I have been using Camtasia forever, well since 2004. I have used it for screen videos to for post secondary education, and to edit and produce instructional videos for audio equipment. Some of these have been viewed hundreds of thousands of times. Sure, it’s not like they’ve gone viral, but they have proved their value.
When Camtasia 2019 was announced, the first thing I noticed was the Auto-Normalize Audio Loudness feature (see detail below). In the videos I produce for audio equipment, my audience is extremely discerning (and critical) about the audio track in the videos they are watching. I usually export the audio, re-master it in other tools, and bring it back in to Camtasia. The critical step is to normalize the audio loudness. With Camtasia 2019, I should be able to do that within the product.
If you are building video presentations, you need to check out Camtasia 2019.
Camtasia 2019 new features:
Automatic audio leveling
Your videos will sound better than ever, no matter how many audio files you add to the timeline with Automatic Audio Leveling. Camtasia 2019 automatically adjusts your audio tracks so that you have consistent levels in every video project.
Mouse cursor smoothing
The new Cursor Smoothing effect, will make mouse movements clean and easy-to-follow. Now you can instantly smooth out your mouse cursor movements in your screen recordings.
Editable keyboard shortcuts
We’ve added ten times the customizable keyboard shortcuts in Camtasia 2019. These shortcuts make it easy to personalize your workflow with settings that are familiar to you.
Support for themes with logos or other images
Themes in Camtasia 2019 have been updated so you can now include your own images or logos. Easily apply it to one of the editable video assets for an impactful, consistently branded video.
Other features include new device frames, a new Whip Spin transition, a block text style for annotations and callouts, support for importing PDFs, and more. Camtasia 2019 is available in the following languages: English, German, French, and Japanese.