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Date d'inscription: January 2002
Messages: 6 044
Bénéficie de 39 recommandations à propos de 37 messages
Ai le même type de pb, et ai posé la question à Frank Sprangler qui l'utilise pour ses tutos sur Edius, voici sa réponse toute fraiche :
I am using Camtasia as well, and it is a real pain to get the overlay video back in.
You probably already know this technique, but in case you don’t, here is how I do it.
1. I record the output of my tutorial session to tape. Everything that goes to overlay goes to tape.
2. After the session I capture the recorded video into Camtasia, using the PIP record utility
3. Modify PIP, lets you reposition and resize the video to fit into the preview monitor.
The problem comes in syncing the PIP with your session. Camtasia’s timeline is not the best!
Don’t use the pause function when you record your session. Just let it roll. This way you only have to sync up your PIP once. Then, as you cut out your blank spaces, it also cuts out the same amount of PIP at the same time.
Record short sessions whenever possible. Once Camtasia gets past 12 min or so, it becomes more difficult to work with. It sometimes has a hard time regenerating the audio track after an undo.
PIP can be “hidden”, for those times when you need to show a drop-down menu. Just right-click on PIP, modify, highlight area that needs muting and click “Hide PIP”
The most difficult kind of tutorial you will encounter with Edius, using this method is when the preview monitor, as in trimming, breaks into two smaller windows. Then your PIP is suddenly in the wrong position. You can break up your PIP, but when the overlay keeps jumping back and forth between the two small preview monitors, it just becomes too much of a pain to work with and I let it go, hoping the student will understand.
Hope that helps!"