Screenflow 101 Tutorial Videos

Screenflow by Telestream is how I make tutorials and Screencast videos on my Mac. If you are on a Windows PC, try Camtasia.

The following three videos should get you up and running using Screenflow. There are a lot of bells and whistles in Screenflow, but learn the basics first. It’s a bit confusing at first, but once you get the big picture, it’s a piece of cake.

Tip: Always make sure your Screenflow is sized to 1920×1080 (or 1280 x 720) if you are on a Retina display. I made my first Skillshare class all sized to my Retina display of 2800 x1800 and had to resize it all after I was done editing! Don’t forget this step. Hopefully future versions will address this.

Video #1:
This is an intro to Screenflow. How to Configure Recording and record a simple Keynote presentation with voiceover. This tutorial does not cover editing in Screenflow.

Video #2:
How To Rename & Save Screenflow Project
How Change Document Settings to 1920×1080
How To Change New Document to 1080p Before Recording
How to Scale Video in Screenflow if on MacBook Pro Retina (larger resolution than 1080p)

Video #3:

Learn how to zoom in on tracks and the stage.
Learn the most powerful keyboard shortcuts and techniques for editing in Screenflow: Split Clips, Ripple Delete & Ripple Insert.Once I learned these in Screenflow, everything got easier.
The editing techniques in this tutorial is how I edit 99% of all my videos in Screenflow.


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