If you have previously used ScreenFlow, then quickly get up to speed on the top 10 new features of ScreenFlow 7.
- [Instructor] If you've used previous versions of ScreenFlow, then this movie is here to quickly bring you up to speed on the top 10 new features of ScreenFlow 7. Number one, the new dark theme user interface. The entire application has gotten a facelift with the new darker theme, which is easier on your eyes, while editing, and allows you to focus your attention first and foremost on your content. Number two, 60 frames per second timeline. If you're recording screencasts of game play or fast-moving motion, then this new feature will help you make more precise edits of your footage.
Number three, text animation effects. In the Text Properties panel, there are two new options for Build In and Build Out Animations. Each panel contains eight highly customizable text animation styles. Number four, kerning controls for text. Also on the Text Properties panel are new buttons for controlling the space between letters in your text. Number five, reverse clips. You can now select a clip on the timeline and make it play backwards with a single click. Number six, global media library.
You can now add media clips to a global library that can be accessed across multiple projects. Number seven, Spanish localization. If you're a native Spanish speaker, then you can now use every feature of ScreenFlow fully localized in your own language. Number eight, publish to Box.net and Imgur with new custom API links to those services. Number nine, mix to mono option in the Audio Properties panel lets you quickly center the pan of all audio tracks at one time. Number 10, custom hotkey mapping.
There is an entirely new Preference panel that gives you access to every menu item in the application and many other hidden features. You can now create, export, and import your own fully customizable keyboard shortcuts to control screen flow the way that you want to work. There are many more new features and I've tried to cover as many of them as possible throughout this course.
- 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
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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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