how to join the splited callouts?

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how can i join the callouts?i split some callouts when edit the video to make my video looks better.
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wanamalinaathirah

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kayakman, Champion

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If you split a video clip, during editing, that has a callout under it, the callout is split; only way to remove splits in project is to render as AVI and use that AVI in new project.

Why is a split in callout an issue for you?
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when i want to re-edit the project with callout splited,i have to do it 1 by 1...
each callout need to re-edit..but if all the callout is join together,i only edit it once...
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Your only practical workaround for this is to edit project as best possible WITHOUT adding callouts; then produce as AVI; use that AVI in new project; this will give you a single video clip with no splits; then add callouts.

But any edits after that that add cuts/splits to timeline will recreate issue.
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I just wanted to let you know that the recently released Camtasia Studio 8 has some major improvements to this workflow:

1. Enhanced timeline editing. You can now have as many audio and video tracks as you want. Callouts are no longer split with videos and can cross video boundaries.

2. Better selection control. We now have marquee selection, allowing you to quickly select multiple callouts. You can also edit multiple callouts simultaneously by selecting them all and then manipulating the properties in the “Callouts” tab.

3. Grouping. If you like the old functionality of having a callout grouped with a video, or if you would like to keep all of your callouts together on the timeline, you can now group media together on the timeline.

The 30-day trial is fully functional and can be installed alongside existing versions of Camtasia Studio. You can learn more about the new version here:

http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-wha...

Randy

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