Just writing this quick message to let you know that new minor versions has been released for Camtasia Studio on PC, new version 8.3 and Camtasia for Mac, new version 2.7. You find instructions on how to access these below. Both Camtasia 2.7 for Mac and Camtasia Studio 8.3 PC was just released a couple of days ago.
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New Camtasia Studio 8.3 for PC
Camtasia 8.3 (PC) was just released a few days ago. If you hold an older license (Camtasia 7 or older) you can upgrade to Camtasia 8.3 here. If you are unsure if you are eligible to a no-cost upgrade, verify what Camtasia Studio version you own here.
New in the last releases:
- Made improvements to the Relay plugin
- Updated TSCC codec to fix a crash bug when accessing corrupt input
- Fixed a bug where the playhead advances but the video frame doesn’t change
- Fixed a bug where transitions are treated as audio media and can cause attenuation in project audio
- Fixed a bug where indented callout text didn’t show as indented in the preview window
- Fixed a bug where MOVs could break project upgrading
- Fixed a memory leak for media files on the timeline that was leading to high memory use and instability
- Fixed a crash when double clicking a media while it is transferring from the Fuse mobile app
- Fixed a bug where users with a Lectora production preset got stuck in the production preset manager
- Fixed a bug where temporary files were written to the user’s Windows temporary folder instead of the custom temporary folder location specified inside the editor Tools > Options dialog
New Camtasia 2.7 for Mac
Camtasia 2.7 (Mac) was also released just a few days ago. If you hold an older license (Camtasia Mac 1) you can upgrade to Camtasia 2.7 here. If you are unsure if you are eligible to a no-cost upgrade, verify what Camtasia Mac version you own here.
Here is the version history for the last few releases in case you haven’t kept your software updated:
Camtasia for Mac 2.7.0
- Made improvements to the Relay plugin
- Added the ability to crop annotations
- Made improvements to the TechSmith Smart Player
- Fixed an issue with files imported from Fuse do not have thumbnails
- Fixed an issue where images are imported sideways from Fuse
- Fixed a crash when resizing an annotation while pressing Command
- Fixed an issue where double-clicking a .cmproj opens an untitled project also
- Fixed an issue where the playhead does not move on a ripple delete when using the context menu on a selected region
- Fixed an issue with media scaling while dragging control points
- Added the ability that when a track is hidden associated markers are also hidden
Camtasia for Mac 2.6.2
- Fixed a crash when sharing to Camtasia Relay
- Fixed a hang when the media path contained the characters ‘cmrec’ or ‘trec’ anywhere in the path
- Fixed a bug where the play head sometimes jumps back to time zero when clicking or dragging it
Camtasia for Mac 2.6.1
- Fixed a bug that was causing Fuse videos larger than 1GB to fail to transfer
- Fixed a bug where special characters in file names sent from Fuse were not handled correctly
- Fixed a bug where deleting media from the bin followed by a save did not delete the media from the project
- Fixed a bug where after dragging a freeze region effect on the timeline, multiple undo operations were required to undo the drag operation
- Fixed a bug where dragging two video effects to the timeline required three undo operations to undo the two changes
- Fixed a bug where a crash would occur when cropping a callout by using the option key while resizing the callout
- Fixed a bug where an error message would occur when the user double clicks a .cmrec file
- Added import of videos and images from Google Drive
- Added sharing of video to Google Drive
- Added import of videos and images from mobile devices using TechSmith Fuse for iOS and Android
- Added Ctrl+Shift modifier to use snapping while trimming a media with the mouse on the timeline
- Fixed a bug where exporting would continue after the user clicked the cancel button
- Fixed a bug where you could get into a state where changes to audio actions were not applied
- Fixed a bug where a volume adjustment could end up inside a visual action leading to a crash
- Fixed a bug where clicking on the playhead drop line would deselect the media behind it, making editing a media near the playhead more difficult.
- Fixed a bug where the double arrow callout could be clipped when the width is set to 100
- Fixed a bug where the Update File context menu in the clip bin should have been disabled because selecting it would have no effect.
- Fixed a bug where copy and paste of an animation could change the interpolator on the animation
- Fixed a bug where the drop zones don’t draw correctly when dragging an effect to a rotated media on the canvas.
- Fixed a bug where it took two undo actions to remove a video effect after adding it
- Fixed a bug where the Mix to mono setting was not saved on a stitched media
- Fixed a bug where you could not tab between input boxes when adjusting the canvas dimensions
That’s all the news I got for you today. Ideas and suggestions for this blog, please go ahead and comment below.