Upload Camtasia 2018 published HTML5 interactive video directly to Udemy or others?

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I have just purchased Camtasia 2018 and am looking forward to making fully interactive video training using the hotspots feature in Camtasia. I have looked around on the Udemy website and sent them an e-mail to see if I can simply upload the HTML files created by Camtasia directly to Udemy. However, for some reason they don't seem to know what Camtasia is. On the other hand, I have found Udemy courses about using HTML5 to make interactive videos to have hosted on Udemy. So it seems plausible that I could just use Camtasia to do all the coding work for me. 

So, does anyone here know if I can simply create my interactive video using Camtasia 2018 and then upload it directly to Udemy? OR, if there are any other similar sites where I could A) host my lesson and B) monetize that? (I know I can host lessons on ScreenCast.com but I don't see any way to monetize that. 
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There are several available, but I would look at WordPress.  Wix.com or Weebly.  Any site that you can upload the files and then sell member access like these.

Hope this helps.
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I don't think that would be possible simply for the fact that Udemy would have their own platform player and changing to the Camtasia smartplayer would not be a option.

I would ask Udemy if you can upload videos that require their own html, javascript, CSS and xml files to function.

Have you considered having your own piece of internet real estate. Your own website?

There you could host your videos and all the files or use Sceencast and embed the videos on your own webpages.

You could then monetize all kinds of ways like a membership or affiliate sales etc. and not share the profits with a third party platform or worse,  lose all your efforts and income because your account gets closed down or the third party platforms ceases to exists any longer.

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