In this tutorial series, we are going to look at how to create great looking and great sounding screencasts! I am going to go into my own method of recording, editing, and encoding in Part 1. In Part 2, we will take a look at audio hardware and I will show some tricks based on my own setup. Part 3 will be all about how to process the audio if you are recording in a less than idea environment. My goal is to help you create better looking and sounding tutorials and how-to videos and I will share as much as I can from my own experience!
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