With ScreenFlow you can record the contents of your entire monitor while also capturing your video camera, microphone and your computer audio
The easy-to-use editing interface lets you creatively edit your video, and add additional images, text, music and transitions for a professional-looking video.
The finished result is an MPEG-4, QuickTime or Windows Media movie, ready for publishing to your Web site, blog, or directly to YouTube or Vimeo.
Highest Quality Recording
ScreenFlow has the best screen capture available – even on Retina Displays.
Record Everything, Edit Later
ScreenFlow's advanced algorithms only encode areas of change on your screen, so you can capture your entire screen with the highest quality and keep your file sizes low.
Optimized for Mac OS X
ScreenFlow makes extensive use of the best of Mac OS X technologies:
Need to record a webinar, and don’t want to stick around till the end? With ScreenFlow’s Recording Timer feature, now you can set the duration of time (in minutes and seconds) you want ScreenFlow to record. When the time period has elapsed, ScreenFlow will stop recording and launch the editor window.
Pause Screen Recordings
If you want to take a break during a long, continuous screencast, you can easily pause and resume during the recording process. Your finished screencast will appear as a single clip on the timeline.
Once your screen capture is complete, you're transported to the ScreenFlow editor. ScreenFlow lets you easily add zoom & pan effects, trim clips, add drop shadow & reflection, adjust audio levels, etc. The intuitive interface makes editing your screencast easy and intuitive, so you can focus on the creative work of telling your story.
Multi-layer Track Editing
Create multi-layered tracks in your editing timeline to manage your video and audio clips, images and text. Easily reorder, delete and resize the height of your tracks; group clips together for easy movement; insert or remove gaps between clips.
Make even the most complex projects more manageable. With a single click, ScreenFlow’s nested clip feature lets you merge multiple elements into a single (nested) clip whose content can be accessed and edited on a separate tabbed timeline.
Very complex sequences can be encapsulated in a nested clip, which keeps your project organized and makes it easy to create re-usable elements. Nesting also provides another form of clip grouping; you can apply video filters and actions such as speed changes, color correction, or effect filtering to a nested clip, giving you a powerful mechanism to join existing content.
Screen Recording Highlights
During your screen capture, ScreenFlow tracks where your mouse cursor is. This allows you to add mouse click effects and adjust the size of the mouse pointer. You can also choose to display any keys pressed during your screen recordings. Show Keys Pressed feature now enables more control over the look of the keystroke display onscreen.
Callouts let you highlight and focus in on the mouse, the front-most window, or any on-screen content. Freehand Callouts let you draw directly onto your screen with a paint brush or rectangle tool. Blur out sensitive data or create a highlighted box around the content you are calling out.
Video Annotations lets you draw circles, squares, lines and arrows over your video content. Because Annotations appear as a separate layer on your timeline, you can then animate them using video actions, or add transitions such as fade in/out.
ScreenFlow introduces actions to the editing interface. These make it very quick and easy to modify parameters of your screencast over time. For example, adding a video action lets you put zoom & pan effects on your clips, while the audio action lets you adjust volume at different points in your screencast.
New! Add More Transitions
Buy new packs of transitions to add a creative flair to your videos. Once purchased, these packs appear in the ScreenFlow Transition Inspector, organized by name. Organize and mark your favorite transitions for easy access through the Favorites list. Learn more
Chroma Key Support
Transport yourself to a new studio or location using ScreenFlow’s high quality Chroma Key filter. Replace your green (or any color) background with your own video or still image background with a single click.
Video & Audio Filters
ScreenFlow now has support for a vast array of built-in filters to add more audio control, and added effects to videos andimages. Audio effects include EQ, multiband compression, peak limiting, anddelay. Video effects include advanced color adjustments, distortion effects, blurring, alpha mask, color effects, and more.
Clip Speed and Freeze Frames
Individually adjust the speed of your clips. If you need a segment to last a little longer, or want to demonstrate a time-lapse of your screen recording, you'll ﬁnd the high-quality video & audio speed adjustments a powerful addition to your toolbox. You can also freeze a single frame of your video, to adjust to the pace of the audio, for example.
Powerful Audio Controls & Edits
Audio filters such as remove background noise and smooth volume give you greater control over the quality of your audio. Detach an audio track from the video to edit audio and video separately, or select Audio Ducking to automatically lower background music whenever a voice over plays.
Closed Caption Support
Add closed captions to all your movies. Use ScreenFlow’s caption editor tool to add, edit and publish ADA Compliant soft subtitles as caption tracks to your MPEG-4 movies (suitable for playback with an iPhone & iPad) and YouTube videos. Caption tracks can be created in multiple languages and can also be exported separately as an SRT file.
Dynamic Update of Media
Save time and eliminate extra steps when you refine media created outside of ScreenFlow. ScreenFlow will offer the option to ‘reload’ modified media. When reloaded, the asset will dynamically update in the library, timeline and canvas. (Not available on the Mac App Store version of ScreenFlow).
Paste a clip into an existing gap in the timeline
Insert a text clip, an annotation clip or any media in your library to fill an existing gap in the timeline. No need to adjust the size of your new clip to fit the available space – this handy feature does it for you.
ScreenFlow lets you share your screencast with the broadest audience to be viewed in any media player. ScreenFlow supports export to any QuickTime format, including H.264 MOV for playback in the Flash media player. It also supports direct export to Windows Media video with the Flip4Mac Windows Media component. The variety of export formats allows you to produce content for any user, regardless what media player they prefer.
Export Quality & Speed
ScreenFlow uses the popular x264 codec for significantly increased quality of H.264 exports. x264 encoding in ScreenFlow also offers significantly faster encoding. ScreenFlow 4.0 runs as a fully 64-bit application under OS X 10.7 Lion and above which improves overall performance, memory usage, export speed, and scalability.
ScreenFlow comes with a number of preset export settings for optimal quality (such as Web, iPhone, iPad export setting and more). You can also create your own customized settings and save them for future use.
More Publishing Options
Export your screencast directly to YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Dropbox or Facebook from within ScreenFlow. When you are done editing your screen recording, simply select "Publish To.." from the menu and choose your chosen destination. Publishing to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook options will upload your exported video directly to your channel or your Facebook page (or to any page or group you manage). The Google Drive and Dropbox publishing options upload your exported video to your drive or storage area for sharing with others. You can choose to publish your video publicly or add authorization for a controlled distribution to a selected group of people.
Improved! Upload Manager
Work even faster when you publish your YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Dropbox or Facebook videos. Your export will begin, and once complete, the upload will process in the background – allowing you to get back to editing on your timeline. Click the upload manager to view the progress and details of your uploads.
Publish to Flash
Convert your screencast to an all-in-one Flash video presentation, ready for easy upload straight to your website. The HTML, video and Flash player component are automatically created by ScreenFlow in a single step.
Export Windows Media* format
Purchase Flip4Mac Studio or Studio Pro HD, and you can export your videos using Windows Media directly from the export menu using WMV and WMA codecs.
*Please note: Because of Apple's Sandboxing restrictions, this feature is not available in the Mac App Store version of ScreenFlow.
Elgato Turbo Integration
Full integration with Elgato Turbo H.264 hardware allows for speedier exports of your H.264 movies. (Not available on the Mac App Store version of ScreenFlow).
Export part of the time line
You may want to quickly test your export settings or export only a select portion of your screencast. You can do this easily by choosing just the section of your screencast you want to export. You can also choose to export only your audio track.
Save any frame of your ScreenFlow project as a PNG file with just a few clicks.