Camtasia for Mac features

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Will Camtasia for Mac have features that are available to Camtasia Studio users in the future versions? I would love the same capabilities to be in both platforms.
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briansitz

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Posted 8 years ago

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Andrea Perry, User Assistance

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Hi briansitz,

Thanks for taking the time to share your question. We really value your feedback. While we do design both Camtasia Studio and Camtasia for Mac for their unique platforms, you can definitely expect to see similar features in upcoming versions.

To help our development teams out, can you recommend specific features that you'd like to see in Camtasia for Mac that are only available in Camtasia Studio?

Again, thanks for your feedback, and for your interest in our products.

Andrea Perry
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Ashley Walls

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Is there a way to create a hotspot in Camtasia for mac?
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Mike Curtis, Employee

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Hi Ashley, there is not a way at this time. This post might be a good one to leave hotspot-related feedback on though. http://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmi...
Sorry I didn't have the answer you were hoping for but please keep the feedback coming!
Mike Curtis
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Conan Heiselt, Employee

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Now there is! Just get the version 2.2 (free if you already have version 2) released today. Here's how to create hotspots: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-cam...
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jbs2

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Isn't there the library at Camtasia for Mac, as there is at Camtasia 8 for Windows?
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Conan Heiselt, Employee

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Hi,

Currently, Camtasia for Mac doesn't have a library like Camtasia for Windows does.


Conan.
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Jeff Van Kleeck

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How do you get the captions to hide and be turned on or off by the viewer? I can't seem to find the control on a Mac on export. Would have liked to know if it wasn't possible so I could have left room for them when recording a 30 min demo.
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Conan Heiselt, Employee

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Hi Jeff,

If you exported as a web page, to Screencast.com, or to YouTube (i.e. with the HTML5/Flash player) then the controls will be at the bottom right. If you did a standard export (i.e. as an MP4) the captions are burned in (aka. open captions) and can't be turned on/off.

Did I understand your question?

Conan.
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Jeff Van Kleeck

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Great to know. Thank you.

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