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When: Aug 20, 2015 12-1 pm PDT .
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Presentation Description


A recording of the meeting (including handouts) will be available for download. Refer to the information in the webinar email for details.

Want to make a video but don’t know how? Don’t worry, your name doesn’t need to be Spielberg! Desktop video production has only gotten easier and cheaper over the last decade, opening the field to practically everyone. In this webinar, Ken will walk us through three types of videos – live action, screen capture, and animation — each with its own specific tools and purposes.

This will be an interactive session, so bring your comments, stories, and questions!

Cost and Registration

This SIG event will be open to Technical Editing SIG members and non-members.
  • Santa Barbara STC members: $5 (This event is subsidized for SBSTC members)
  • TE SIG members, and students: $15
  • Other STC members: $20
  • Non-members: $25 (The cost to attend this event only, as a non-member.)

How to Participate

Register for the Webinar:
Use the form below to register for the event. Advance registration for this event will be required.


Access the Handouts: You can access the materials by following the directions supplied after registration.

Join the Webinar: On the day of the event, follow the instructions that were sent to you by GoToWebinar.

Note: To access the audio component of the webinar, you can either use a regular telephone and pay for the cost of the telephone call, or use VoIP technology if you have a suitable headset or other hardware. For more information on the VoIP setup and requirements for the seminar, see GoToWebinar's Audio Best Practices . Note that the Technical Editing SIG's toll-free teleconference number will not be used for this event.


Access Additional Materials: After the event, members and nonmembers who registered for the webinar will receive access to the webinar recording and chat transcript.

Speaker Profile

Ken Circeo is a Senior Video Producer at Microsoft. He has produced more than 200 videos — from live shoots to motion graphics to kinetic text – all with the goal of educating and exciting users about Microsoft Office products. Ken lives in Mill Creek, Washington, 20 miles north of Redmond. He has spoken about video production at LavaCon, various STC chapters, and Microsoft “Brown Bags.”

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