What is it?

Screenflow is an Apple screen capture application that enables the user to record everything on the screen, computer audio, video from a web camera, and audio from an attached microphone.

Key Features
  • User-friendly, intuitive, easy-to-use interface
  • Powerful video editing and annotation tools
  • Multiple video and audio tracks for bringing in other material and/or soundtracks
How does it work?

The first time that you open the application you will be asked to configure the record settings, choosing what you want it to record (screen, computer audio, web-cam and/or microphone).  You can go back and change these settings at any time.  Once you have done this you can begin recording.  When you are finished recording you can select “stop recording” from the taskbar.  you will then be able to edit the video that you just recorded.

Things to consider

This is an Apple software application only.  It is not available for Windows.

Uses as an Instructional Technology

This software can be used to create tutorials for anything that you would do on a computer.

You can use this program to create a picture in picture PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.

Users can create video presentations showcasing websites they find on a particular topic.

Resources at Wooster

Screenflow is installed on the lab machines and in the sound booth in the digital MEDIA lab (Taylor 205).

If you have questions about using Screenflow please contact your Instructional Technology liaison.