Telestream has released a major new update for users of its advanced screencasting software, ScreenFlow. Version 4.0 brings tons of new features and improvements, including nested clips, media library organization tools, closed caption support, MP4 export, and more.
ScreenFlow users can now merge multiple elements into a single (nested) clip on the timeline, as well as access and edit nested content on a separate tabbed timeline. As a final touch, they can apply filters and video actions to nested clips.
The update delivers an array of organization tools for those who keep a media library that’s packed to the rafters with content.
With these tools users are promised easier navigation of the clips, new search capabilities, new criteria by which clips are arranged, and the ability to select a clip and see where it's used in their timeline.
Closed Caption support has been added with options to add, edit and publish ADA-compliant soft subtitles as caption tracks to YouTube videos and MPEG-4 movies. Speaking of which, you can now export in MPEG-4 format too.
Users can create captions in multiple languages themselves, and export those captions as standard SRT files.
Furthermore, users can replace the green background with their own video or still image background, and there are some core image video and audio filters to be had as well.
The app is now fully-supported on 64-bit computers with OS X 10.7 Lion and above installed.
“ScreenFlow 4.0 runs as a fully 64-bit application under OS X 10.7 Lion and above which improves overall performance, memory usage, export speed, and scalability,” says Telestream. Other key enhancements are listed below.
Optimized, high quality, full-screen recording on Retina displays;
Fully optimized to record up to full 2880 x1800 resolution with low file sizes;
Uses the OS X built-in color management system for increased the fidelity of preview and export videos;
Hundreds of bug fixes as well as improvements in memory usage and general performance.
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