SuperStamps includes 197 professionally designed graphics/icons in that you can access and use directly from Camtasia Studio.
As a small token of our appreciation to you, we are now giving away a smaller version with 20 New images (not included in SuperStamps) to all Camtasia Guide visitors.
You can freely download this package and use it in both educational, commercial or for private use. The only thing we ask you is to not resell it.
Download your Camtasia Callout SuperStamps MiniPack here.
See below for some examples of what’s included.
Already a SuperStamps owner?
What’s it for?
You can use SuperStamps directly from inside Camtasia Studio. Just download the .zip folder and unpack it. When setting up Callouts in Camtasia, just choose Custom Callout and include the SuperStamp callout you want.
But SuperStamps also work excellent in:
- Snagit as a stamp
- Microsoft Office to enhance reports/whitepapers and so on
- And any application where you can use graphics to enhance your statement.
I have an old version of Camtasia?
No worries, you can use SuperStamps MiniPack with all versions of Camtasia. But if you are ready to start using Camtasia 6.0 with support for HD you can upgrade Camtasia.
What about Copyright?
SuperStamps and SuperStamps MiniPack come with a generous license agreement. You can use these icons even in commercial products or work. The only thing you can’t do is to resell them as graphics or part of a graphics pack.
To keep the size of this email down I have just included smaller image examples. The actual images is 256×256 pixels and because they are made in PNG format you can make them as big as you like without any quality loss.
Download your Camtasia Callout SuperStamps MiniPack here!
SuperStamps MiniPack is great but what if I want the whole deal?
This is the full version with 197 additional SuperStamps. PLEASE NOTE: During the month of June we have a special $5 off. $14.95 instead of $19.95 on SuperStamps.
Let me know what you think of these Callouts in the comment area below.
Until next time
Peter – Your Camtasia Guide