Name: [16797] Tim Bower
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Description: Assistant Professor Computer Systems Technology Kansas State University at Salina `Tim Bower <http://www.sal.ksu.edu/faculty/tim/>`_ My blog: `Open Source on the Prairie <http://prairiepy.blogspot.com/>`_ ...

Yes or No on the Background Music ? [ID:1640] (2/2)

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Note: I'm not sure what happened to the audio at the beginning. The volume of the background music at the beginning does not come though as it sounded in Audacity where I mixed the music with the narration. So listen to the very end for the music.

Maybe the audio codec in Camtasia Studio filtered out the music, which was probably mostly in higher frequency range than my voice narration.

I want your opinions. I'm experimenting with the art of how to make screencasts. So in this video, I added some background music. The original video, with no background music, is in the Introduction to Unix series.

Should I keep or can the music? Or just do it differently. The music sort of relaxing piano and violin. It slowly fades out and then another, similar, song slowly fades in at the end. I wanted relaxing music, to ease the stress of learning Unix.

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