Broadcast Beat reports on the latest news from Telestream. ScreenFlow7.0 has been announced with a variety of new features.
Nevada City, California, August 1, 2017
– Telestream, a leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, today announced ScreenFlow 7.0 – the latest version of the company’s award-winning video editing and screen recording software for the Mac. ScreenFlow’s intuitive design makes it easy for educators, vloggers/bloggers, marketers, online trainers, app developers, gamers or any aspiring video producer to create high quality video content. ScreenFlow version 7.0
adds a variety of new features that give users more creative options, reduce the often-repetitive nature of video editing, and makes it easier than ever before to export videos.
ScreenFlow allows anyone to create professional-level video content with a built-in screen recorder and ability to capture live video from a camera. An intuitive and powerful editing interface and built-in export features enable direct uploads to the web or the most popular content hosting sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, Wistia, Google Drive or Dropbox. Professional editing features like animations, transitions, chroma key as well as easy to use screen recording and video or .GIF export make ScreenFlow a powerful, all-in-one video creation tool.
“Video is everywhere. It entertains us, informs us, and brings us closer together. With ScreenFlow anyone can be a content creator and join the Youtubers, small business owners, educators and content creators who are using video to educate, inform and entertain. Whether you are making home videos or creating professional content, ScreenFlow makes it easy to edit your videos, record your screen, and share with your friends, family, fans or customers,” said Scott Murray, VP marketing at Telestream.
With new animated text effects, ScreenFlow version 7 allows users to create eye-catching titles and graphics whether they are making fun home videos or creating highly polished professional content.
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