Screenflow is the premier screen-capturing software around. With full HD quality and lightning quick editing and exporting, it is know as the best. The quality of the screenflow resulting screen is sublime. Even when running multiple heavy duty tasks screenflow is capable of capturing that 1080p iMac with great ease.
What does Screenflow do?
Screenflow opens a small preference panel that lets you configure your recording, be it webcam, microphone or your Mac screen. Simply click the record button, wait five seconds and you’re on stage. It is mainly used for creating computer based tutorial videos by recording your screen activity along with face and narration, which you can then share with great easy online with friends and fans.
Moreover Screenflow is different from it’s competitors because it uses screen capture utilities by including a capable video editor. Once you’ve wrapped up your video, the video appears in an editing windows that looks a bit like Final Cut Pro or iMovie, only cleaner and feels much more intuitive. It supports multiple audio and video tracks, additionally clips can be split, trimmed, sped up and repositioned. On top of that you can create animated transitions and screencapturing editors such as enlarging a mouse or blurring a background.
ScreenFlow sets itself apart from other screen capture utilities by including a capable video editor. Once you’ve wrapped up your recording, the video appears in an editing window that is very similar to iMovie. (ScreenFlow’s user interface is cleaner and feels much more intuitive than iMovie, however.) As with most video editors, ScreenFlow supports multiple audio and video tracks, listed vertically, that flow left to right along a standard timeline. Clips can be split, trimmed, and repositioned, and like iMovie, ScreenFlow allows you to add animated transitions between clips. At the right of the video editor, you’ll find a collection of properties that let you configure different aspects of the clips you record. Video Properties let you resize clips, adjust opacity, or add a reflection, while Audio Properties allow you to adjust volumes, apply effects and remove background noise from a clip (which can effectively remove the hum of the computer often captured by the internal mic).