Camtasia Relay 4.3 is out! The new release is perfect for administrators and presenters who want to add visual graphs in their presentations.
Camtasia Relay, known as an affordable organization-wide screen recording tool which allows you to see your records and even share lectures, presentations, meetings, and mobile videos, comes now with a new feature aiming to give you an easier time to use it.
The team behind the powerful software has developed its video capabilities. They say that they try to balance new features for both system administrators and users with their main goal of making the recording process fast and easy.
As you might take note of, a majority of the feedback for the software from its users is positive. Apart from those feedbacks that developers are proud of, they keep working on improvements based from these suggestions and so they come up with the minor release Camtasia Relay 4.3.
The publisher is aware that people are expecting more from the app for business and school use and so because TechSmith would love to keep them satisfied, they have released 4.3 which targets administrators who want to know what’s going on the server.
The Camtasia Relay 4.3 has an easy-to-read graph which administrators can use to check on the number of recordings processed by the server during a specific time by just choosing a date or day range to see.
The new feature definitely will allow them to monitor their peak usage times as well as what recordings are lined up on their server. Moreover, it contains a graph which can show average file sizes for every encoding done together with the encoding length and time for every profile found on the Camtasia Relay system. Due to this current innovation, administrators can plan ahead for both present and future needs.
Meanwhile, the new Camtasia Relay 4.3 dashboard also comes with data on usage of every profile, which they can find on the setup page. Having that said, you will now have the ability to see this information, which used to be buried in your event logs or database. Watch the presentation below:
The latest release is focused to help system administrators, but the TechSmith team is in the works for new features to target users as well. You should definitely stay tuned for these updates coming soon.
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Peter, Your Camtasia Guide