audio and video sync problem

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Hello, we are considering using Camtasia to register our distance learning courses. We have done a lot of research on this issue, what kind of problems are there in the program, we searched them on the web. We decided that Camtasia was a program with the most beautiful and comfortable use. But in many places we read that it was a sync problem with audio and video. Meeting this problem makes us very difficult. While organizing lesson videos, we may encounter big problems. Could you illuminate me in this regard? If I know that the Camtasia program will not leave us in a difficult situation, I will buy a license for our company and start using it. I am very pleased if you inform me in this regard.

                 
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Ufuk Çakıoğlu

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From my personal experience, and I have NEVER had an audio/video sync issue.
The only issue that I have had, is that at times, the mouse will become static, and will not move.
At which time, I have to use CALLOUTS to point arrows where I am clicking.
It is a hassle but only happens once every 5 videos or so.

If these people are having issues with the audio not syncing with the video, it is most likely a hardware issue with their system.

May I suggest that you download a copy for the trial, and give it a shot for 30 days.
Make sure that it is what you are wanting and needing for your education courses.

Here are some videos that I have done for the new Camtasia 9.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoGpay6XnQnTKgZMDZs9u-zIq_zbiFI9I

You can even do the monthly subscription, it is $9.99 per month instead of dishing out the major one time payment.

Good Luck
Wayne
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Ufuk Çakıoğlu

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Thank you for your answer. I will review your videos as soon as possible. 
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Another suggestion I would make is that you can opt to try the Free Trial Version of Camtasia 9 and it will have a watermark but not a huge issue. Give the Trial a try and just record one video the way you would normally do and see if it works for you or not and post it back here for some feedback.

I have not had issues with doing what you want in the past but that is not to say that every users experience is the same. But, if TechSmith does not get feedback from users it is hard to say what can and cannot be fixed or to give a better answer/solution. The post for the Free Trial Download is below:

Camtasia Trial

Give this a try if you want too and let us know. Hope you find this information and post useful and it helps you make a decision that is right for you. Thanks again for posting and have a great day/night.

Cheerio ~ Fred.