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.
To make flipping classrooms easy and seamless for educators, TechSmith today announced a partnership with MediaCore, an online media library that provides schools and institutions with a simple way to share and manage their video content.
The Okemos presentation and graphics software developer TechSmith will launch a new Web TV program Sept. 24 on the online EdReach Broadcasting Network.
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.
TechSmith Corp. Tuesday released version 2.4 of its Camtasia for Mac video recording and editing software for Apple iOS products.
Okemos-based TechSmith Monday announced the launch of a new version of its sport analysis application Coach’s Eye, Coach’s Eye 3.0 for iOS and Android devices.
On Wednesday, Feb. 6, TechSmith kicks off a collaboration with the Michigan Department of Education by sponsoring Digital Learning Day.
Okemos-based TechSmith Tuesday introduced Camtasia Studio 8, a new verison of its video creation software. The company says the new software allows virtually ayone to create professional-looking interactive videos for education, training, marketing and sales.
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