Thanks to everyone who took part in this giveaway, and special thanks to the kind people at Camtasia! I’m excited to let you know that the winners have now been chosen. Congratulations are in order to:
Well done to the lucky winner, we’ll be in touch soon. Sorry to those who missed out, be sure to check back for more great competitions!
Old Competition Post
We recently reviewed Camtasia for Mac and I’m pleased to announce that we have one copy to give away!
I gave it a strong 9/10 in my review and had this to say:
Camtasia for Mac is an excellent application that allows you to make professional screencasts with relative ease. The selection of effects and processes is good, while the options for recording cover every possible need.
Read on to find out how to enter!
A few weeks ago I reviewed ScreenFlow, a superb app that’s marked out as one of the best screencasting apps available. Today I’m going to review the other app that stands out as one of the best, Camtasia 2.
Camtasia is more well-known as a powerful screencasting app for the PC, but Camtasia for Mac is its almost fully featured counterpart built to run seamlessly on OS X. If you’re looking for a professional screencasting app, hopefully I can help you choose the right one for you.
Let’s take a look at Camtasia!
Various screencasting and screen-recording tools are available for the Mac, and we have covered these previously in a fairly extensive roundup. Today I’ll be taking a look at a new kid on the block – Camtasia.
Designed by TechSmith, Camtasia is a long standing screencast application for Windows that has recently made the move across to OS X. It costs $99, and is aimed at making the process of recording a screencast as simple as possible. I’ll be looking at the various features on offer, and drawing a few comparisons to ScreenFlow, another competing screencast application.