Camtasia is the go-to video solution for creating professional-looking software demonstrations, product tutorials, online lessons, and recorded presentations- no video experience needed. Record your screen, import PowerPoint presentations, or add video footage you already have.
Then edit, add effects with drag-and-drop ease and share out your videos with anyone. With so many easy to use features and effects, you’ll be creating polished videos in no time
-Camtasia makes it easy to record your screen, webcam, import your PowerPoint presentations to turn into a video or import your own video and audio files -Add eye-catching effects in seconds with callouts, transitions, behaviors, and other effects -Easily add captions to your videos with the ºspeech to text, copy and paste text, or import .sami or .srt files -Assets- Camtasia 2018 includes more royalty-free assets like customizable intros and outros, lower thirds, animated backgrounds, animated backgrounds, icons, and music tracks -Theming- Create, save, and apply themes with custom color and font preferences to ensure a consistent look and feel -In-Product library- helps you easily organize your media and assets to save time and ensure consistency
This article provides a summary of the Camtasia file types used for building videos in Camtasia.
Camtasia 9 and Later
After recording, Camtasia automatically saves the file and adds the recording to the Media Bin.
After recording in Camtasia 8, a recording preview appears.
Click the Save and Edit button. Camtasia version 8.4 or later saves a TREC recording file. Camtasia 8.3 and earlier, saves a CAMREC recording file.
The TREC or CAMREC recording files can only be opened in Camtasia. For example, you cannot upload the recording files to YouTube or ask someone to view the files using a standard media player. Use the recording files to build and produce a video in Camtasia.
To automatically save and add recordings to the Media Bin in Camtasia 8, see this article.
Editing Recordings and Saving Projects
After saving your recording, Camtasia Editor opens.
The recording is automatically added to the Media Bin and to the timeline. To save your project, select File > Save Project.
Camtasia saves the project file, TSCPROJ (version 9 or later) and CAMPROJ (version 8 or earlier).
File Save Locations
When you add media to the Media Bin, Camtasia references the file location in the project (TSCPROJ/CAMPROJ). Make sure to keep the media (recording files, images, video clips, music, etc.) in the original location. If you move the media, you will need to update the link next time you open the project.
Sharing Files with Others
In Camtasia (Windows) 8.4 or later, TREC recording files can be used in Camtasia (Mac) projects.
In Camtasia (Windows) 8 or earlier, project files are not compatible with Camtasia (Mac) 2 or earlier.
TSCPROJ project files are cross platform compatible for Camtasia (Windows) 9 or later and Camtasia (Mac) 3 or later.
To learn how to share projects and source files with other Camtasia users within your organization, see the Share Projects article.
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