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Earlier today, Telestream released the latest version of ScreenFlow, the screencasting software designed for Mac. This version, 3.0, delivers OS X Lion compatibility, support for new Lion features, and new content creation and workflow tools.
According to Barbara DeHart, vice president of marketing at Telestream, "ScreenFlow 3.0 allows software developers, trainers, educators, and bloggers to quickly and efficiently capture, edit and create amazing video tutorials, promos, and training videos that enhance the learning experience and online product demonstrations."
The software now takes advantage of the OS X Lion platform, bringing support for Automatic Save, overlay scroll bars, and full screen functionality for both editing and playback.
ScreenFlow 3.0 brings some new efficiency tools, including the ability to group and ungroup clips, which makes organizing media for larger, more complex projects a lot easier. Audio improvements now allow users to instantly see the effects of volume changes in the timeline, remove background noise, and maintain smoother volume levels throughout their videos. The new release also includes an iPad preset, as well as the ability to publish video directly to Vimeo.
ScreenFlow 3.0 is available for $99. An upgrade from version 2 to version 3.0 is available for $29 and an upgrade from version 1 is available for $49. For more information, a free trial, or an online purchase, visit Telestream. ScreenFlow is also available for purchase through the Mac App Store.
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