TechSmith Camtasia for Schools
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Apply Behaviors that are perfectly designed to animate your text, images, oricons. Get a crisp, polished look without being a professional video editor.Drag-and-drop your editsWhat you see is what you get. Every effect and element in your video can bedropped and edited directly in the preview window. And you can edit atresolutions up to beautiful 4K, for clear video at any size.
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Everything you need for stunning video
- Choose your footage
- Create a great looking video, even if you’ve never made one before. Camtasia makes it easy to record your screen or import your own video and audio files (MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, etc.).
- Make your edits
- The multi-track timeline expands to fit all your projects. Split clips into two, remove portions of a clip, or delete one entirely. You can also add music, photos, narration, and more.
- Create your video
- Anyone can make and share engaging videos with Camtasia. Upload your videos to Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, or Screencast.com. Make videos from start to finish in hours, not days.
Create training materials, educational content, product overviews, marketing videos, and more with hundreds of handpicked video elements.
- Animated Backgrounds
- You'll have access to a variety of backgrounds that grab attention right from
- the start.
- Music Tracks
- Use music to set the mood of your video. All tracks are royalty free and safe
- to use on YouTube and Vimeo.
- Choose from hundreds of icons, or bring in your own straight from your
- Motion Graphics
- Get lower thirds, intro slides, and more so you can start quickly and look
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Unique Customer Stories
Colorado Teacher Sparks Interest in Science Learning Through TechSmith Camtasia®
Instructional strategies in the K-12 classroom have expanded beyond the traditional lecture. To meet the needs of diverse learners, and bolster student engagement, teachers have turned to alternate methods to introduce students to curricular content.
One school that has taken an innovative approach to instruction in recent years is Louisville Middle School in Colorado. David Crowder, a science teacher who primarily teaches sixth and eighth grade, creates videos to demonstrate phenomena in physical science and chemistry, and explain key concepts.
Five years ago, Crowder was introduced to TechSmith Camtasia while creating his own website. He started using the software to create videos for the website and then entered a screen capture contest hosted by TechSmith. After exploring the user-friendly features on the platform, Crowder recognized the instructional power videos could have in his classroom.
“The videos I create with Camtasia are particularly helpful for concepts that are hard for students to understand,” said Crowder. “Providing this supplemental content gives them a go-to resource for those ideas that are di cult to understand.”
An audiovisual route to instruction
To provide students multiple points of reference about challenging ideas, such as acceleration due to gravity and the basics of simple machines, Crowder develops fun and informative videos. Students often need to review these concepts more than once to fully understand the components they need to know. The videos allow them to review the content they’ve learned, which is especially bene cial when they are doing schoolwork at home.
Among Crowder’s Camtasia projects is a series of ve videos about motion physics. Through the software, Crowder is able to incorporate his own images, animations, classroom videos and more. Each video is ve minutes on average, meaning each time a student refers to the video for the basic information already covered in class, Crowder saves valuable time by not having to repeat content. Instead, Crowder can focus on expanding on what he’s already taught the students.
The firrst video of the series alone has more than 27,000 views. A part of the video includes a demonstration of Crowder dropping strings with washers spaced out at di erent lengths to show the e ects of acceleration from gravity. In the video, he is able to expand on the in-person demonstration with additional animations of what occurs when the strings drop, and di erent examples of the same phenomena, including a sky diver exiting an airplane.
“When the students rst see the video, they are often in shock that I was able to put all of this together,” said Crowder. “Most of my computer skills are self-taught, and Camtasia is intuitive enough to pick up easily.”
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Quickly create eye-catching videos
Choose your footage
Create a great looking video, even if you’ve never made one before. Camtasia makes it easy to record your screen or import your own video and audio files (MP4, WMV, MOV, AVI, etc.).
Make your edits
The multi-track timeline expands to fit all your projects. Split clips into two, remove portions of a clip, or delete one entirely. You can also add music, photos, narration, and more.
Create your video
Anyone can make and share engaging videos with Camtasia. Upload your videos to Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, or Screencast.com. Make videos from start to finish in hours, not days.