Show what you know with TechSmith's flagship products Camtasia and Snagit.
These products are workplace must-haves, especially in today's growing remote working environments. Camtasia® is a complete screen recording and video editing tool ideal for tutorials, sales and software demos. Snagit® lets you quickly capture images or videos of a process, add your commentary and then immediately share it.
Snagit: The most efficient way to communicate at work
With workplace technology changing at an accelerating pace, offices must work harder to communicate clearly and efficiently. By using screenshots and visuals created by Snagit, you can demonstrate and explain processes and concepts, reducing confusion. Get Snagit today and ensure clarity in every message you send or demonstration you do.
Powerful, easy-to-use features with Snagit
Snagit has features that make anyone a pro at image editing. Quickly edit screenshots and images. Combine them in pre-made, professional templates to create job aids and how-to documents. Need a video? Record your screen or combine images in videos with narration and visual markup. When you're done, save the images and videos as a file or share them straight to places like Google Drive, Slack, YouTube and more.
TechSmith's easy-to-use screen capture software solutions make it easy for anyone to create and share engaging content for better training, lessons, tutorials and everyday communication.
Create engaging video content.
Camtasia makes it easy to communicate your point and show others your vision. You’ll gain the ability to record your screen and import video and image content. Intuitive editing tools that use drag-and-drop functionality allow you to add transitions, animations, texts and callouts.
Video creation, simplified
Turn your ideas into captivating videos faster than ever before. This all-in-one screen recorder and video editor makes it easy to create software demos, tutorials, presentation recordings and training videos, even if you’re a beginner.
Camtasia is the very best tool you can use for screen casting, especially in relation to the amount of training you need to be up and running. Jay Bailey, CEO and Creative Director, RapidFire Consulting