Webinar Recordings from PresenterMedia Advanced! October 15 & 16

October 17th, 2013

Firstly, thank you all so much who were able to make it to this month’s webinar!  We had some great questions.  Below are the links to the recordings from the webinars:

October 15, 2013 1:00 PM CST

October 16, 2013 9:00 AM CST

Also, here is a completed tutorial creating a Camtasia Video using PresenterMedia Content (31 minutes long)

Of course, we had tons of excellent questions as well, we didn’t forget about anyone!  Here are the questions and our answers from Tuesday and Wednesday’s Webinar:

I tried to record my screen and then add clipart, my text was fine when I recorded the screen, but when I edited it in Camtasia the words were so small I couldn’t read it.  How do I fix it to apply the clipart?

When you record a screen and then upload it to Camtasia, make sure you tell the project to be the Recording Dimensions or something relatively large if you want to be able to see the text images.  If you want to add clipart separately, you can do so by using Import Media.

How do you save a PPT presentation as a Windows Media File in PowerPoint 2007?

Unfortunately there’s not a way to simply “Save as WMV” in PowerPoint 2007 (great reason to upgrade to 2010 or 2013 or purchase Camtasia though!)  You can also use freebie screen capture softwares, but beware many are limited as far as the length , dimensions and file type that it can save as.

Can you post the URL for “Studio Cutz” audio library?

You can still purchase Studio Cutz from sounddogs.com if you purchase all the CDs, but the music is not available to download online.  For online options, remember to search “Royalty Free Music” and make sure you abide by all rules stated regarding using any artist’s music.



Camtasia Tutorial and Demo project.

October 16th, 2013


Thank you so much to those who were able to attend this week’s PresenterMedia Live! Webinar.   Below is a demo of using PresenterMedia with Camtasia:

Our webinar was such a success that instead of sticking with the traditional webinar format, I created a full tutorial (see below)

Make sure to check back next month for our webinar focusing on Articulate Studio ’13!

Happy Halloween from PresenterMedia!

October 11th, 2013

graveyard_moon_md_wmMy favorite holiday is just around the corner.  In two weeks, our sidewalks will be taken over by munchkins and minions, our schools will be filled with everything from pirates to princesses, and candy will overflow from festive colored bowls.

Monster by the Tree

Monster by the Tree

Our artists have created a variety of Halloween themed content over the years, and today I’d like to take a moment just to go through a few of their most popular Halloween themed items.


Scarecrow Figure


Ghost creepy walk

Ghost creepy walk

Monster Walk

Monster Walk

Skeleton Walking

Skeleton Walking


If you have any suggestions regarding some fun ideas for Halloween, or anything for that matter, let us know.  Simply click on the Contact link at the top of our website.



Learn to use PresenterMedia with Camtasia!

October 4th, 2013

This month’s webinar we are learning how to use the popular Techsmith program Camtasia Studio.  Not familiar with Camtasia?  Essentially, it is a robust video editing software which allows you, the user, to combine various media elements, zoom in, zoom out, add pop outs, transitions and more in an intuitive user interface, and then conveniently publish to a video file, or upload automatically to Screencast.com or YouTube (your choice).


Register for whichever webinar is most convenient below:

Register for October 15th, 1:00 PM CST Webinar

Register for October 15th, 1:00 PM CST Webinar


Register for October 16th, 9:00 AM CST

Register for October 16th, 9:00 AM CST Webinar


New YouTube Feature! Audio Background Files

October 2nd, 2013


Are you a “YouTuber”?  Did you know that you can create fantastic videos and then host them to the site, using our video backgrounds and images, and YOUR creativity and video editing software?  Traditionally, it has always been a problem finding adequate background music to go along with creative visual effects.  No longer!  YouTube launched their audio library and I must say, it’s a fun little library to listen to and consider for video backgrounds at least.  To access the YouTube Audio library, simply go to youtube.com/audiolibrary.  Check it out and let us know what you think!