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ScreenFlow: The iTunes of Screencasting

Fraser Speirs:

“Tweak it afterwards” makes it sound lightweight. It’s not. In other screen recording software, such as Snapz Pro X, you define a region of the screen to be recorded and if a dialog pops up somewhere you didn’t expect, you start all over again. ScreenFlow does away with all that: you record the entire screen, and zoom in or crop the video later. That alone justifies the application for me. You can also add highlights such as cursor circles, click targets and sounds and keystroke overlays—all automatically and all after the fact.

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Check out this the link below from Don McAllister, the man behind http://www.screencastsonline.com. He discusses his workflow and compares it to ScreenFlow, it is a good read and comes from probably "the master" of screencasts on osx

http://blog.screencastsonline.com/scoblog/?p=402

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