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Produce videos for the web using the industry-leading H.264 format. No tweaks or technospeak, just sparkling HD-quality video with compact file sizes...every single time. Two existing production presets (blog and web) and three new presets (YouTube, HD display, and Screencast.com) take advantage of the new format.
Create eye-catching training, presentation and demo videos…the easy way. Camtasia screen recording software is streamlined, intuitive and makes you look like a pro. Easily record onscreen activity, Keynote slides, camera video, microphone or system audio – all with sparkling clarity. Record in front of a live audience or at your desk. Edit to perfection. Turn it into a stunning, HD-quality video at the perfect size to share on popular video sites, Apple devices, your website, blog or anywhere you like.
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I rate it 3.6, not great not terrible!
Yea, don't bother running this on a <600 PC, it's helluva resource intensive. The GUI could have been better. But from what I've tried, It hangs a LOT. Sometimes rendering it unusable
It fells great! I use it many years and totally happy with the software!
Love this product -- have used it for over 5 years and do the upgrades when they come out. This makes creating Youtube tutorials fun. Prior to using this tool, I'd not done any video editing. Since then, I've created a couple dozen tutorials. Highly recommended if you are interesting in making how-to videos.
It has your usual traditional interface. It runs smoothly and has all the necessary features for a basic but good video editor. Compared to the likes of Filmora, it's not outstanding, but it's definitely not bad either. With Filmora, I find that the more edits you make, the less smooth the endproduct runs. I haven't run into that problem with Camtasia yet. It's great for the non-professional who doesn't want the extra bells and just wants the simple editor features.
http://shop.techsmith.com/store/techsm/en_US/buy/productID.289432000 as seen here, its been at $199 for a one time payment fee
Not really a bad deal considering how lots of other software companies (Adobe) make you pay on a per monthly basis
As for pros and cons:
I started using the latest version 9 recently and I guess I may have gotten too used to the older one but I gotta say I feel like it was a lot simpler and easier to use. Anyways...Great software in general but a little expensive for me personally.
Solid program feature-wise, but highly unstable. A few of my friends have reported the recorder's recordings corrupting on them when they tried to save it, and the video editor can't do anything with a whole lot of clips without crashing. Have too much on the timeline? Camtasia can't even load the project without crashing anymore. Most of the time it works as it should- it's just not the most reliable software on the planet.
The paid full version is fairly good but trial version is very bad. It has very huge watermark on the center of your video if you produce your video.
i really like camtasia, it works great and is very easy to use it, has everything you need in order to make a good video.
i really like this, its so easy to use is amazing, maybe is not for pros but it works just fine for the little work i do there, is very easy to get how to use eveything, i like it a loot
These are all great alternatives. I personally use Jing a lot but they all fall short compared to camtasia imho. I was able to purchase camtasia for my mac luckily at a significant discount so I have seen both sides of the coin. It really depends on what your main aim is I guess. If you are just looking for screen recording, screencastomatic is great. If you want the editing features go with camtasia. I actually purchased an alternative software that I was having a tinkle with a few weeks ago which is very promising. It doesnt have ALL the features of camtasia but its screen recording is great and it has a lot of other features that camtasia doesnt. Again it comes down to what you prefer. I made a quick video tutorial going over the features of the software for anyone who is interested. You can check it out here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiKA92WN4iE
The link above has been updated as I had to move the video url to a different account. I hope you enjoy my tutorial and if you have any questions please feel free to comment on the video description box.
Camtasia has a version for Mac. Maybe you want to add it here.
Really best tool for screen caturing.
You can cut scenes or make all other stuff you need for a good video.