Convert Camtasia 2018 file to Camtasia 9 or 8

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Dear

I used Camtasia 2018 trial version and my client is using Camtasia 9.
I created Camtasia project by 2018 but my client can't open this file.
They want to open my project file by there version.
How can export or convert Camtasia 2018 file to 9 or 8 version?
It is very import to us because we have 70 project files and can't re-create this file.

Please reply this issue.
Thank you.
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Posted 4 months ago

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kayakman, Champion

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creating 70 CS2018 projects for use by your client, using the trial version, is probably contraindicated by the terms of the trial version's EULA

https://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-eula.html
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Dubie

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Also the fact that the projects being made from the trial version will be Techsmith watermarked,  would they not?
My question to the OP is why in the heck would do a clients project(s) with a trial version anyways?

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perhaps the "client" should get a licensed copy of CS 2018; with 70 projects to edit/produce, the cost-per-project of the license is negledable
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as we have learnt over the past few weeks  theres no way they make anything compatible with anything else all about $$$  which is a shame, from the messages, 2018 has more bugs in it then the amazon rainforest, if your a camtasia 9 user dont upgrade for a few fixes that should of been put in 9 rather then ripping off existing customers with few added assets and releasing a piece of software half finished....charging stupid amounts for the privilidge
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I am having this same issue. I have a very important project that I started in 9, then finished in the trial version of 2018 (accidentally- I was really just trying to upgrade from 8 to 9 on one of my office's loaner laptops). I have purchased licenses of Camtasia 9 on my office computer, but I was working away from the office. Now I can't figure out how to get my zipped project (that I finished in 2018) editable again in 9. I spent considerable hours on this.
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How To Quickly Convert CS 2018 Project Into CS 9 Project
http://www.screencast.com/t/MBLm0imPEWj

How To Share CS 2018 Projects And Library Assets With CS 9
http://www.screencast.com/t/c1u9Xmyx
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Thats pretty slick kayakman
However, in the long run, it's only enabling people to utilize Camtasia 2018 like Camtasia 9 and save there work. If your going to create Camtasia 9 projects.What's the point in firing up 2018?

Hats off for the hack though
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Thanks- I couldn't get this to work, but I appreciate this hack! I zipped my library media and imported just the media files back into 9, then made the edits once again. Thanks though- I didn't intentionally move between 9 and 2018, so I appreciate the advisement!
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hey Joe, you're correct; if a user already owns CS9, using CS2018 to create a CS9 functions-only project [i.e. no new behaviors, no 60 FPS edits, as those don't work in CS9], then doing a back-convert ,is really just a waste of time

however, the back-convert is most useful if one only has 2018, and has to collaborate with someone who only has CS9

adlawrence

the process does work, could you do a screencast of your trying, host on SC.com, and post here so we might see what step went wrong for you?  I've done many, many back conversions and never a glitch