Create Great Tutorials, Videos & Web Shows with ScreenFlow
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If you are a Mac Owner and you want to:
1. Add video to your website
2. Add video to your wordpress site
3. Add your teachings or tutorials to your blog
4. Upload tutorials to your YouTube channel
5. Or create a web show like I did at YourConnectedLife.com
. . . then ScreenFlow is the most awesome tool to do the above tasks. Screenflow is about 99 bucks, its for Mac only. (If you are a PC user you would probably want to look into Camtasia.)
For me, by building my video presence online with tech tutorials for my audience, interviews, episodes and shows, I have been able to build my credibility, make more money and because of my online presence I have been hired for even more paying gigs (visibility increases the know-like-trust factor exponentially which leads to profitability). Super awesome! Everything that I have done online has been with the use of ScreenFlow - seriously, the best 99 bucks I have ever spent.
This course is for you if you are also trying to increase your presence online with video clips, interviews, tutorials etc and would like someone to point out the basic tools of ScreenFlow all in one place.
I have broken down ScreenFlow into byte-sized chunks of information so you have a resource on learning the basic tools so you can move forward quickly. Please note - I do not cover every detail of the more advanced concepts of ScreenFlow. This course is for those beginners and intermediate folks who are looking to produce awesome videos quickly.
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|Section 1: Get to know Screenflow|
What ScreenFlow is and an overview of the tools
0:44 How to select a clip to use the menu
1:02 Video Action menu
1:33 Audio Menu
2:24 Annotation Menu
This lecture explains where to click on your screen to start and stop recordings
0:05 How to Shorten a clip
0:35 Why I would shorten a clip
1:11 How to shorten multiple clips at one time
|Section 2: Create a Simple Video|
1:05 Finding a recording in my 'Finder' to drag over
2:10 Dragging a JPG into ScreenFlow
0:20 Start by highlighting a clip
0:25 Where the 'Detach Audio' function is located
0:19 What a Split Clip looks like
0:26 Why you would need to split a clip
1:34 An example of splitting a clip
0:15 Where the text box menu item is located
1:11 How to align the text
1:49 Changing the text color
1:17 Changing the color of your arrow
1:45 Changing the coloring of your arrow
3:29 Changing the endpoints of an arrow
Add action to your clips
|Section 3: Saving/Uploading Final Video|
0:19 Where to give your file a name and place to store
0:18 Where to find the Export function
0:21 The exact place to upload your exported videos to YouTube
|Section 4: Properties Menu: Video Properties|
0:33 How to reposition a photo that does not fit into the frame
I cover the 2 different locations where you can crop your videos and pictures
Create reflections of text and/or pictures in this video
0:26 Where to locate the color control function in the menu bar
Introduces Color Adjustment, Distortion Effect, Blur, Color Effect, and Stylize
|Section 5: Properties Menu: Audio Properties|
Adding Volume Functions
|Section 6: Screen Recording Properties|
Show Mouse Pointer and Using Opacity in the Mouse Pointer
|Section 7: Properties Menu: Callout Properties|
How to spotlight a section of your video
This section shows you how to spotlight and give a closeup of a certain area of your screen, this provides more clarity in your instruction. (1:00)
|Section 8: Annotations|
|Section 9: Using the Text Box|
Filling a text box with color
Outlining a textbox
Adding a backdrop to your text box
Filling Text with Color or an Image
|Section 10: Your Media Toolbar|
Exploring this area
This showcases how to use the data toolbar on the right to quickly grab media files and drop into your timeline.
Add a recording to this data bank
|Section 11: Grouping a series of clips together|
How I close out my web show with a grouping of clips I call an 'outtro'
Using ScreenFlow and YouTube together for an advanced outtro (or grouping)
|Section 12: Transitions|
How to softly bring a video up to your audience
Add a starting transition
Add an ending transition
How to add a starting and ending transition at the same time
|Section 13: Moving Clips to a New Document|
How to use copy and paste within Screenflow
|Section 14: Power of the Zoom function for editing|
|Section 15: Adding your ScreenFlow video to your Blog|
At 0:46 you will see exactly where to grab your link
Pasting code inside WordPress Blog
|Section 16: ScreenFlow's Preferences Menu|
An Exploration of Screenflow's Preferences Menu
|Section 17: Closing Thoughts|
Get your hands on practice with ScreenFlow right away so you can implement these tools and add in your own creativity. In a short amount of time, you will become confident in your ScreenFlow usage and be able to expand on your foundation.
I'm on a mission to connected the unconnected in work, home & life in order to create more independence, more productivity and more income. As a small business owner, local networking &was the quickest way to build relationships and find new clients quickly. While technology became my sidekick and the only way to leverage my business. Follow my lead and I'll get you connected. I have worked in technology and have created niche sites such as Your Connected Life and I Really Love Chocolate.