The Camtasia Relay team spends most of its development time adding and improving capabilities for people creating videos. We always try to balance the creation of new features for users and system administrators with our overriding goal to keep the recording process as easy to use as possible. That’s why we are pleased with the very positive feedback we’ve gotten from customers about how easy Camtasia Relay is to use, as well as the many great suggestions for future improvements and enhancements that we have received.
We’re aware that many customers are seeing fast adoption within their schools and businesses. Because of that, much of the development effort for our current release, Camtasia Relay 4.3, is aimed at providing Camtasia Relay administrators tools to see what is happening on their Relay server.
The updated Camtasia Relay dashboard now contains an easy-to-read graph showing administrators how many recordings are being processed by their server at any one time by simply selecting a date range or a single day to view. This provides the ability to graphically see peak usage times and if recordings are queued up on the server. In addition to server usage, the updated dashboard includes graphs showing average file sizes for each encoding type produced, as well as average encoding times for each profile on the system. This information provides essential information for administrators to plan for current and future needs.
In addition to the cool new dashboard, we’re also providing system administrators with some detailed usage information about individual users, all in one easy view on the user setup page. Some of this information had been available in event logs or buried in the database, but it is now easily exposed on one page.
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While this release of Camtasia Relay is focused towards system administrators, the team is working on new capabilities that will appeal to all users. Stay tuned, and we’ll keep you posted!
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