Camtasia Studio helps you keep pace in a mobile world by making it easy to publish videos and MP3 files for iPod and other portable media players. Now your marketing message, screencast, lecture, or just-in-time training video can reach your audience practically anywhere – on the bus, in a coffee shop, or while they’re jogging.
Camtasia Studio videos are simply designed to share. With the smartest screen recording tools on the planet, Camtasia Studio makes everything from training videos to PowerPoint presentations to lectures look better, reach more people, and pack more punch. Which makes you look even smarter, too.
— Intelligent capture controls that adapt to you
— Crystal-clear playback at any size with Camtasia SmartFocus
— Easy, versatile video sharing with TechSmith ExpressShow
— Precise editing and butter-smooth onscreen movement
— Professional content without a ton of production time
Easily create training, demonstrations, presentations, online courses… the possibilities are endless. Connect with your audience by including screen recordings, audio, voice narration, PowerPoint, Picture-in-Picture and webcam video.
Edit and Enhance
Edit and enhance your video with callouts, titles, credits, zooming, panning, quizzes and additional audio tracks. Camtasia Studio\’s extensive editing options are at your fingertips.
Publish in Flash, QuickTime and a variety of video formats, then share on the Web, CD or DVD. You can use the Production Wizard to assist you in choosing the best format and settings for sharing with your audience, or you can have complete control over audio and video codecs and quality, frame rate, color depth, and inclusion or exclusion of special effects.
— Fixed an issue that could cause Camtasia Recorder to crash when stopping the recording
— Fixed an issue that could cause an incorrect \»Not enough disk space\» error message in Recorder when starting the recording process
— Addressed an issue that could cause a cursor to not get recorded when choosing to record to the AVI file format instead of a camrec file
— Added the Hide Recorder command line option back into Recorder