I'm sorry you are having trouble with this.
YouTube uploading can be tricky. Especially if you have more than one account or you are have a firewall of some sort installed. Or, if Google makes silent changes to their browser, YouTube, etc.
So, if your auto upload is failing, we still create your video and save it for you on your hard drive. Therefore, you can log in to your YouTube account in your Browser and manually upload your video. This is most likely the fastest way to get your video uploaded when you don't have time to try and figure out what is going on.
You can also try logging out of all your YouTube accounts, closing your browser, then trying the upload from within Camtasia again to see if the connection has been reset and you can now do your upload.
Restarting your computer after you log out of your accounts might help as well. And, if you use Google to log in to other services, those services might have some kind of "hold" on your account as well.
I hope this helps a bit.
I think the most important info here is that during the output to YouTube process, Camtasia creates and SAVES your video so you can easily upload it directly to YouTube if the upload fails for any reason.
I was having this issue. I originally shared to Youtube. Then I erased this setting from my google account because I prefer Vimeo. However, then I tried to share again via my google account and I couldn't reconnect the account.
In order to fix it, I had to uninstall Camtasia (making sure to click "no" to save your projects) and then reinstall. Once reinstalled, I was able to re connect my google account.
Hope this can help,
Hello, there is a solution.
had the same issue as above and I solved
the problem with help of the TechSmith support and no reinstalling of Camtasia
is necessary. There is an entry in the registry which you should delete. I use Version 8 of CM and the following procedure helped for me. It is easy and moderate.
1. Check that the CamtasiaStudio.exe no longer is running and stop the process if necessary (in Task Manager).
2. Open your registry (press the Windows key + R and enter: regedit)
3. Then navigate
in the structure for Camtasia Studio 8.0 folder. Normally the path: Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TechSmith\Camtasia
Studio\8.0. See the pic attached.
4. Delete the folder 8.0 (only this) completely (select folder, then right click and "Delete" from the menu).
Next time you start Camtasia Studio, the folder is then restored again. After this “surgery” the connections are all working.
Hope this solution is helpful for all versions