Upload Video by FTP

Learn how to upload videos by FTP (File Transfer Protocol). FTP allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet.

You can upload videos files by FTP (File Transfer Protocol). FTP allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet.

  1. In the Task List, select Produce video as.
  2. The Production Wizard appears. On the Produce Video screen, enable the Upload video by FTP option.
  3. Click Finish.
  4. The FTP Settings dialog box appears. Select a profile or enter the following FTP options:
    • Server: Enter the address for the site. You can enter a domain address such as ftp.servername.com or an IP address.
    • Path: Determines where to place your files on the server. Your path is your web-accessible directory such as public_html/directory/directory.
    • Passive FTP: The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) determines and initiates the flow of data, not the FTP server program. The use of passive FTP ensures all data flow initiation comes from inside the network rather than outside.
    • Anonymous FTP: Users do not need an account on the server, a username, or password.
    • Username and Password: Enter the username and password you use when you log into the Web site’s server.
  5. To save the profile for future use, click the Add As New Profile button and enter a name for the profile.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Camtasia Studio renders the video file. Click Finish.
  8. Click Yes in the dialog that appears.

FTP Upload Progress dialog appears. The video file uploads to the path entered. When the video finishes uploading the Upload Results dialog box appears.

Title Category Level Format
000 - Customize the About Box Produce I Written
001 - How do I make a Table of Contents? Produce I Written
002 - Project Settings And Presets Edit I Written
003 - Markers Edit I Written
004 - Record Voice Narration Edit I Written
005 - Upload to Screencast.com without Using the Preset Troubleshooting II Written
006 - Flash Quiz or Survey Edit I Written
007 - Export Project as a Zip File Share I Written
008 - Save PowerPoint Slides as Images Record I Written
009 - Record Camera Video in Camtasia Studio Record I Written
010 - Produce a Selection of Your Timeline: A Very Handy Thing to Know Produce I Video/Written
011 - SmartFocus® and Zoom and Pan Edit I Video/Written
012 - Preview the Production Settings Produce I Written
013 - How to Produce Getting Started I Video
014 - How to Record Getting Started I Video
015 - Captions Edit II Written
016 - Draw on the Screen while Recording (ScreenDraw) Record II Video/Written
017 - Add or Edit a Production Preset Produce I Written
018 - Flash Hotspot Callouts Edit I Written
019 - Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Edit I Written
020 - Customize the Start and End Screens Produce I Written
021 - Produce a Flash (MPEG-4 or SWF) Video Produce I Written
022 - Documentation Documentation I Written
023 - Can I See What My Video Will Look Like Without Having to Produce the Whole Thing? (Preview Production Settings) Troubleshooting I Written
024 - Project File Overview Edit I Written
025 - How to Edit Getting Started I Video
026 - Transitions Edit I Written
027 - Produce using a Production Preset Produce I Written
028 - How to Improve Recording Performance Troubleshooting III Written
029 - How to Share Getting Started I Video
030 - Upload a Video to Screencast.com Share I Written
031 - Record a PowerPoint Presentation Record I Video/Written
032 - Customize the Flash Table of Contents Produce I Written
033 - Recording Tips Record I Written
034 - Understanding Dimensions, Project Settings and Aspect Ratio Troubleshooting II Written
035 - Tilt Edit I Video
036 - Record a Web Camera in Camtasia Studio Record I Written
037 - Record Audio in Camtasia Recorder Record I Written
038 - Custom Callouts Edit I Written
039 - Customize the Quiz Placement and Opacity Produce I Written
040 - Record the Screen Record I Video/Written
041 - Camtasia Studio Hotkeys Edit I Written
042 - Camtasia Studio 6 Overview Getting Started I Video
043 - Audio Enhancements Edit I Written
044 - How Do I Record System Audio (the sound that comes out of my speakers)? Troubleshooting III Written
045 - Share a Production Preset Produce I Written
046 - Produce a Video using Custom Production Settings Produce I Written
047 - Title Clips Edit I Written
048 - Upload Video by FTP Share I Written
049 - How do I extend the duration of a callout? Edit I Written
050 - Playback Controls Produce I Written
051 - Add Callouts Edit I Written
052 - Audio Editing Edit I Written