Camtasia 2020 Studio timeline only up to 24 hours. How to show timeline beyond that?

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  • kayakman

    using Camtasia 2019 or 2020 ? then ...

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  • kayakman

    I'd recommend breaking the video project up into 1 Hour segments [use the Library], each segment edited separately

    will Camtasia successfully produce such a long video?  if so, wouldn't that take at least several days to produce?

     

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  • Graphicious

    Kayakman is right: you should break up your project into several smaller ones.

    Not only will it be faster and easier to edit, but also when producing, Camtasia takes up a lot of disk space and if it runs out or the project is too long, you may have to wait many hours to produce it and in the end you get a corrupted file.

    If you break it apart, you can then produce each piece and assemble them in a few clicks with Losslesscut (which stitches videos together without reencoding).

    Cristi

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  • rkim777

    Thank you, kayakman. I just got off of Chat with tech support and they don't go past 24 hours. I'll just do the math to add the video timestamps past 24 hours.

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  • rkim777

    Thank you, Cristi. I'll probably break up the video then.

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  • kayakman

    regarding your need for 25+ timeline indications ...

    make your own; I've only made 1 hour ones, but if the Windows timer goes past 24 hrs [looks like 99 hrs], and Recorder keeps working, this should help

    How To Make Stopwatch Library Asset Using Windows Alarm Clock App 2020-11-27
    https://www.screencast.com/t/JTVvUKPcKy6

     

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