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What's new in version 9 of iSpring Cam Pro video studio? In this article, you will find a full overview of the new features of iSpring Cam Pro 9.

Picture-in-picture screencasts

With iSpring Suite 9, you can record two videos at the same time: a screencast and a webcam video. You can show both streams together or easily switch between them. For example, help new hires to master an intricate app by adding your video comments to a screencast-based tutorial.

 

Software tutorials with visual hints

When you record a screencast, iSpring Suite automatically detects when you use hotkeys, click, and type, and adds visual cues for these actions to the video. You can show your learners how to use hotkeys, explain what each button is for, and teach how to use the app step by step.

 

Video-based courses with experts

With the new iSpring video studio, you can bring together videos,voiceovers, and photos, and merge them into a professional video course. For example, record a video with an expert and support it with text and graphics. Plus, you can pepper your video with helpful insets to highlight the key points and boost retention.

Interactive canvas — like PowerPoint slides

Now, you can add videos, images, text blocks, and shapes, and edit them on a canvas, just like in PowerPoint. Move and resize all the objects to find a layout that fits best for your project. For example, expand a video to full screen and focus learners’ attention on a charismatic instructor; or, hide a talking head video to show key findings on a topic.

 

Multi-track timeline for audio and video

There’s an unlimited number of tracks, so you can add as many layers as you need. With iSpring Suite 9, you can merge videos from multiple tracks, add audio, and even show two videos at the same time.

Don’t worry if you cough or misspeak while recording. You can cut out unwanted fragments or merge a video from several clips.

Title screen and annotations

Grab attention right from the first scene! Start a video course with a bright and compelling intro or add infographics at any point of your video. You can use images or create annotations, graphs, and captions right in the video editor.

 

Smooth transitions between scenes

Smooth out the transitions between videos, info slides, and photos. You can adjust transition effects to make the images ripple into videos, and videos smoothly flow back into images.

 

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