Powerpoint 2010 x64

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Sales says the powerpoint plug-in will work for office 2010, but NOT on 64-bit systems. As a microsoft gold certified partner myself (ISV) It is my understanding that you can not claim windows 7 compatibility if you have exceptions with x64.

All of our office systems are x64 and I dont want to buy a separate PC just to use camtasia. When will this be resolved?
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888.joe.shap

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Posted 8 years ago

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Dave O'Rourke, Senior Software Engineer

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Our PowerPoint plugin works with the 32-bit versions of PowerPoint on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. We do not currently support 64-bit PowerPoint on 64-bit Windows.

So as long as you install the 32-bit version of Office, you should be able to use the Camtasia Studio PowerPoint plugin to record your presentations.

Hope this helps.
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888.joe.shap

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OK, that gives me a workaround, thank you for that.
But not supporting x64 is not entirely acceptable.
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David M. Converse

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Camtasia Studio runs fine on 64-bit systems. The PowerPoint addin is an optional component, not needed for core functionality. If you need assistance with recording PowerPoint presentations using the Camtasia Recorder, please let us know and we can work with you on getting that setup.
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Relay 4.0 PPT add-in for Win7/Office 64bit does not work. It won't install at all. That's to bad...
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Mike Andrew

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FAO David M

I need to record / import PowerPoint 64 bit into Camtasia. Can I do it and if so how?

Thanks

Mike A
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Mark Tab

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+1 on Office x64 add-in
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Scott Peters

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Could you elaborate slightly.

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