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Win A Copy of Camtasia Studio 6.0 from GottaBeMobile.com

camtasiastudiopackage Techsmith has recently released the new version of their excellent screen recording software which we use all the time here at GottaBeMobile.com. Camtasia Studio 6.0 offers some exciting new features including:

  • HD-quality video for the web (new H.264-based format)
  • Independent audio & video editing
  • Time-saving hotkeys
  • Import and edit MOV files
  • 3D tilt effect
  • Finer control over effects timing
  • Screencast.com preset for easy uploading
  • Rebuilt Recorder

Thanks to the good folks at TechSmith we’ve got two licenses to give away for two lucky GBM readers. So, here’s your chance to snag a copy of Camtasia Studio 6.0 from GBM.

There are two ways to win your copy of Camtasia Studio 6.0

  1. Produce a video (no more than 5 minutes) telling us how you would use Camtasia Studio 6.0. Post it up on your video service (YouTube, Blip, etc Preferably on a service and in a format that we can embed on the site when we announce the winners). Leave a comment to this post with a link to your video.
  2. If you can’t cobble together a video and Camtasia Studio 6.0 would be your way of doing so in the future, leave a text entry (no more than 300 words) in the comments to this post. Tell us what you how you would use Camtasia Studio 6.0.

We’ll give away one license for a video entry and one license for a text entry. (You can’t do both. Submit either a text or a video entry.) Entries must be posted by Midnight Mountain Standard time on Wednesday, November 19, 2008. We’ll post up the winners on November 26.

Winners will be chosen randomly from all those entrants submitted by the deadline.

Good luck and have some fun.

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18 Comments

  1. Vic

    11/13/2008 at 3:40 am

    Uploading(one button)to YouTube would be my suggestion. Any creative individual or company could post thoughts or ideas.

    Vic

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  2. Utkarsh Seth

    11/13/2008 at 6:32 am

    I am a HUman computer interaction person and I do usability studies all the time. Being a student has never allowed me to buy a license and I keep installing reinstalling the trial version of it. Sometimes I have to use other PCs to instal when mine doesnt work.

    It is an amazing piece of software and helps me pretty much all through my semester. Doing prototype studies, screen grabs for usability analysis and later clipping the videos to produce presentation videos.

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  3. Janne

    11/13/2008 at 11:40 am

    I would definitely use it to produce software instructions videos for the users at our company. It seems like a great software, I have heard only good things about it.

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  4. emreoracle

    11/13/2008 at 3:19 pm

    I am working as a Oracle Consultant. My clients always want to see how to use the software. Camtasia is a great tool to facilitate user learning. It is also great I can edit my recording add sound etc. There is no limit for your creativity with this product. It is lifesaver for me.
    There are other products in the market. I tried couple of them. Camtasia is far way from its competitors. It is more consistent, no blue screen, great screen quality. I always used it, I will use it

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  5. Stephen Hetrick

    11/13/2008 at 7:15 pm

    I own a small business and wanted to produce a Powerpoint presentation with narration that could be posted to my website. After creating the Powerpoint and recording the narration, I found out that unlike Apple’s Keynote, Powerpoint does not offer the ability to save your file to flash or an MP4 file. After realizing this, almost buying a Mac, then doing some research, I found Camtasia. I downloaded the trial software and it worked great. I plan on buying the software, but winning it would be better. With its screen recording capabilities, I will produce educational and how to videos.

    Thanks for the contest.

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  6. Jeremy Jones

    11/13/2008 at 7:27 pm

    I have been using a program that only exports as flash. I then have to convert it over for editing. Having the ability to add past mov files and exporting to mov would be save a lot of time.

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  7. rbushway

    11/14/2008 at 7:15 am

    test comment

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  8. Stuart

    11/17/2008 at 5:11 am

    I’m a software consultant and I would use Camtasia Studio for several purposes. I would use it in testing and debugging, so that if someone needs to see exactly what I did, they can see it. With the callout feature I could highlight and explain choices and options along the way. I have found this to be so much easier visually than trying to explain it with words, even when screen shots are involved. Also, because some of my co-workers are off-site, I can send them screen recordings also.

    It makes for remembering what others show you very easy also. I can simply let them show me something once on my laptop and then if I forget it all or my notes are incomplete I can simply play it back to remember it. I am lucky enough to have Snag-it and use it everyday. I am sure that if I had Camtasia Studio I’d use it a lot and would be able to assist others by letting them see exactly what I am doing even if they are not there physically with me. Being able to use it and show it's usefulness will hopefully convince the enterprise to consider purchasing it for everyone.

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  9. Jane

    11/18/2008 at 1:12 am

    Here's my entry into the Giveaway: Blip.tv and Youtube or http://blip.tv/file/1480950 or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COc863cDSL0. :) Thanks for doing this!

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  10. andrew

    11/19/2008 at 7:24 am

    I'd use it at work (on my new tablet pc) to hopefully wow the boss with a demonstration of new software which I think we NEED to buy full licences for :)

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  11. Amitai Rosenberg

    11/19/2008 at 8:42 am

    I'm a hobbyist software developer, although I'm currently working on a maybe consumer product.
    With Camtasia Studio- the user experience can be a lot better. I can record screencasts of tutorials- and show the user their way around the program.
    Another usage of Camtasia Studio can also be editing my videos, from home, parties and trips. That way I can produce very nice videos.
    Thanks a lot!

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  12. Candy

    11/20/2008 at 4:58 am

    Hi I am cand from Philippines. I am in enterprenuer that doing buying and selling stuff. that I am always do profosal to other people that what product I am selling. Instead i am using it to tell it to them many times.. I did record my Product through slide show and record my voice and explain to them how my product are great, Instead keep saying it and tell it to them some others I forgot but then after i find out this camtasia .. My Job get more easy because I just let them sit down and relax and listen and watch my record and I did put it in Cd's and give it to them and others I show them my laptop and put the headset and they would see how things it was work. that they were be amazing..
    and they said they like it and they ask me How i did it? so from then I have lots of customer I train how to used camtasia for free 30 days trial it was great however most of them sign up and they like it to used it. This is great .. Try it. for sure Your job would be easy ..

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  13. Rose

    11/20/2008 at 5:03 am

    check it out .. http://www.gottabemobile.com/2008/11/12/win-a-cop
    this is why i used camtasia and explain it to them all at Once .. tnx god bless

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  14. candy

    11/20/2008 at 5:07 am

    I wanted to enter the video contest and here is my link..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQgXwPmsrCY or in Youtube. Thank you

    Reply

  15. robphy

    11/20/2008 at 6:52 am

  16. Evan Brammer

    11/20/2008 at 9:42 am

    I am a person of multiple personalities: I am a father, a husband, a teacher, a basketball coach, and I am a pastor. As well, I lead weekly training sessions with my colleagues on how they can integrate the myriads of free technologies into the classroom as we all minister to our students.

    I can see great benefit in using Camstasia to record my training sessions and post them to my blog so that the teachers could later try out and practice the tools that I taught them.

    It would be awesome to work plays on my tablet, recording them and showing them later to my basketball players so they can better visualize their game.

    It would be fantastic if I could work through grammar lessons on my tablet, recording them, and then posting them to my blog so that absent students would not fall behind.

    It would be great. It would be awesome. It would be fantastic. If only it were on my tablet.

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  17. Greg

    11/20/2008 at 12:19 pm

    I would use Camtasia Studio to create training videos for my company as well as for recording demos / webcast trainings.

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  18. Janne

    11/27/2008 at 7:46 am

    Hi! Where is the name of the winner posted?

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