Camtasia Studio gives you the tools to record your computer screen and then turn those recordings into professional-grade videos. And once you’ve edited and polished your creation, you can share it directly from the app to YouTube, Google Drive, and Screencast.
Smooth functioning: Camtasia provides a lot of nice features in a fluid interface that makes creating screen capture videos and processing them a breeze. You can set the program to record either the screen or a PowerPoint presentation. You can also choose to record your entire screen or only a portion of it that you preset before recording begins. The recordings, themselves, are clear and crisp, providing you with an excellent framework on which to put all the finishing touches and effects you want.
Finishing tools: Once you have your screen capture recording the way you want it, you can utilize the various tools included in the program to make your video complete. These include multiple Transition Options, Voice Narration, a Zoom and Pan effect, Cursor Effects, Captions, Quizzing, and more. You can also use built-in tools to enhance and improve the audio quality of your voice recording.
Editors’ note: This is a review of the trial version of Camtasia Studio 9.0.5.
What’s new in this version:
Fix a crash when loading a project from an older version of Camtasia
Fix a crash when loading invalid JPEG files
Fix a preview thumbnail generation issue
FEATURES OF TECHSMITH CAMTASIA STUDIO 9:
Lets you record your desktop activities.
Can create tutorials easily and efficiently.
Can record the whole screen or a specific portion.
Got an impressive interface.
Can add audio effects into your recorded videos.
Can add cursor effects, transitions and title clips.
Can export your recordings to an archive or as a SWF file.
Can export your recordings to YouTube.
CAMTASIA STUDIO 9 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Supported OS(32-bit / 64-bit): Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 10
CPU: 1.2 GHz or higher Processor
RAM: 512 MB System Memory
HDD Free Space: 500 MB