intern at TechSmith. She goes to Michigan State University and enjoys road trips, going to sporting events, music and bike riding. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.