Telestream Has New Version Of ScreenFlow

New features include multiscreen recording, new editing tools and clip editor.

ScreenFlow 9 is Telestream’s latest version of the company’s video editing and screen recording software for the Mac. Built for marketers, educators, online-trainers, Vloggers, ScreenFlow has new editing tools, multiscreen recording capability, a new clip editor and high-resolution proxy editing workflow.

“The new features in ScreenFlow 9 focus on enabling users to create even more professional looking content that engages and retains viewers’ attention,” says Bryce Stejskal, Product Manager at Telestream. “Thanks in part to our passionate customer base, ScreenFlow continues to evolve to be the perfect communications tool for users wanting to communicate with video, while avoiding the complexities frequently associated with other video editing applications.”

ScreenFlow’s interface is developed specifically for Mac users whether they’re creating home movies or professional video.

New editing tools such as Hand, Zoom, Blade and Track Select are now in ScreenFlow. Users can switch cursor functions using hotkeys to make it easier to navigate the timeline, make quick track splits, and select entire layers in the timeline.

Proxy resolution editing can reduce demands on the CPU when editing high-resolution images. This allows users to edit more demanding content on less powerful systems without slowing down. When the project is ready to be published, the high-resolution images are used for maximum quality.

Media clips can now be previewed and trimmed to size before dropping them into the timeline. This streamlines the editing process by reducing adjustments to timeline sizing and viewing parameters.

With updated radar click effects, users can further customize their cursor looks adjusting the size, color, duration and blur during screen recording so viewers can more easily follow along.  The software also includes performance updates for the latest Mac OS, updated capture card support, thumbnail image improvements and manual media management features making it the most powerful ScreenFlow version yet.

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