Camtasia ( /kæmˈteɪʒə/) (formerly Camtasia Studio) is a software suite, created and published by TechSmith, for creating video tutorials and presentations directly via screencast, or via a direct recording plug-in to Microsoft PowerPoint. The screen area to be recorded can be chosen freely, and audio or other multimedia recordings may be recorded at the same time or added separately from any other source and integrated in the Camtasia component of the product. Both versions of Camtasia started as enhanced screen capture programs and have evolved to integrate screen capture and post-processing tools targeted at the educational and information multimedia development marketplace.
PC World noted that "Camtasia has evolved from being the go-to program for software demonstrators to a full-featured education/information video tool" from this 4 1/2 star review. An earlier 2005 review is still relevant, which states that, though "powerful," Camtasia can be "a little overwhelming at the start" to new users, though the learning curve is easily manageable.[5][6][7]
Founded in 1987, TechSmith is the world's leading provider of screen capture and recording software for individual and professional use. People everywhere use our products to capture content from their screens in ways that help them communicate more clearly, create engaging presentations for diverse audiences, and analyze product usability and customer experience. With products localized into five languages and a distribution network of resellers in more than 30 countries, TechSmith's global reach is continually expanding. One of few software development companies in the Midwest, TechSmith is located in Okemos, Michigan. Neighboring cities include East Lansing, home of Michigan State University (MSU), and Lansing, the states capital.
Jing allows the user to record video, capture images, edit them, and upload them to various websites.[6] Possible uses for Jing include sharing a screen snapshot, narrating vacation photos, capturing a computer bug in action, and in the case of a teacher, showing students how to do a task and commenting verbally on a students homework.[7] It only supports saving to SWF (flash files). Jing is freeware.[8]
The editors of Videomaker have created this list of free video editing software and other types of free video software downloads, to enhance your movie making software tool kit. The link to free video software downloads will open a list of free video editing trial offers. The sites we have selected can save you lots of time by providing free stock music, sound effects, video and graphics files…
When it comes to creating impactful videos, a good music choice can be the cherry on top! Adobe Spark Video’s intuitive interface empowers you to add the perfect melodies to your movie. When you’re ready to add music, hit the “Music” icon in the top bar. You have the option to choose from your own files or iTunes library, or pick from any of Adobe Spark’s comprehensive stock selection for the perfect track.
Adobe Spark Video offers a free online slideshow maker with music and transition effects. Use this powerful picture slideshow maker to compose a unique presentation by adding different backgrounds, photos, videos and voice content. Play around with a variety of customization options, so you can create something your audience has never seen before. Templates, themes, and fonts come in an assortment of styles to suit your creative vision. Upload your own images or video clips, or insert free photos and icons from the stock library. Top it off with music for a fun-filled slideshow you’ll want to share with all your friends and family!
Add as many songs as you want onto your videos, including your video clips that already contain audio. You can adjust the audio volume in your video clips, which will automatically adjust the volume of the overlay music for the perfect combination. You can also completely silence your music while your video clips play so that you can hear the audio clearly without any musical accompaniment.
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