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September 22, 2016


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Kevin Siegel

Update: This article originally appeared in my skills & drills newsletter. Since then, I received a few emails (from Diane Peters and Larry Alexander) with an alternative method: Extending a frame: rght-click on the video in the Camtasia Timeline and choose “Extend frame."

Both Diane and Charles are correct, extending is faster than exporting/importing. However, during the project in question importing the frame worked better than extending the playtime (extending was fouling up the audio).

Thanks Diane and Charles for sending in the Extend alternative.

Anne Goldenberger

Just a note to say that in Camtasia 9.0.1 for the PC, this option is in the Share menu (Share > Export Frame As).

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