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Camtasia FAQs

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  1. Camtasia Studio for PC Version 8.4.4 and Mac Version 2 are available!!!
    The newest versions of Camtasia have been released. All faculty who purchase the annual maintenance coverage from ITLE will receive the codes to upgrade their Windows or Mac versions of Camtasia.

    All faculty members who have previous versions are advised to upgrade to the latest version*. Please contact if you need assistance in upgrading your software.

    * Cost of upgrade is typically covered by regular maintenance fees.

  2. What is Camtasia?
    Camtasia is a cross-platform application that lets you combine audio and visual media with a PowerPoint.
    • You can make a video recording of your PPT with your audio / video embedded into the PowerPoint.
    • Publish the video in any video format. (WMV, Flash, MP4)

    Examples of videos created using Camtasia:

  3. How do I get Camtasia?
    Interested in buying Camtasia?

    ITLE is no longer able to provide the lowest cost for new Camtasia licenses. We can recommend the CDW-G punch-out on OK Corral, or you may purchase directly from

    ITLE is providing maintenance coverage through November 6, 2015 at the cost of $18.75 per license. This coverage allows users to keep their Camtasia updated to the latest version, and to get support directly from TechSmith. All registered users were sent an email in late October, 2014 asking them to renew their maintenance coverage. If you have not responded to that offer, please contact to get the codes you will need to upgrade your systems.

  4. Tutorial, Training and How To's
    Interested in learning how to use it/want to do a small recording of your presentation?


    In addition, TechSmith has free online tutorials available to help you succeed with their products. Check out the following links:

    Camtasia Studio for PC

    Camtasia for Mac


    Want more information and tutorials on Camtasia? Go to

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