Well, it allows the user to record, edit and share full motion video of whatever is on the users computer screen, together with audio commentary, "in popular multimedia formats, including via CD-ROM, streaming video and Flash." So, if you run a Power Point presentation on your computer and narrate it into a sound system, "All elements of your presentation, including slide timing, animations and voice narration, are recorded...You can then publish your complete presentation (not just the slides) on CD or the Web in any of the popular formats Camtasia Studio supports." Further, there is no assembly required. But wait, theres more! Less than a month ago, TechSmith introduced "Camtasia Studio3 with digital video capture and picture-in-picture (PIP) capabilities" at no increase in the $300 price (one copy, single user license) of Camtasia Studio v.2.1.
The Camtasia Studio v.2.1 Story
The June 27, 2005 press release announcing Camtasia Studio 3:
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