I am SHOCKED I can't upload directly to Vimeo. Wow. Just Wow.

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Vimeo.  I need to be able to direct upload.
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laura.flanders

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Bernd Jaeger

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I am also hoping for VIMEO as an OUTPUT. I want to switch from YouTube to VIMEO as the final destination of all my screencasts in the near future. Sadly, the only way currently is to do it manually (as you already know). 
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Official Response
It is possible to upload to Vimeo within Camtasia.  There is not a custom share option for it, but Camtasia can tap into Apple's built in sharing framework, which includes Vimeo.  Please see my response in this thread for more details: https://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmith/topics/upload-to-vimeo-camtasia-mac-3

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Bernd Jaeger

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Okay, what about the Windows Version? 
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Stephen Wagner, Employee

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The Windows version has had direct upload to Vimeo for 2 years now.  https://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmith/topics/camtasia_8_vimeo_video_upluad  Those screen shots are from Camtasia Studio 8, and things look a bit different in 9, but it should give you the general idea.

-Stephen
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Bernd Jaeger

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Thank you! The constant jumping from Mac to Windows has got me confused sometimes ;-) 
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laura.flanders

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Thank you.  I'm not a tech geek so bear with me.  I would like to avoid having to save it first to my own computer before uploading to Vimeo.  I'm using a Mac. Its so very odd to me that I can't direct share to Vimeo when it appears this can be done with screencast, youtube, google drive.  My school uses Vimeo to store all our educational videos.
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Juergen B

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I agree with Laura and Bernd. Vimeo deserves it's own export function - allowing your users to skip having to save it to their disks first - the standard sharing framework is a somewhat poor workaround IMHO.