How to Record Digital Art to Make SPEED PAINTS

This tutorial will show you how to record your digital art and then speed it up to create a speed paint. I’ll be using Camtasia, but you can use any screen capture software. From recording your screen to editing your footage and rendering your video, you’ll learn the entire process of making your own speed paintings. ► SUBSCRIBE:

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A speed painting is a recording of a painting sped up. The purpose of speeding up the footage is to condense a process that took hours to complete, into a video that can be watched in minutes. In this tutorial, I’ll be using Camtasia to record my screen and edit the video, but you can use other screen capture and editing software if you like. Examples of screen capture software would be OBS Studio, “iSpring Free Cam”, FRAPS and the Mac version of Quicktime. You can edit videos with iMovie for Mac, Windows Movie Maker or Adobe Premiere Pro.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CamStudio is no longer recommended.

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