ScreenFlow 8 is screen recording and video-editing software for the Mac that just keeps getting better and better. In fact, I use ScreenFlow to create pretty much all of the Mac-based video tutorials on my YouTube channel!

There are so many things to love about ScreenFlow 8. It’s:

  • powerful
  • flexible
  • easy-to-use
  • relatively inexpensive

In the video tutorial above, I focus on two amazing features in ScreenFlow 8 that will help you make your online course videos more engaging. These two features will also help you create your online courses faster!

The two features I demonstrate are ScreenFlow 8’s Video Actions and Templates.

HaveĀ a look!

 

Tools used to make this video (Affiliate links):

Camera: Sony a5100 Mirrorless Digital Camera

Lens: Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Silver) for Sony SE

Camera HDMI to USB 3.0 Capture: AJA U-TAP HDMI Simple USB 3.0 Powered HDMI Capture

Voice-Over Microphone: RODE NT-USB

Lights: VILTROX L116T CRI95+ Super Slim Dimmable LED Light Panel

Recording & Editing: Screenflow 8

 

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Michael Kinney

Michael is an award-winning media creator with 30 years of professional production experience. He's written, produced, directed, hosted, recorded, and edited a variety of media projects - from TV documentaries to interactive learning.

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