PPT 2010 Add In

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Hi all. I just updated Camtasia 8 but I still don't have a PPT add-in option. I know this has been an issue but I thought it had been resolved.

Is it just me???

Win7 Professional 64bit: MSO 2010: Camtasia 8.04
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Melanie W

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Melanie W

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While waiting for a response, I did a workaround. Saved powerpoint slides as images, imported them into CS8; recorded audio in Audacity, saved as wav file and imported into CS8; built the audio and images into the timeline and produced for youtube.

Be keen to hear from others who have CS8 working in PPT on Win7 64bit...
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Hi Melanie,

Glad you found a workaround for now, but this is definitely something we'd like to fix. One question: are you using a 32-bit or 64-bit version of MS Office? The reason I ask is that currently we only have a plug-in for the 32-bit Office, but we are planning to support the 64-bit version very soon.

Thanks,

Aaron
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Melanie W

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Am using the 64bit Aaron. I noted this was an issue early last year but thought it may have been resolved by now. I'm getting the jobs done but it's a time-consuming way to do it compared to the PPT add-in which I used on Cam7 and PPT 2007.
I only upgraded to 8 because I thought it was compatible with PPT2010.

Don't guess there's a ETA on the fix?
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Linda West

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I don't see a reply to Melanie's question. Do you have an estimate on when the add-in support for the 64-bit version of MS Office will be available? I've sold several colleagues on the ease of using Camtasia with their PowerPoint presentations and am now having to backtrack.
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Dmitry Kagansky

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Any more follow up on this? Any ETA on the 64-bit add-in for either PPT2010 or PPT 2013 (O365)?
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Christine

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I have the 32-bit, and have the add-in for ppt2010. However, there is a horrible feedback noise in the form of a high pitch tone throughout the recording. I've tried two different mics with the same result. It's painful to listen to.

Suggestions?

Thanks!
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Leanne Gee

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Official Response
Hi all,

Thank you for your continued feedback and patience. To those of you looking for a 64-bit version of the PowerPoint add-in, I am happy to announce that it is included in Camtasia Studio 8.1, which was released today.

If you have Camtasia Studio 8 installed (trial or licensed version), you can update to the new version by clicking Help > Check for Updates, or by downloading and installing here: http://www.techsmith.com/download/cam...

Leanne
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Awesome! Thanks, Leanne, for the follow-up to this post.

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