Merge two Camtasia Mac project files into a single project file

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How do I  merge two or more existing Camtasia Mac project files into a single new project file?
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Tom Forbes

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Stephen Wagner, Employee

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You can do this with copy and paste.  Open both projects.  Select everything on the timeline of the first project, and copy.  Move the playhead to the end of the second project, and then paste.

If the projects are large, the copy and paste may take awhile.

Use Save As to give the second project a new name, in order to avoid overwriting the original.

If merging projects is someone people do a lot, we definitely could come up with a simpler method to do so.
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Yes, that is what I did while waiting for a reply...thank you for the confirmation. It was generally a one-time need that went smoothly. 
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William F. ward

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
How do you merge two Camtasia projects on a Mac?.


I am trying to delete a clip in a project and replace it with a corrected clip. Can you do this on a Mac without the library feature? Thanks for any help.
wardwardone@icloud.com

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