My partner and I have decided to get into video in our affiliate marketing endeavors.
So I will tell you what I need since she left me in charge of video lol
Anyways for those who have watched videos where they are explaining something there is a yellow cloud that is used to highlight certain things
So I am looking at how to do these kinds of things with video.
I am not sure if you understand what I am talking about but if you do understand please respond in this forum post.
Of course if it requires me looking at an affiliate link then feel free to send that to my email.
I am willing to even look at paying a few dollars if I have to for the right program.
Okay I will leave it at that for now and see what kinds of replies I get
Could you please cite a specific example for what you are looking for? A "yellow cloud," perhaps?
I should hope to assist you if you could elaborate a bit more.
okay this is exactly what I am looking for.
Just see the yellow cloud and dont even worry about the video.
I am trying not to sell anything here but know how to use the yellow bubble thats on the cursor
Admin feel free to snip but please just let someone answer first
One of the ones that I have been testing and using for awhile now is camtasia you can download and try it out for free for 30 days and then you have to pay $300 for it, I also used camstudio for quicker screen captures and it did the yellow/red cloud you mentioned for pointing out important web features for video presentations.
Thanks so much dude
Looks like what I want. I knew I could count on a hubber
The camtasia software is really easy to use and it has the same feel as Windows movie maker with your video timelines and editing them that way, video creating with this software was a breeze and my videos will be featuring heavily with the launch of my how to draw book next year.
It is certainly camtasia that allows you to use a yellow mouse highlight, there are more options with the colors(cloud)
i use it for photoshop tutorials, its a great program, but if your system isnt up to date, the lag will be unbearable as it is performance intense
look at the suggested peformance reqs,they are certainly true, i have a better than average system and i still get an annoying lag when using camtasia with photoshop (both system hogs on PC) but its pretty seamless just capturing online stuff
you can get it for $99 if you or your biz partner have an .edu email address or chi8ld in college to get the academic deal for you
Thank you so much Hub Friends. Just made a quick test video and its doing exactly what I want.
Great guys, thanks for pointing this out Waynet and Sunforged. Here I am, being late on the ball.
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