Would love ideas or solutions here.
You could look over all your images before importing them. Determine the order you want them to appear in and rename them 1 through 300. That’s a lot of work and if you start rearranging them” I know I would” that system takes a hit.
Bottom line.Camtasia hasen't been designed to do what you
want to do. This is functionality that's needs to be addressed.
In your case I recommend turning to a program better suited
to your needs. Any new program has a learning curve so you would need to invest
some of your time either way. However, I know a program that offers much more
than Camtasia and it’s free for 30 days with no strings attached. No watermarks,
no legal restrictions, nothing holding you back. A ton of transitions, effects,
etc. They have a chat line if your concerned about the legal usage.If you get done in 30 days your all set.
Adobe’s Premier Pro is my primary editor of choice. I used Corel extensively in the past, there’s a lot of good things I can say about it and a lot of bad things as well. For what you’re doing, and for Free. I say you cannot go wrong. The library lets you create as many folders as you want. If an image is on the timeline a checkmark appears on it’s thumbnail.So that problem is solved. The thumbnails are resizable for easy viewing.
It’s another option anyway, I downloaded the trial just to
take a peak for old time’s sake. Here’s an image as well.
DAM tools, like ACDSee and Lightroom do support the basic media file types like Mp4, but they haven't got a clue when it comes to bringing all the disparate components together into an organized workflow.