Learn how to choose the appropriate frame rate for recording and editing your project. Learn how to take advantage of the new 60 fps timeline.
- [Instructor] Now that you have some experience with…the major types of edits, let's talk about frame rates.…In ScreenFlow, you can record at one, five, 15, 25, 30,…and this new highest setting, which is generally…60 frames per second or faster.…And you can edit at 30 or 60 frames per second.…But how do you know what's the right frame rate…to record at and to edit at?…Well, that's what we're going to look at in this movie.…
The first thing you should decide,…when you start a new project,…is what frame rate you want to edit at…and set it right away.…A great way to do this is to start off by creating…a new document and select your frame rate right here.…If you already have a project file created,…or you begin with your recording,…then you can click the frame rate button here…on the lower right to access the project settings sheet.…And the last option here is for your timeline frame rate.…
If you've used previous versions of ScreenFlow…then all of your projects have been…edited in 30 frames per second.…Now this is fairly common for most all…
- Working with the ScreenFlow user interface
- Customizing keyboard shortcuts
- Creating recordings
- Recording an iOS device
- Video and audio editing basics
- Creating accessible caption tracks
- Creating animations
- Adding motion to clips
- Using annotation
- Exporting and sharing your movies
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Creating Recordings
3. Editing with ScreenFlow
4. Audio and Video FX
5. Using Annotation
6. Exporting and Sharing Your Movies
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