I would like to seek assistance on how to integrate my Camtasia to use OneDrive as my storage folder. the reason for this is for our team to have access to the recordings we have created and to save to that OneDrive folder... and any advantages/disadvantages to this kind of setup.. thanks :)
perhaps use FTP to send/receive your content directly to/from OneDrive
I use Beyond Compare 4, which has excellent FTP tools, and which also has a built-in OneDrive profile; just apply your username/password to BC4 and your's connected
not as "seamless" as a Camtasia built-in share function, but it works very well, and is much faster and more intuitive than using the OneDrive web UI
OneDrive does not support the smart player, so my workaround for not being able to stream videos with interactive content, is to upload zipped produced file sets, and then simply download/un-zip to allow local viewing of smart player enabled videos
Officially, TechSmith does not encourage using networked connections for direct file storage. In earlier Camtasia versions, many users logged troubles up to and including total loss of project files due to network errors. The product has come a long way since then, with autosave and better file management, but the risk is still high enough that a pop-up advises against it when you attempt saving to networked locations.
Hence, @kayakman recommends a streamline ftp solution. It IS an extra step, but I believe worth the effort. It's the best workaround I've seen so far and worth consideration. Make a note on your project plan reminding yourself to perform network storage at intervals to have good backup files in case of local drive disaster.