Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 07

Mac software Telestream ScreenFlow

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 07: Export

Our desktop video project is pretty much over. Now, we are ready to export the project as a QuickTime movie. And we want to compress the video with H.264. For those who are not so familiar with such terms as frame rate, key frame, single-pass, multi-pass and audio sampling rate, let’s go over QuickTime export settings with H.264 once again quickly.   Continue reading

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 06

Mac software Telestream ScreenFlow

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 06: Audio

Let’s see. Last time, we added an introduction movie to our desktop video project. We also added an audio clip for background music. This background music is a bit too noise. In this video tutorial, we want to reduce its volume entirely. Then we want to add a fade-out effect before the frame where the audio clip abruptly ends.   Continue reading

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 05

Mac software Telestream ScreenFlow

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 05: Transition Effect

Let’s see what we have done so far. We recorded a desktop movie based on an existing PayPal phishing website. We then placed several Callout objects. In this video tutorial, we have three objectives.

Adding an introduction movie
Creating a custom transition effect
Adding an audio clip

ScreenFlow allows users to import video clips. That’s nice. But ScreenFlow doesn’t come with transition effects that are used to connect two separate videos. So we want to create a simple transition effect between an introduction movie and the recorded desktop video.   Continue reading

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 04

Mac software Telestream ScreenFlow

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 04: Editing

Last time, we recorded a desktop movie, using an actual PayPal phishing e-mail message. In this fourth video tutorial of the series, we edit this desktop movie. ‘Editing’ includes cutting unnecessary frames and adding Callout objects.   Continue reading

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 03

Mac software Telestream ScreenFlow

Video Tutorial: Making Desktop Video with ScreenFlow – 03: Recording

As we defined our work area in the last video tutorial, we are now ready to record a desktop movie. It’s true that all we do in this video is to press Command + Shift + #2 twice. We will use the desktop movie we record here to make an Internet security documentation video.   Continue reading