Is it possible to livestream to Twitch or YouTube with Camtasia 8.1?

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I was wondering if it is possible to live stream to Twitch TV or YouTube using Camtasia 8 or 8.1?
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Wavecrasher223

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Fred Grover, Champion

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Camtasia Studio 8.1 does not have a Live Streaming Option in the software. However, what most users do is use a service that is on their own website or something like UStream and then use the Camtasia Studio Software to Live Stream what is on their screen. I hope this helps a little.
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im confused here Fred? "Camtasia Studio does not have a Live Streaming Option" but them you say "use UStream and then use the Camtasia Studio Software to Live Stream whats on your screen"?????
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What I meant was that Camtasia Studio is used to record the UStream when it was being live streamed. It showed my webcam and what was on the screen in UStream and I would simply use Camtasia Studio Recorder to record then edit the content. I no longer use UStream as it is no longer free. Hope this explains what I meant. Thanks for posting and asking and have a great day/night.
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ah ok got it !
thanks for the clarification
have a good day
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Your welcome. Glad it clarified what I had said for you. You have a great day too.
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Wavecrasher223

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Thanks for the help :)
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Your welcome.
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My question is this: is it possible to livestream using something like uStream if youare using a greenscreen?

Keen to get an answer on this before purchasing

Thank you

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