TechSmith Corp. Tuesday announced the introduction of a mobile app, TechSmith Fuse, that allows users to easily export images and video from their mobile devices to TechSmith video and image editing software Snagit and Camtasia.
The screen recording and video capture software maker TechSmith said Tuesday it’s taken the first step in its move toward software for mobile devices as well as the PC, announcing Google Drive integration for the TechSmith products Snagit and Camtasia, as well as the new TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome.
TechSmith Corp. has been making software to help people share screenshots, video and other content more easily in presentations since 1987. Wednesday, the company said it’s about to introduce new products reflecting the fact that people are no longer tethered to a PC.
With Tuesday’s introduction of Camtasia Studio 8.1, TechSmith debuts green screen capability, video cropping, stitching and the ability to copy video effects at a price that brings advanced video editing features to beginner and intermediate users for the first time.
The past year proved to be momentous for TechSmith Corp., which has surpassed $50 million in revenue for 2012.
TechSmith Corp. Tuesday released Camtasia for Mac 2.1, which the company said marks a major update for the screen recording and editing system on the Mac platform.
Okemos-based TechSmith Corp. announced Thursday that Camtasia for Mac 1.2 can now be downloaded through Apple’s Mac App Store.
Okemos-based TechSmith Corp., announced that it will be offering educational sessions and in-booth presentations during the Texas Computer Educational Association Convention and Exposition next week