Camtasia Studio

Camtasia Studio

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create screen recordings and tutorials Camtasia Studio enables you to create professional screen recordings, tutorials, presentations and more. You can record any desktop activity with optional voice narration and then edit the capture into a professional video with annotations, callouts, transition effects, and more. The resulting video can be exported to various formats, including Flash, QuickTime, AVI, RealMedia, MP4, AVI and more. A step-by-step wizard can automatically configure the correct format based on the targeted use. Other features include direct upload to YouTube, quiz and survey integration, timeline editing, media import and more. Copyright

Trial Limitations: 30 day trial. Fully functional.

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Publisher Techsmith Corporation (2) Price $249.00
Version 23.1.2  history Last updated Aug 08, 2023
File Size 479. Mb Requirements None

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Great software 4 stars by gimpguy Jul 24, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
I was lucky enough to get a free license for this and yes, it's everything you want in a screen recorder. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to capture some games when playing, well, many but it's still great for all other recording needs. There are free alternatives but for functionality and flexibility,I would suggest using Camtasia. I found the recording level clarity is great compared to most. It's very easy to create a tutorial with, as I've done with Gimp so many times. Some freebies I've used tend to crash after X-amount of time, ruining a tutorial completely and causing me to start over. Camtasia has never, ever crashed during a recording, that said, it's well worth a try. The downside is that it's very pricey, in my opinion, too pricey. Again, it's likely the best of it's kind but hey, I can figure out free options to get along if need be so I think they should cut the price down considerably. On the flip side, if you don't mind paying it or simply can afford it without worry, are serious about recordings for professional or other purposes, you won't go wrong, but I still feel it's far too high priced even with it's options and stability. show Review details
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