HTTPS for Screencast?

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Wondering when is HTTPS going to be standard? 

I have thousands of embedded links in the form*******
and incidentally this is the form presented in when I grab the share link on the videos.

When these are clicked, they don't convert automatically to https://

so the customer is seeing "Not secure" in their browser.  Not good.

Can you advise please?

Thank you,


Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: TechSmith Screencast Policy Change - May 2018.
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Official Response
As of today (May 15, 2019) we have made a change to Screencast where it will automatically redirect any requests to to use HTTPS.

Any share links generated by Snagit and Camtasia have already defaulted to using HTTPS for some time now.