The latest version of Telestream’s video editing and screen recording software for the Mac, ScreenFlow 7.0, is on show at IBC. The new version was designed to make it easier to export videos for users, including educators, vloggers/bloggers, marketers, online trainers, app developers or gamers.
Scott Murray, VP marketing, Telestream, said: “With ScreenFlow anyone can be a content creator and join the YouTubers, small business owners, educators and content creators who are using video to educate, inform and entertain. Whether you are making home videos or creating professional content, ScreenFlow makes it easy to edit your videos, record your screen and share.”
With version 7, users can choose from higher quality or quicker auto-export options and ScreenFlow will automatically pick the best settings, the company said.
Users in a hurry to publish could use Intel’s Quick Sync Hardware Accelerated Encoding, while those who want that highest possible quality can tap Multi-pass x264 encoding.
Custom export presets are also available.