ScreenFlow is an easy to use app that allows the user to record the user and the user's screen, and edit the video. Although ScreenFlow is easy, I will be giving a tutorial to help anyone looking to use ScreenFlow to be able to work the basic necessities of ScreenFlow.
ScreenFlow is easy to use and I will be listing the basic, but important parts of my video below. The first thing in ScreenFlow that the user will need to know is how to split or cut a clip. To split a clip, click the red box with three dashes. Splitting clips can allow the user to delete, transition, and other ways edit clips down to a tenth of a second. Callouts are helpful because they point out where the user's mouse is, somewhere specific on the user's screen, or blur the location of the user's mouse or screen. Nearly every video will need text boxes, whether is be a title or just to add in something that the user didn't say in the recording. Annotation properties are helpful because they point out, box in, or circle anything, meaning that is has many different uses. Adding media will help with drawing in the attention of the viewers with music, adding pictures, or adding other recordings or other.
ScreenFlow is helpful for anything that the user needs to record, the most frequent example being Youtubers. No matter what video a Youtuber is making, they need to record at least their screen, if not their faces as well. ScreenFlow will help anyone with a compatible device to record their screen and/or faces.