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TechSmith today announced the company is moving its headquarters from its Okemos location to Michigan State University’s campus. MSU and the Michigan State University Foundation are partnering to develop a 62,500 square-foot, two-story office building in the south portion of Spartan Village.
TechSmith Corporation announced its screen recording and editing tool Camtasia has been selected as winner of the “Employee Training Solution of the Year” award in the 2021 RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards conducted by RemoteTech Breakthrough, a leading independent market intelligence organization that evaluates and recognizes standout technology companies, products, and services empowering remote work and distributed teams around the globe.
Camtasia 2021 users can take advantage of a host of new features that further simplify video editing. These include new features and improvements to visual effects, audio effects, and overall workflow.
TechSmith Corporation, the leading provider of screen capture and video editing tools, and Panopto, the leading video management system provider for higher education and large enterprises, today announce a multi-year strategic partnership to give students, educators, and employees a powerful solution for creating, securing, and distributing video-based intelligence in universities and enterprises.
TechSmith introduces the latest version of Snagit for screenshots, screencasts, image editing and content creation. Users of Snagit 2021 will benefit from numerous improvements to popular features, and performance enhancements that make creating guides and tutorials faster and easier. Snagit is ideal for creating process documentation and visually oriented knowledge sharing. These enhancements meet the demand for easy-to-use solutions that facilitate knowledge sharing and increase productivity.
TechSmith announced today that it has been awarded the ‘Overall Remote Employee IT Support Solution of the Year’ award in the 2020 RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards conducted by RemoteTech Breakthrough, a leading independent market intelligence organization that evaluates and recognizes standout technology companies, products, and services empowering remote work and distributed teams around the globe.
For the second consecutive year, leading market research firm Frost & Sullivan recognized TechSmith as the global market leader for lecture capture solutions (LCS) with the 2020 Best Practices Award in Global Market Leadership Award for dominating the LCS market with 17.7 percent of total share, up from 10.7 percent in 2016.
Camtasia 2020 includes features to make it easier for first-time creators to produce better training, tutorials, lessons, and knowledge-sharing videos.
Snagit 2020 is more than a screenshot and screen recording tool. Now you can create professional-looking technical documentation and instructional content right inside Snagit. No more copying and pasting screenshots into a separate document.
Camtasia 2019 offers new functionality that empowers anyone to create digital media to teach, train, and explain concepts through video.
Today’s businesses have a communication problem: They’re not communicating in the way that their employees prefer — and that’s affecting productivity and trust. Fortunately, creating engaging and informative visual content is easy with TechSmith Snagit 2019.
Combining the power of best-in-class screen recording, with professional-quality, easy-to-use video editing, Camtasia 2018 also adds new library and theming features and support for high frame rate editing.
Businesses post images, videos, and gifs on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat to grab and keep consumer attention in a way that text alone can’t. So what would happen if businesses used more visual content for internal communications?
Millennials are transforming the workplace in many ways, but one of the most important ways is how they prefer to communicate. However, new research commissioned by TechSmith reveals that many businesses are failing to adapt to younger workers' preferences for more visual forms of communications.