Is it possible to export tracks as single videos?

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I am working on a video course made of different separate video tutorials.
To make it easier, I'd like to have all the tracks in the same Camtasia project, apply the same audio settings to every track and then export them separately.
Is this possible?
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several ways to do what you want

1. select all media on a tract, right click, add it to library; repeat for all tracks; in new projects, separately add each library project asset back to timeline and produce

2. select all media on a track, move it to a location down timeline [past end of project]; make a timeline selection across moved track items, right click, produce selection as

3. make a safe project backup; lock track you want to produce; use ctl-A to select everything else; use delete key to delete other tracks; produce; after production, use undo to restore deleted tracks
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I assume by the various gymnastic options outlined above, that it's not possible to simply export a track like I'd like to do. Please chime in if anyone knows of a way to do that.
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Doesn't appear to be. And this is a very common function in video editors -- namely to produce "stems" (or might be spelled "stims").
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in CS 8.6.0, you can also disable all tracks, then enable just the one you want to export [render]
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Thank you. People keep misunderstanding this inquiry. So, I will take blame for not being clear. I have eight tracks. Eight clips, let's say various lengths, edits, etc. Want to export all eight as eight separate files, with one render process. This is very common in "layered" media softwares. Cf. Ableton Live.
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thanks for clarification

not directly possible in Camtasia Studio

but I believe this will work ...

with just 1 track enabled as described above, save each active track as its own project

then use batch production to produce all the separate track projects in one single render process

could you use this approach?

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