Hacking Your Camtasia Table of Contents to Add Subtopics
Having a Table of Contents within your videos is a great way to give your viewers more control over how they watch and re-access the content of your video. Both Lon and I use them extensively in our webinar replays and big training courses.
I got a great question the other day from a student who wanted to have “indented” topic titles or “subtopics” show up in the table of contents. Unfortunately the most obvious ways to do this don’t give you what you want, but I discovered a work-around that created the subtopic “look” he desired. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to pull this off.
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