Want a quick way to share your screencasts with others? Publish your exported ScreenFlow video directly to your Google Drive folder in just one step. Google Drive gives you a convenient place to store and share your screencasts. The Sharing/Privacy fields let you control who is able to view or download your screencast. The new upload manager will complete your upload in the background, so you can get back to work quickly.
Another option, publish your screencasts directly to your Dropbox account for a way to conveniently store and share your screencasts. The Dropbox upload places all your exports into a ScreenFlow folder inside the Apps folder at the root of your Dropbox account. Choose to make your content Public or Private to control who can access your screencast. When the export process is complete, the new upload manager will complete the Dropbox upload in the background so you can get back to work quickly.
Share your video on Facebook directly from ScreenFlow. The Publish to Facebook option exports and uploads your video to your Facebook home page, (or any of your Pages or Groups) in just one step. The Sharing/Privacy fields let you control who is able to view or download your screencast. The new upload manager will complete your Facebook upload in the background, so you can get back to work.
Work even faster when you publish your YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Dropbox or Facebook screencasts. 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.
More Transitions Options
Buy new packs of transitions to add a creative flair to your screencasts. 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.