How can I edit my 4k video and render it in 4k res? Please add 4k support in camtasia studio 8! HELP

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I really want to edit my 4k video and I'm not sure how can I render it in 4k res Please help!
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Rick Stone

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There simply isn't any way to accomplish this in Camtasia 8. Sorry

You will likely need to find another application that is different from Camtasia to work with 4k video. I'm not even sure it's on the visible horizon for TechSmith. If it were, I'd be shocked. I know that 4k is available, but at the present moment it's my own understanding from what I've heard from others that you just don't see many playback devices or whatever in common use that can even play back 4k.

Cheers... Rick :)
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As Rick states above - not at the moment. I do believe it's on the product roadmap.
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Joe Morgan

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4-K support will be available in Camtasia 9.

Along with Several other features as well. See List Below.

Cross platform support includes:
  •     New unified interface
  •     Substantial feature parity (including quizzing, voice narration, editing toolbar)
  •      Workflow parity (Including grouping)
  •     Improved cross platform recording file
  •     Cross platform project files

Performance enhancements include:
  •     64 bit
  •     4k – Ultra HD production and enhanced hardware encoding and decoding
  •     Enhanced effects capabilities, including improved cursor animations
  •     Enhanced voice narration capabilities
  •     New, updated stock library content
  •     New callouts with improved text editing to resize & fit large fonts
  •     Improved timeline performance
  •     Ability to record the screen for longer periods of time
  •     Ability to edit multiple, large screen recording video files
  •     Up to a 50% reduction in rendering time of your final video over our current versions


Regards, Joe
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