Why isn't a Camtasia Studio SCORM file reporting a correct SCO total Time?

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I have this problem with camtasia ( v8.6.0 build 2079) scorm's resources uploaded on Moodle :
The SCO Total Time is always set on 0000.
I don't have this problem with edoceo or storyline scorm's 1.2.
Any idea?
thank you
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Kelly Barrett

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I also can't get a total time to report to my LMS at work using SCORM. So I did some digging into the SCORM code that is published by Camtasia 8.6. And I realized that there is no time reporting code at all in Camtasia's code, which is why it isn't being reported.

It would be a good request, but they have moved on from 8 and likely won't ever be updating their code for 8. I don't have 9, as I'm waiting for more updates to fix many of the bugs, but I do hope they've added the time reporting in 9.
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I am just coming to realize I have the same issue. I can't believe they don't have this option. And as I have to upload to a LMS I now have to find a different product to learn in order to produce. I'm so frustrated about this! I have the latest and greatest V9.0.4. Does anyone know of a reload program potentially that I can utilize for repackaging? Win10/64 bit.
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Susan W

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Any movement on this by Camtasia support team? I just recently upgraded to 9 and  am just now learning that the past 3 weeks of work put into building LMS SCORM content was a bust - when the SCO part wouldn't work properly in video progress tracking.