how can i add camtasia published file to sharepoint?

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Rachel Resnick

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That's a pretty generic question Rachel...can you give us a little more info? How are you publishing the file (i.e. just as a video, with the player, etc.).

As you know, Sharepoint is just a content holder so if you have a document library, you can pretty much upload anything to it. Although I doubt that the folder with all the HTML stuff would work if you are needing the player. Certainly the video would play just by uploading it.

Also, are you using the Windows or Mac version of Camtasia (although that probably doesn't matter, it would be good to know)?

Let us know some more info.

Thanks.
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Rachel Resnick

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I am using the windows version. The issue I am experiencing is that I want to be able to make the MP4 file one that others in my organization can view with closed captioning options.. However, I am not sure how to allow them to be able to see it unless it is hosted on a website from the research I have done. That brings me to sharepoint which is the file sharing website I use. Basically, the real question is how can I share the mp4 file with others to view? can i do this through sharepoint? We are not able to use screenshot to host organizational content.
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As I'm sure you know, Sharepoint is very permission based and one of the great things about using it is you can control who see what. If the people you want to view it have access to the library you are storing it in, they will be able to see it. If they don't have access, than it won't work.
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When we have attempted to use MP4s on Sharepoint we get the error message "not a supported file type." Thisis getting frustrating because my alternative is to use a one-way hosting site that doesn't allow quizzing or surveys. So, if someone has a solution to this LET'S hear it.
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I am trying to place a video into Sharepoint 2010, with a table of contents (so it has a swf player). Exported from a Camtasia for Mac (2.3). Any step by steps out there to make sure I do this correctly?
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Hello, here's some videos one of someone from our Tech Support team made to try and help with this. https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/203729918-Camtasia-Windows-Uploading-produced-files-... Can you let us know it these were helpful to you?

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