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05 September 2009 | Customer Gallery | Tags:
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Are you proud of the ScreenFlows you’ve created?

Then please share them here by adding your link in a comment. Please include:

  • a title,  and
  • a brief description of why you think it’s cool

To embed a YouTube video in your comment, copy your YouTube URL into your post normally and add the letter ‘v’ after “http”; do not create a clickable link!
Example: httpv://[your youtube URL here]

where you replace the brackets and info in the brackets with your own YouTube link, such as:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWfksMD4PAg


59 Responses to “Show Off!”

  • 1 admin Says:

    how about this:

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    Frank Lowney Reply:

    Alternatively, you can set the opacity of the entire clip to zero and then use video actions to bring the video up to 100%. This way, you can use “curve types” to smoothen the effect.

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  • 2 Laurent Rathle Says:

    A tuto I’ve made on Second Life :)

    It’s the one which has been the most watched among those I’ve done :))

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  • 3 luke Says:

    cool

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  • 4 Drew S Says:

    I use ScreenFlow to create educational screencasts for Mac users.
    Here is one of the more popular lessons for iMovie ’09 and it’s beat markers feature.
    Many many more Mac tutorial videos are available at http://www.themacu.com

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  • 5 ScrappyDew Says:

    We do video tutorials for the scrapbookers out there. The only thing not made in ScreenFlow was the music. Just love this program. Many viewers comment on how clear it is and how they love the spotlight mouse effect.

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  • 6 Frank Lowney Says:

    I’ve been experimenting on ways and means to visually talk about the iPhone and iPod touch. A weak point is illustrating the cursor. Since there isn’t a visible cursor on screen, I expect to have to animate this in post.

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  • 7 Kevin deLaplante Says:

    I sell downloadable logic and critical thinking video tutorials on Logic-Fu.com. All the tutorials are made with ScreenFlow. Here’s a video (made with ScreenFlow) that walks visitors through the purchase and download process, and describes how to use the downloaded product.

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  • 8 Kevin M Jackson Says:

    We just started using Screenflow to record short demonstrations of our Atomsphere Integration Platform. Showing people how an integration between two pieces of software works is a lot easier than explaining it. This video uses a bit of Flash, for the intro piece, but everything else, including the editing, was done in ScreenFlow. The new ducking feature and ability to share recordings between projects increased our time to production dramatically with the 2.0 product.

    We host the video on our site -- here’s the link:

    http://www.boomi.com/resources/demos/dynamics_salesforce

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Kevin, very impressive.

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  • 9 Alan Petersen Says:

    Not just for screencasts. I used Screenflow with the webcam to record things beyond the monitor like…

    P.S. check out the nifty “hide desktop” feature turned on to well…hide my messy desktop. Loving that new feature!

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  • 10 Scott Skibell Says:

    Here’s a quick tutorial that talks about incorporating iMovie green screen effects together with your screencasts. It’s a great way to differentiate your screencasts.
    http://www.macscreencasting.com/green-screen-video-in-screencasts.html

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Excellent tutorial Scott. Thanks for sharing!

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  • 11 Mac Maestro Says:

    I Created a Quick Video Tour for my website using screenflow and it looks and sounds amazing!

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  • 12 Greg DeVore Says:

    Created this video in a single afternoon with Screenflow 2. Used Keynote, PNGs, transitions, text boxes, video actions, screen recording properties, call out actions, pretty much the full toolkit.

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Thanks for sharing this Greg. This is a very professional and well-thought out demonstration. A great example for our gallery.

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    Mitchell Reply:

    I use both ScreenSteps and ScreenFlow at work. Both amazing applications!

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    Jill Reply:

    Here, here. ScreenSteps and ScreenFlow are the perfect pair for written documentation and video screencasts.

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  • 13 Frank Lowney Says:

    With an “Introduction to Screencasting” workshop for faculty at my institution coming up next week and the need to provide examples, I put together the following set:
    http://hercules.gcsu.edu/~flowney/screenflow/
    It also served as a way for me to become more conversant with some of the major new features in ScreenFlow 2.x.

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  • 14 Lorna Costantini Says:

    I used Screenflow, Keynote and the Flip video camera to produce an information video explaining the Niagara Catholic Parent Reaching Out Project. Blog post link http://tinyurl.com/yeu9gtv and a link to the screencast
    http://www.ourschool.ca/NiagaraCatholic/Pilotintro.html

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  • 15 Turtleknife Says:

    Created 8 similar videos for my client. I used keynote and screenflow to create many flash-like movements in the series. I love angling and distorting the screens for more interesting close-up shots.

    I wrote the script in keynote while building the actions. Then I recorded the entire script in garageband and exported the audio file. Then I recorded the keynote actions using screenflow (no audio) without concern for time spacing because when I started the screenflow project I simply imported the audio file and started matching the image movements to my audio track using freeze frame, clip time adjustments, and cutting/pasting.

    Both music tracks in this audio were also made in garageband by combining a few loops.

    I don,t think I have ever enjoyed working on video projects as much as I have now with screenflow. (I have prob made about 200 on my PC before I added a mac recently. Needless to say, I am very happy with my mac (and screenflow). So thanks for a great product.

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Thanks for the great example, with description, Turtleknife. It’s helpful to hear how you and others create your screencasts. Nice work

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  • 16 Robb Says:

    Ok…im sure i wont win any awards…but I did create this video on my home page. I especially like that i figured out by default that a title page would be good and an “outro” would be good too as I was trying to fudge youtube a bit to buy me more time before all their ads come up.

    I do realize the audio isnt the best…need to learn that.

    By the way…I would love to see Telestream come up with some kind of hosting solution using S3 or some other option. I know the camtasia folks have that which i do use when using Jing (hint..another idea)…

    Currently i did move away from youtube to eliminate linkleaks….and went with the WordPress video service now called videopress…which i must say is pretty robust for 50bucks a year.

    Anyways…keep up the good work and I will keep up learning how to be rock stars like all the folks out there.

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  • 17 Robb Says:

    Ok…goofed that up….maybe Ill try a different link….How about this:

    [wpvideo 7lVM7EFZ]

    If that doesnt work..then check out the full page and video at http://www.forsalebyownernation.com

    Regards,
    Robb Novak

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Thanks @Robb for the submission. I like the text treatment of you did in the intro. (With word “nation” looking like it’s being peeled from the page). Did you do that in ScreenFlow?
    Anyway, thanks again, and keep up the good work.

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    Robb Reply:

    Lynn,
    yes i did the whole thing in screen flow as my flagship entrance into this world. Addicting fun. Check out the new version where i went all out with some graphics and flyins…

    Robb

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  • 18 Ian Roberts Says:

    I work for a DOE National Laboratory, and we create software to allow information analysts to sort through large amounts of text information without having to read it all. It’s a pretty complex tool, and some analysts don’t have a lot of time to go to training classes, so I’ve been creating a series of short, task-focused videos for the tool.

    Everything except the company logo is done in ScreenFlow 2, recording Parallels running Windows XP. I record audio live using a Zoom H2 mic via USB connection. My favorite keystroke is apple-delete -- the ripple delete. I use it extensively to get rid of my ‘uhhs’ and other pauses. I also enlarge the cursor to 150%, turn on the click indicator, and add presence to my audio.

    The videos have been well-received by the audience and I look forward to making many more in ScreenFlow.

    http://in-spire.pnl.gov/videos/

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Nice tutorials, Ian. Thanks for sharing.

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  • 19 Oliver Says:

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  • 20 Manish Jain Says:

    We are using ScreenFlow to create tutorials for a windows based product (I know, I know!!!). We are using VMware in Unity mode and then using ScreenFlow to record the actions. Excellent results…we think.

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  • 21 Apollo Spiliotis Says:

    Hi, I’m the host+producer of the archiCADmonkey show, a video tutorial podcast about everything CAD and beyond for mac + pc + iphone.

    here’s my latest show:

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    apollo Reply:

    woops seems the link didn’t work

    http://www.youtube.com/user/archicadmonkey

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  • 22 Frank Lowney Says:

    ScreenFlow is often used for screencasting (focus is on applications being used) or Slidecasting (focus is on PowerPoint or Keynote slide show presentation). But there is more.

    Other kinds of presentation software is also fair game. Here’s an example :

    http://podcasting.gcsu.edu/4DCGI/Podcasting/GCSU/Episodes/2652/9084.mov

    This was done with “Timeline 3D,” from Bee Docs (http://www.beedocs.com/index.php), an application that cleverly enables chronological presentation with far more detail than can be achieved wit a traditional 2D timeline.

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  • 23 Mario Ajero Says:

    Piano Lessons with ScreenFlow

    I use ScreenFlow in conjunction with a Yamaha Disklavier Mark IV Grand Piano and a keyboard visualization program called “Classroom Maestro” by Timewarp Technologies to make media-rich piano lesson videos.

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  • 24 Marty Says:

    Okay gang, I see posting here has dwindled, but I for one love to see how others have used their videos, hence I am adding two here that I hope will incent others to post some as well. I am also open to any suggestions or questions about these productions.

    Ok this is a sales video I did for an article rewriting project. The video was quite long and I spent waaaaay more time on it than I normally do, but it was for a first-time client and I wanted to do well with it, because it involved sales copy, which was new for me.

    This other video was also made for a new client and was just as challenging because it is for a teacher’s resource, that was really outside of my world in terms of what they wanted to accomplish (ie NO selling). In addition, I the assignment was to improve an existing video which was basically a power point slide show with poor quality audio. So I had to rewrite based upon what I thought might be a better flow to the video and tour of the product, while editing out some of what I thought was either not useful, or could be better explained with visuals. Anyway, here is my first institutional video production:

    I am getting to the point now, where I think I must learn some After Effects so that I can make some of the images in such videos even more interesting. Either that, or I hope that screenflow updates some of the text features in the software so as to quickly create more interesting text effects.

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    Joseph Reply:

    Mary,

    In your Rewriter Pro video 1:09 into the video you change the perception of the image. Did you do that in ScreenFlow?

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  • 25 Raymond East Says:

    I use ScreenFlow daily and really enjoy it. I enjoy video production, but like most people I don’t have all of the After Effects skills down (yet!), so for me ScreenFlow is a great choice. These videos were created in ScreenFlow and Keynote (for animation). One of the ways I use ScreenFlow is to create a quality movie file of a Keynote presentation. Those of you who use iWork know that Keynote has tons of bugs that make it impossible to export a decent movie file. So what I do is just start a recording in ScreenFlow and play the slideshow. Then I compile screen recordings and animated parts from my presentations into what I like to think of as a more interesting tutorial or product overview.

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Thanks for sharing Raymond! Very nice work.

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    Oscar G Reply:

    How do you compile these into one? Are you saying you run one Keynote slide presentation and splice in other stuff?

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  • 26 Ryan Smith Says:

    Hi Lynn,

    I have been using ScreenFlow since May 2008 to create video tutorials for my website, RapidWeaver Classroom. These tutorials cover the RapidWeaver website design software, and I currently offer over 300 individual screencasts through the website. I wanted an all-in-one solution for recording, editing and exporting my screencasts, and I fell in love with ScreenFlow the first time I used it. When producing my tutorials, I capture the audio and my Desktop live at the same time. This was a decision I made early on, as it provides my viewers with a genuine feel, as if they were literally sitting in a room with me as I train them to use the software. It also allows me to use mistakes I make as teachable moments. Of course if I make a major mistake then ScreenFlow makes it easy to edit out that portion! :)

    I’ve included a screencast below as an example of what I do. Most of my tutorials are 5-15 minutes in length, and cover very specific topics.

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Very nice! Thanks for sharing Ryan.

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  • 27 Sean Says:

    Hey,

    Here’s a video I created using ScreenFlow.

    http://www.vimeo.com/22888188

    Thanks!

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Wow! Really nice. Very professional. Thank you for sharing.

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    Robert L. Reply:

    Lynn, perhaps you could reorder this page like a blog with the newest entries at the top. This was the third time to the page before I realized the latest videos were not in 2009 but actually more recent.

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  • 28 Wil M. Says:

    Using ScreenFlow For Daily P90X Health Workout Fitness Vlogs:

    Doing a daily vlog is fun and easy when I’m using ScreenFlow as my editing software because I’m able to import my video clips, music and upload it to YouTube.com from within the application. I do a screen recording to capture my custom desktop with the date, time and any special notes for my viewers.

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Great work Wil! Thanks for sharing :) The timelapse effect you gave to your video really adds a nice touch.
    (and I’m a p90X ‘grad’ also, so love to see someone else ‘bringing it’!)

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    Wil M. Reply:

    Thanks Lynn! I’m looking forward to ScreenFlow 3 and the new features. The transitions effects within ScreenFlow keep me excited about workout with P90X because their quick and easy to use.

    Congrats on being a P90X ‘grad’ I’m ‘Bring It’ everyday with ScreenFlow & P90X! :)

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    Wil M. Reply:

    Lynn, Do you have any idea when ScreenFlow 3 will be released or available? Thanks!

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    yes I do :) I can’t say a date, but we’re putting the finishing touches, and doing some final QA testing on it now.

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  • 29 Albert Says:

    I absolutely love Screenflow! I am a teacher and use it to create video tutorials for my students. Here is one I made that teaches you how to create a frame by frame animation in Flash. Everything was done in Screenflow, except for the first part, which was an animation done in Flash.

    I can’t wait for Screenflow 3 to come out. I’m looking forward to being able to use the new freehand callouts, video annotations, and audio quality control features. It would really make my workflow much faster, since I won’t have to use separate applications to create shapes, outlines, and to fix the audio… I can just do them directly on Screenflow!

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  • 30 Ray Says:

    This is the first of ten video tutorials I did for Roxio’s Toast 11. The animation with the toaster was created by taking the icon (drawn in Adobe Illustrator), splitting it up into layers, and compiling it in Adobe After Effects. The orange callouts were drawn in Adobe Illustrator, animated them using After Effects, and exported them with in RGB + Alpha to get the transparency. Then I took all of that and pieced it together in Screenflow!

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  • 31 Marty Says:

    Basically trying to create a 3D effect in Screenflow 3.0. First attempt, so I think there is room for improvement.

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  • 32 Ray East Says:

    DEVONsphere Express: An Introduction

    A recent overview screencast I did for the latest app in the DEVONtechnologies line. All animation was created in After Effects, and the post production was done right in ScreenFlow. The constant subtle movement was my attempt to make the video more dynamic since there really isn’t much happening on screen.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sg6gIh6WrdE&feature=player_embedded

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  • 33 Martin Says:

    Hi
    None of the links above work with the “V” after the http ?

    Here is the full link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtbMnoZiWNE

    Or maybe it works if you do this httpv://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtbMnoZiWNE

    but not if as instructions you pop in the V like this:

    But on the other hand I may have completely misunderstood.

    Ok this is my second video with Screenflow I used to use camtasia. Screenflow is WAY better, What a product.

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    Joseph Reply:

    You are using your hands a bit too much in the video. It’s kind of distracting.

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  • 34 Joseph Says:

    I make training videos for my school district.

    I use ScreenFlow to screencast, but I do my voice overs and other effects in iMove or FCPX.

    Here is an example of one:
    http://vimeopro.com/sanjuan/cibs

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    Ray East Reply:

    Very nice! Very high quality work.

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  • 35 Ray East Says:

    Here are a couple of our recent screencasts.

    As a general rule, all of the screen capture and final editing is done in ScreenFlow. Motion graphics were composed in Adobe After Effects.

    Introducing MoneyWiz for Mac

    This screencast was a lot of fun, especially the motion graphics at the end. But due to the length, it proved to challenging to find a solution for the background music.

    Deskscribble for Mac

    Probably one of the most interesting screencasts we’ve done, production wise. The ‘time lapse’ at the beginning was done by removing the cursor and speeding up the footage. The same goes with the end where you see the App Store icon. I just cut out the drawing process. However, since we were using a Wacom tablet, it was difficult to make the cursor movement natural and smooth.

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  • 36 Chris Says:

    I used ScreenFlow to show how to use the Russian Verb Conjugator on our webpage http://www.russlandjournal.de

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