I would like to freeze my Video in one Point to be able to describe more whats happening there.
Can't find a function for this. Already tried by spliting it but somehow can't make it work easily?
Select the frame you want to freeze, then press CTRL E or right click and select Extend Frame. You'll get a box where you can enter the number of seconds you want that frame extended for. IF the Extend Frame option is greyed out, it means that there is a clip further along the timeline that is preventing you from extending the frame - Camtasia won't automatically pus everything along on that timeline: I guerss this is to prevent things getting out of sync with other timelines - it is up to you to create the required space on the timeline if necessary and keep things in sync while so doing.
What you referring to is extending a frame. Place your playhead in the spot of the frame you want to "freeze" (proper term is extend). Then Shift + E to extend the frame. Here's a great video by CookBookPlusman that he shared yesterday with a similar question. It shows all the ways to properly use the extend the frame feature. http://www.screencast.com/users/cookbookplusman/folders/HowTo/media/824c6b2e-ebf7-4b07-b395-41f52074...