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.
With Adobe Spark Video’s resizing tool, it’s easy to make videos to share across any platform. No need to spend any excess time creating different versions of your content! While working in your Spark Video workspace, hit the “Resize” button in the top bar to toggle between widescreen and square format. The chosen edit will apply to your entire timeline. Resize aren’t final during the editing process, so if you find you ever need to go back and resize your video again, you have the freedom to do so.

In Camtasia editor, multimedia objects of various formats can be imported into the clip library and arrange them in time order and stacked tracks using the timeline form of user controls. Overlays of various types may be added, including user-defined settings, such as when and how to display the cursor and pan-and-zoom effects such as the Ken Burns effect. Camtasia for Windows v8 and Camtasia for Mac v2 offer options to enhance sections of the recorded screen to draw attention via a cursor or drawn-in pointer to highlight section(s) of the screen or to better illustrate the actions of the presenter on the screen. Another feature is the ability to save media clips within the library tab, keeping a user from having to repeatedly import commonly-used media clips/files.
New features in version 2.8.x: - Multi-line text captions - Time-lapse quick tool added to make time-lapse videos - Visual Effects quick tool added with 10+ effects like: fireworks, bubbles, snowing flakes, falling leaves, confetti, etc. (Some effects are only available on the PRO version). - Improved Soundtrack editor - Quick tool link to Video DVD maker
Snagit is a screen capture and editing tool. It captures animation, graphics and text in the form of images or videos. The app also allows the user to enhance their images with special effects and multimedia features.[1] Snagit allows the user to grab the entire desktop, a region, a window, or a scrolling window. Features include the ability to combine images, blur and magnifying effects, arrows, callouts, torn edges, etc. In terms of sharing, the final capture can be saved in various formats, a URL or embed code can be produced, or it can be added to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, MindManager, or Microsoft OneNote directly from the product interface.
With Adobe Spark Video’s resizing tool, it’s easy to make videos to share across any platform. No need to spend any excess time creating different versions of your content! While working in your Spark Video workspace, hit the “Resize” button in the top bar to toggle between widescreen and square format. The chosen edit will apply to your entire timeline. Resize aren’t final during the editing process, so if you find you ever need to go back and resize your video again, you have the freedom to do so.
BeeCut Online Video Editor makes it easy to convert video to GIF, extract audio from video, merge, trim, rotate, crop video and so on. It offers nearly all the functions you need to create an awesome video in minutes, all right at your fingertips. It's a creative space where you can use your imagination to make an inspired short video effortlessly.
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