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What is the best video / screen capture editing software?

Discussion in 'Video Traffic' started by Redness44, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. Redness44

    Redness44 Affiliate affiliate

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    I'm going to grab some software that will improve the quality of my youtube videos as well as any tutorials or video reviews (screen capture) on my PC.

    I wanted to ask for opinions on which ones were preferred by those that have used them. I thought Camtasia 6 was one of the best (it's certainly widely used by a lot of marketers), but I can't find anything out there that even reviews it compared to other editors.

    I'm willing to spend the $$$ for the quality, but I've seen top marks for adobe premier elements 7, and at less than $100, vs. Camtasia's $300.

    Can I get some suggestions here?
     
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  3. I would just get camtasia because everyone else is using it. There's a reason why. It's good.
     
  4. josiahstaggs

    josiahstaggs Affiliate affiliate

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    I use Camtasia for all my YouTube tutorials. I hate to say it but Camtasia is above and beyond the others, that's why the price is so high. I did a quick google search for "camtasia alternative", you might want to look into them.

    FYI: Can't post links yet.
     
  5. loenex

    loenex New Member

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    I like to use camtasia. Even though the price is high but its performance is good.
     
  6. Oregon Coast Guy

    Oregon Coast Guy Affiliate affiliate

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    I'm also a big fan of Camtasia. It's good to have all the bells and whistles when you need them.
     
  7. Work At Home

    Work At Home Affiliate affiliate

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    I am a big fan of CamStudio and it's free. But it look like Camtasia is the biggest winner in this thread.
     
  8. 1million1

    1million1 Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi everyone I am brand new to affiliate marketing and this forum. I have not done any research yet on recording software. Will the Camtasia work on multiple computers? I have a PC laptop and a imac, will it work on both? or would I have to buy two separate software?

    Thanks for any input.

    love the fourm!
     
  9. unitminer

    unitminer Affiliate affiliate

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    I used in the past Camtasia (any older version) - I'm not willing to pay so much for video software.

    Now I use just CamStudio, which is free
     
  10. gbarrows

    gbarrows Affiliate affiliate

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    camtasia 6.01

    Thats what I use and its Killer...
    I can tell you haw to get it Free It's Easy .....
     
  11. Oregon Coast Guy

    Oregon Coast Guy Affiliate affiliate

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    We aren't promoting software theft, are we now?

    That's a giant no-no
     
  12. P.Jeffries

    P.Jeffries New Member

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    Yeah Camtasia is the one of the best. Its the one I use, but coming from a video editors back round I mix it up with Adobe Premiere, just for some extra spice, and to really wow people I use After Effects to add specialised graphics.

    What people should consider when releasing a video is it should be entertaining, the information itself as well as the graphic element.
     
  13. JZ100K

    JZ100K Guest

    The best free one is JING! its so easy to use! I can highly recommend it, if you want more than 5 min videos then upgrade ;).
     
  14. robgee123

    robgee123 Affiliate affiliate

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    Camptasia is the daddy but if you want FREE it has to be jing.
     
  15. Ungifted Marketer

    Ungifted Marketer Affiliate affiliate

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    I agree jing is good for short 5 min videos (if you need longer break them into parts) and so easy to use , best of all its free but if you feel like upgrading to pro its ?11.50
     
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