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PLR Video Editing Replace Audio Track

PLR4WP editing PLR videos by replacing audio tracksIn my PLR4WP video sets where I update them when WordPress decides to make changes or “improvements”, there are a couple ways I go about making the updated versions of an existing video.

The easiest and least time consuming method for ME is to simply record an entirely new video, create the graphics, produce the different video formats, and get the transcripts.

However, there are several of you (my customers) that use the transcripts to re-record the audio track and take the time to sync your new audio track to the original video track. You then render the video in your web-ready format.

So for these Customers, each updated video means Continue reading

PLR Videos Editing Intro and Outro Images

When it comes to editing Private Label Rights products, there are several items you can edit or re-purpose that can makeover your cookie-cutter PLR, into a profitable piece of content.

Profitable in generating income directly by selling it or indirectly by giving it away to build your subscriber list.

With written PLR content you should, among other things, change the title and graphics. With video PLR you should have an introduction image that tells the viewer something about the video they are about to watch. You should also have what is called an outro image that acts as a call to action for the viewer.

An Example Of A Video Outro Image

An Example Of A Video Outro Image

The outro or call to action image will contain the url to the landing page of your offer and a brief blurb telling the viewer to go there right now! You probably would not use those exact words but the idea is to get the viewer to take action.

One of the items I include with all my PLR video packages is the intro & outro images that can be used as-is or as place-holders so you can replace them with your own.

One way to replace them is to manually create your own images and add them to the beginning and end of each video which, by the way is very time consuming.

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Camtasia Studio Tips and Marketing Techniques

Camtasia Studio 8 icon

One of the many items I provide in my video products download page are the Camtasia Studio CamProj files for easy editing – provided those doing the editing have Camtasia Studio 8.

The CamProj files (Camtasia Project) are like the box that contains all the elements of that video. Elements like the images, videos, audios and so on.

The White Label PLR videos I provide the CamProj files to, contain at least the video (AVI), & the opening & closing images or splashscreens.

I encourage all my PLR customers to customize at least the opening & closing images of each videos so they contain a personal Welcome in the opening image and a call to action in the closing image.

Many of my PLR video courses contain 12 to 40 different videos & to customize both the opening and closing images of that many individual videos can get old REAL FAST!

Well my reply to that is “Do them all at one time” & here is how to do it…

First you want to unzip all the CamProj zip files. Usually they are titled something like CustCam and have some numbers after that (eg s2CustCam-vid01-04gs74).

Then create a single folder & name it something like ‘working-folder’ and copy & paste all your CustCam files in that one folder.

Now you will have the CamProj, the video and images files for each video in the one folder.

Make your edits to your opening and closing images – AND THIS IS IMPORTANT..

When you save your newly edited images, save them in a new folder named something like my-(project name)images and name these images EXACTLY the same as their originals (eg vid01.jpg, vid02.jpg).

Then copy all your newly edited images and paste them in your Working folder and over-write all the original images.

Now your CamProj files will pull into your Camtasia Studio editor the video file and the newly edited image file because Camtasia Studio sees only the image file NAME & doesn’t care about the changes you made.

Now that you have the hard work out of the way, it is time for Camtasia Studio to do the rendering of all your ‘new’ looking videos.

Here is how you can get Camtasia Studio to do all the video work at one time:

Open Camtasia Studio -> Click on Tools in the Top Menu -> Go to Sharing -> Batch Productions

Camtasia Studio 8 Tips And Marketing Techniques - Batch Production

Then click on Add Files/Projects

Then select all the CamProj files you want to produce. Depending on the power of your computer depends on how well (fast) the rest of this goes.

I select all the CamProj files whether it is 10 or 40 because my computer is fairly new and pretty powerful.

Then click on Next

Camtasia Studio Tips and Marketing Techniques step 3 batch production

After you click Next, your computer might pause a bit but don’t worry, this should only last a few seconds. Then you will be presented with a screen asking you to select your preset option.

I have several custom presets but if you’ve never created a custom preset then yours will likely only show 6 or 7 preset options to choose from.

NOTE: If you want to know how to create custom presets, let me know by commenting on this post.

Select your preset then click Next.

Camtasia Studio Tips and Marketing Techniques Batch production step 3

Then select the folder where you want your newly produced video files to be sent and click Finish.

I usually do not check the boxes to Organize in sub-folders nor Show production results, but that is just me.

Depending on the number of and the format of the videos you asked your Camtasia Studio software to produce & the power of your computer, this can take from several minutes to a couple hours.

For me, if I do 30 videos for example, and I’m producing 1280×720 mp4 files, this can take 30 minutes to an hour depending on how long each video is.

The takeaway here is that you do not have to hang out at your computer waiting for each individual video to finish and then start another one.

I’ll set them up and go do some gardening or write a sales letter or catch up on some reading.

This is one a many Camtasia Studio time saving and marketing tips there are.

My friend and Screencasting mentor Lon Naylor has a new video course that covers several of these tips and much more. It is called Screencast Pro.

Lon & his partner Joey Xoto has put together a package of training and templates that will help any Camtasia Studio owner take their videos to the next level.

So if you want to find out more about their offer then click here NOW!

– Steve D