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Using Screenflow for Screen Capture Recordings

screenflow_icon.pngTelestream has a great product for capturing screen recordings called Screenflow.  If you are doing any type of video where you need to show viewers something from your Mac, Screenflow is the solution for you.  Whether it is recording a video that is playing, or if you are demonstrating how to do something on your Mac, Screenflow is the answer.

Screenflow is very easy to use, and for Final Cut Pro users, it comes quite naturally.  Exporting Lossless Quicktime movies is the way you can get your Screenflow recordings into Final Cut to be edited.  However the editing abilities of Screenflow itself will allow you to do an entire project actually in Screenflow.  You can even export directly to Apple TV, YouTube, or even Flash.  Screenflow will let you simultaneously record the screen and a second input.  The input can be either the internal camera, or you can add a camera to the mix.  The same goes for audio; you can record audio from an external source for better quality.

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If you have a need for this type of application, Screenflow has a free trial you can download from their website, so why not give it a try!

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