While I understand I can use tools such as HandBrake to encode into different formats, having native XAVC QFHD support for 4K video from Sony cameras would be wonderful. This would save quite a bit of workflow time.
For 4k recording, the camera only supports XAVC QFHD. It's a Sony PXW-Z150. The 1080p recording formats supported are XAVC QFHD, XAVC HD, MPEG HD422, MPEG HD420, and AVCHD. The only format supported by Camtasia is AVCHD (and I can only record 1080p for this format). For 4k, I need to record in XAVC QFHD.
Reached out to support to try and get this to work. It's an A6400 in XAVC-S @ 60MB (which returns an MP4 natively from the camera). Can be imported but the video file is glitchy, green blocks, yellow tone, just bad. Same thing happened even when waiting an eon for Handbrake to convert. Looks like I'll have to use something else for screen recording, dump the Camtasia features and edit it all somewhere else too. It's funny how an open-source Shotcut can do this, same with Filmora, just not Camtasia. Seems like a sizeable product misstep.