It’s been a very busy few month, but they payed off - I’ve published a new course “Performance Measuring and Monitoring for .NET 6 Applications” which is live on Pluralsight.
It was a lot of work as .NET 6 has such a great toolset for performance work - and it’s all open-source and totally free. A lot of work went into polishing the course and finding small details in .NET Runtime source code itself and surrounding SDKs.
One thing to note, during the production I used Descript the first time to edit audio and it was totally worth it. My workflow went as this:
- Recording everything in Camtasia. Slides with PowerPoint Camtasia plug-in, and screen and audio all with Camtasia. There’s no need for any external tool or extra tool, which I used to use before.
- Export Camtasia clip as “audio-only” wav file, then import into Descript.
- Edit audio in Descript, and export as “.wav”.
- Delete all audio in Camtasia and replace with descript exported audio.
- Make final edits in Camtasia.
Some do complain that it would be great to sync timeline between Camtasia and Descript, but I didn’t find that useful. I prefer making final edits myself to make sure production quality is good, so syncing is a natural way to do that.