re-usable media assets

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Is there a way to save media assets so they can be used over and over again. Into and outro's for example. I know you can copy them from one project to another but that is kind of a pain in the butt. Is there some easier way?

many thanks,
Houston
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I dont see anything that says, "Add to media"
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Rick Stone

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I don't think the Mac version has the Library feature.

Cheers... Rick :)
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It was Explained yesterday in another thread that said TechSmith has added a Library system To the Mac version It didn't say whether they intend to or not. But know how most software companies treat Mac users I would be surprised if they did. In almost all cases If a Company provides software for Windows or Mac. Mac always gets the short end of the stick.
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I missed a word in the above comment.  Should be:

It was Explained yesterday in another thread that said TechSmith has NOT added a Library system....
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We don't yet have the feature you're asking for, but it's great to know that you would make use of it! 

pjonesCET - I can understand your frustration, but I assure you it's not that Mac is getting the short end of the stick. Rather, the Windows version had a 10 year head start, and there are some interesting mac-only features (like device frames) that haven't made it over to Windows yet.

It's a journey, and it helps to know from our customers which things to focus on next, so thank you!
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Appreciate your reply, But I find it interesting That Mac has been around at least 40 years and when First came on the scene that all the comments were  about Mac was not to be taken seriously to do serious work except for Graphics. Odd that a Platform That has always been known for Graphics seem to have fewer application or graphics Features in software Than Windows. But glad you do recognize the need.
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Paul, thanks for your reply and I don't mean to be snippy but if it is in the Windows version then obviously those users had a use for it. Why wouldn't Mac users have a use for it? It is little things like this that Camtasia is lacking that makes me consider jumping ship as I begin to make more and more screen casts.
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