When Camtasia Studio 10 comes ?

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Beaucase Camtasia Studio 9 is not good. There was no option to render a video with 6o fps.
How to render a video format(.MOV file).
Camtasia never support their customers
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Question.  Besides the obvious, why would you want to render at 60fps?  I can help, but I need to know a couple of things.  Tom
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Have you heard about gameplays, vlogs? and besides 60fps is kinda a standart these days
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Not quite the standard yet.  vLog and gameplay are still pretty much maxed at 30fps.  It will happen, but it has nothing to do with vid res (of course it must be HD) but everything to do with streaming speed, number of players and graphic and audio layers.  If you upload a video with framerates over 30 (59.94 or 60) the server side converters (FFMPEG) are going to make several versions of mp4 files.  When someone streams the video, it figures out the best res for your particular connection speed.  If it starts streaming at 480p (the default start speed) and sees you have better streaming speeds, it will auto adjust the res up to as high as 1080p.  So until sites support 60fps in the FFMPEG script, your 60fps will be converted down to 24fps or possible 30fps 
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Thank you for these informed clarifications! People get caught up in fad gadget specs without thinking through the actual delivery parameters.
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On a speed note:  Everyone focuses on download speed.  OMG...I have 1gig down on fiber!  Woot!  What you're not getting is upload speed.  A typical cable ISP can give you 100M up to 1G, but uploads are maxed at maybe 800K.  for better gaming, look for connection speeds that are at least 40 / 20.  Much faster
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...because if you are creating videos for web, .mov at that type of resolution is really a waste of data
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I thought Apple discontinued support for Quicktime and the mov format?? Techsmith DOES support its customers with FREE support - not very common in the software industry.
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I think sometimes the language barrier causes some user posts to come off more severe than intended. This forum is evidence that TechSmith supports their customers. Having said that, 60fps is on the recorded enhancement list. I've edited 60fps iPhone video elsewhere and posted to YouTube as typical 30fpd HD. Camtasia 9 was recently released and past experience is that there will be interim updates to that before you'll every see Camtasia 10.
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I haven't tried importing a .mov into Cam 10 because previous versions didn't allow .mov, only avi and mp4.  AVI is old and clunky unless you are editing in a broadcast type software...and yet it's still old.  We run an online awards submission and judging site for broadcasters in the state chapters of the NAB.  We get thousands of videos and audio uploaded to our servers.  The FFMPEG converters on the server bare currently not running frame rates over 30fps.  .mp4 won the format battle and until sites like YouTube get a new version of FFMPEG, 30fps will be the limit and frankly, the resolution is stunning while streaming is fast.  www.bestinmedia.com
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Support is free, fast and done thru email.  The trend I see overall, is the price point of Camtasia targets the software to users who purchase it and try to use the max power on a marginal  computer.  Also, the interactivity of Smart Player productions is really the stand out of the software.  The interactivity is only functional if you're viewing the video online.  If you're online, HD settings in a .mp4 wrapper is the standard for ALL sites now.  Netflix streaming standard is roughly .mp4 / 24FPS / H. 264-AVC codecs / 3500-VBR / 1920 x 1080p.  Stereo 320kbps 48K audio.  Good enough for them...
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Hello, Tom your information is helpful, thanks. 
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ARYAN KUMAR

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Hello Sir,
Any idea when cam 10 comes ?
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Techsmith just released Version 9. They never announce release dates anyway.