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Screencast Academy with Dean Haycox

Screencast Academy is a podcast for you, the online entrepreneur, wantrepreneur, solopreneur, small business entreprereneur, teacher and educator. To hep you build, grow and engage and audience that follows you and your message and invests in your vision, your products and services. If your looking for tips, tricks, tactics and resources on how to create, edit quicker and more engaging screencasts, then this is the podcast show for you. I Dean Haycox share with you each week an episode to help you create, edit quicker and more engaging screencasts, so you can teach your passion and niche to your community. I will be interviewing todays top guests in the world of, youtube, video, video marketing, screenflow, camtasia for mac and screencasting.
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Jun 14, 2016

Official website: www.screencastmagazine.com

 

In this weeks episode we have fellow screencaster and screencast of the week on the SAP couch Jeff Bradbury from Teachercast.net. He will be sharing with us is screencast equipment, how he creates his screencasts and much more..

In 2011, Jeff created TeacherCast as a way to help me curate resources for teachers and students to help them learn how to use educational technology in their classrooms.

Jeffrey Bradbury, author of Kidblog: An Introduction to Blogging With Your Students, is the creator of TeacherCast.net, TeacherCast University, and Educational Podcasting Today.

He is an ASCD Emerging Leader, Google Certified Teacher, Google Education Trainer, PBS Learning Media Digital Innovator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Microsoft Surface Expert, speaker, writer, podcaster, broadcaster, consultant, and educational media specialist. He is currently the Coordinator for Technology Integration for the Westwood Regional School District in New Jersey.

 

Screencast tip of the week

when using transitions stick to only a few. There are either the dip to black/white or the cross dissolve. Too many people over use transitions that are available to them. If your goal is teaching transitions then by all means go ahead and use them all, if it's not, only use the ones I suggest. Adding transitions can and will detract from your message.

 

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

Why Jeff Uses final cut pro to add intro outs 

He uses Compressor to slim down his videos and batch create saves time

He Uses pixel mater

Jeff said Edit from the back to front

Always have viewer in mind when creating screencasts

Watch and learn how to edit videos from experts and you’ll become a better screencaster

Use export settings for intended audience

 

Quick announcements and updates 

 

Just wanted to let you know if you didn’t catch last weeks episode I did a run through of the new screenflow 6 features you can catch that at screencastmagazine.com/16

And just to let you know i’m opening my doors again for one to one coaching and also, taking on video editing work for the first time ever, so if you have any screencast, youtube or tutorials videos you need editing then let me know

You can also check out my new tutorial videos on screenflow 6 by heading over to screencastmagazine.com/sf6 and I will put a link to that in the show notes. 

And finally, I would like to thank this weeks R&R 

Matt Brearley - (Canada) I can't wait for the next episodes. Your podcast is just amazing! Every episode is a new learning! Thank you! Matt B

I would love to get your comments, feedback and questions on anything about this weeks episode. This weeks show notes are available at screencastmagazine.com/16

Don’t forget you can submit your questions over on the site www.screencastmagazine.com/podcast

 

http://www.screencastmagazine.com

 

 

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