OKEMOS (WWJ) — While you can’t bring your students or board members with you everywhere you go, you can now bring your ideas and experiences back to them with ease. 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.

A recent study by Google found 83 percent of Americans don’t leave home without their smartphone, meaning the majority of us walk around with a mobile photography studio every day. However, capturing and collaborating with images and video can be challenging when the content becomes trapped on our devices.

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“TechSmith users are smart, innovative individuals who have a lot of knowledge to share,” said William Hamilton, founder and president of TechSmith. “We wanted to make the sharing process easier. We took what was once a complicated process and condensed it down to one step. With TechSmith Fuse, users can utilize real-world examples better than ever before.”

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Whether you’re a teacher who needs to bring real-world examples into the classroom to drive a lesson home, or an IT specialist who needs to quickly demonstrate how to set up a projector, TechSmith Fuse makes your job easier. TechSmith Fuse allows users to bring real-world examples into Snagit and Camtasia where they can use the editing power in your favorite desktop products to create custom, shareable images and videos.

“As a content marketing agency, we regularly come across great stories when visiting clients that we need to capture and publish fast,” said Adam Wallace, founder and director of Content First. “TechSmith Fuse is an essential addition to our tool set thanks to the app’s ability to effortlessly synchronize video and images with Camtasia Studio, removing the need for third party cloud services or cables. It’s a real productivity booster in our opinion!”

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More at http://www.techsmith.com.