ScreenFlow 4.0 Sneak Peek: Reach New Audiences

23 October 2012 | Product News | Tags: , , , ,
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Check it out: ADA-compliant closed captions & MPEG-4 export:

Closed Caption support

  • Add, edit and publish ADA compliant soft subtitles as caption tracks to your MPEG-4 movies and YouTube videos
  • Create captions in multiple languages
  • Export captions as an SRT file

MPEG-4 export

  • Export faster, higher quality MPEG-4 files using the x264 codec

6 Responses to “ScreenFlow 4.0 Sneak Peek: Reach New Audiences”

  • 1 Ian Roberts Says:

    You’re knocking it out of the park for me with this release! This is another feature I’ve struggled with. I have clients I train who don’t necessarily have sound on their computers, and since I don’t have direct access to my company’s YouTube account, working with those captions has been a pain. Now I’ll be able to add my own captions and show them regardless of when I embed the files. You guys rock!

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Great to hear! Thanks Ian

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  • 2 Tamsin Slatter Says:

    Really looking forward to the new release. How soon do we get it??

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Patience, grasshopper… it won’t be long now.

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  • 3 Michael Says:

    Does Screenflow also allow importation of already created .srt or .sub files onto a subtitle track?

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    HI Michael, no, not at this time. But that’s a feature that has been requested by others, so we will consider this for a future release

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