Module 5 – Sharing

Module 5: Sharing & Embedding Camtasia Videos


Now that you’ve gone through the entire process of making a great Camtasia video…what do you do with it?

Well, you share it with the world of course!

How you do that can be one of the most technically challenging aspects of the entire process simply because of the wide variety of options available and the fact that technology changes so rapidly. We’ll do our best to get you through it!

It’s a fact that never before in human history have ordinary people had such extraordinary reach. To say that millions of viewers can now find your message is no exaggeration.

And considering the additional fact that YouTube is now the #2 search engine in the world tells us that video content is exactly what people want.

Here’s what we’ll cover in this Module:

  • What is “Sharing & Embedding”?
  • On Your Web Pages & Host
  • Video Sharing Sites
  • Video Upload Services
  • Videos on Blogs
  • Video File Transfers
  • Sharing With Team Members

Watch the Sharing & Embedding Module Video:

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Recommended Exercises:

  1. Create a account
  2. Upload your produced video from Module 4
  3. Copy the embed code
  4. Paste it into the HTML code of a page in your blog or website



Sharing & Embedding Resources

Here are links to some great resources and “stuff” you can use to get your videos out there:

Video Sharing & Hosting
  • FileZilla FTP ProgramEasy to use and free!
  • - Upload your video once to TubeMogul and it will distribute it to a bunch of video sharing sites.
  • Traffic Geyser – This is the Big Daddy of video distribution services!
  • Kiosk Web Hosting – Lon uses Kiosk for his web hosting.
  • HostGator Web Hosting – Great service and very affordable plans for under $10 a month.
  • Amazon S3 – Host your videos on servers for pennies. Accounts are free and you only pay for what you use.
  • S3 Organizer – Amazon S3 is a great service but to make it easy to use you really need to have this tool.