If you have looked at a few of my screencasts, you will be aware that I am currently recording only the laptop screen, without including any footage of myself waving my arms around.
Now, the laptop I am using has has its own built-in webcam, and Camtasia offers me various options when it comes to screen capture. It may be possible to include footage of myself with my screencasts. Would this make my screencasts/videos more appealing?
I think that it would be impractical for me to edit together two video streams after each class, so I would be looking for a solution that was easy to arrange while lecturing. For example, one possibility might be to use the standard screen capture method, but to have a small window open showing the webcam picture. At suitable points, I could bring the webcam image to the front, and it would then be captured by the standard screen-capture system. I may well experiment with this.
Does anyone have any views on this?
January 9 2010
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