30th November 2012
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ScreenFlow v4.0 has recently been released with some great new features added to an already outstanding package.
This week's update show takes you through some of the top level new features, plus some additional hints and tips on how to make spectacular screencasts. I also take a look at using Keynote to create sophisticated animations and use the new Chroma Key feature in ScreenFlow to incorporate them into your ScreenFlow projects.
To learn more about the basics of ScreenFlow, check out the previous ScreenCastsOnline episodes 341- 344 or SCOtutor for ScreenFlow.
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|Upgrading to ScreenFlow V4.0||[1m 4s]|
|Nested Clips||[7m 38s]|
|New Cropping Controls||[1m 15s]|
|Using Keynote for Animations||[5m 37s]|
|Media Library Update||[3m 9s]|
|Closed Caption Support||[6m 18s]|
|New Core Video and Audio Filters||[2m 45s]|
Following on from the previous episode, this week I take a look at some of the editing features in ScreenFlow v5.
ScreenFlow v5 allows you to capture, edit, export and distribute video, all from a single application. Although primarily optimised for screencasts, ScreenFlow can handle most types of video projects.
ScreenFlow has been my tool of choice for creating screencasts since it was first released. Although optimised for screencast creation, it's actually a very competent and fully featured video editor, suitable for many different types of video production.
This week takes you through some of the first principles of the latest version of ScreenFlow - the recently released ScreenFlow 5.
This third and final part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch.
In this week's tutorial I take you through some of the more advanced aspects of iMovie including the different types of connected clips and special effects available. It's really easy to create some very impressive results with iMovie.
This second part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch, and follows on from last week by taking a look at creating your own movie projects.
iMovie has seen a lot of changes over the past few years, but the current version is the most advanced yet.
This first part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch, and leads off with a look at creating trailers - short, professionally produced videos with a punch.
I also take a look at a brand new feature for iMovie - iMovie Theater - a way to distribute yor clips and videos via iCloud to all your Macs, iOS devices and Apple TV.
Plex is a complete solution for local and online media. It's been a couple of years since I abandoned Plex and stuck with a rigid 100% Apple solution for my media playback, the main issue being playing content on the AppleTV.
However, recent developments in the Plex ecosystem has caused my to re-evaluate my stance and convinced me to return to Plex. Boy, has it changed and improved! Plus, it's now possible to configure your Apple TV to access your Plex Library, along with virtually every other device.
In this show, I take you through digitising personal media such as DVDs and Blu-Rays in preparation for creating your digital media library in Plex. I also demonstrate installing the Plex Media Server, and take a brief look at configuring your Plex Media Server and using various clients for playback.
Two parts to this week's tutorial - an update to Microsoft's SkyDrive service and the final instalment of ScreenFlow.
Microsoft SkyDrive - You need to act quickly to claim your 25GB of free storage if you have an existing account plus I show you the new Mac client.
ScreenFlow (Final Part) - Part 4 of one of the most requested subjects this week - ScreenFlow by Telestream.
ScreenFlow is the premier video screencasting tool, the main application I use to record, edit and encode the weekly ScreenCastOnline shows.
This is the fourth and final episode in a series of Screenflow tutorials that will enable you to become a screencast expert.
ScreenFlow v4 Update tutorial is also available to watch in Issue 6 of the ScreenCastsOnline Monthly
This issue is available for individual purchase as a back issue in the ScreenCastsOnline Monthly Magazine iPad App