melding/merging two audio clips in camtasia

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I'm doing a voice narration for a video clip of mine (the original audio from the camera is poor quality) and am doing it in sections.  Is it possible to merge the voiceovers into one clip, like stitching does for a single clip?

Also, is it possible to use the resulting clip as the audio portion for the video afterwards?  I originally split the audio and video out of the mp4 and deleted the audio (again, because it was poor quality) and would like to 'replace' it with the new voice narration-- not sure the best way to go about that.

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Camtasia can't per say stitch them but what you can do is to put your audio clips on a timeline arrange how you want them and select all of them.
Then go to the top menu and click "Share" and then click "Export Audio Only"

That will create one audio  from the multiple clips.

** If you have a video with audio or any other audio  clips you do not what to be merged in to the one audio,  remove them or lock those tracks

You then import that audio back into Camtasia,  sync it to your video and render/produce  it.

I personally would use Audacity to combine all the audio clips and do any editing/sound quality adjustments and export it out as a 44.1 kHz  16 bit .wav file and then import that into Camtasia, sync and produce.

Note:   .wav files are best used in Camtasia. It doesn't like mp3 so much.