ScreenFlow 4.0.3 is now available

14 March 2013 | Product News
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shutterstock 93768454 640x414 ScreenFlow 4.0.3 is now available

With great fanfare and celebration, we are happy to announce the release of ScreenFlow 4.0.3 on both our website and on the Mac App Store.

With this release, we’ve fixed nearly 50 niggling bugs, including:

  • The inability to export to Windows Media using the Mac App Store version of ScreenFlow
  • A bug where splitting a clip removed a transition
  • …plus a few crashes that would occur in certain systems under certain circumstances.

For a complete list of changes in this release, view our release notes.

We continue to fight the good fight, eradicating bugs, and making ScreenFlow ever more stable and reliable.

I want to thank all our wonderful customers for taking the time to report and help us diagnose some of these issues.

Enjoy 4.0.3 and keep making great ScreenFlows!


5 Responses to “ScreenFlow 4.0.3 is now available”

  • 1 Susan Weinschenk Says:

    Is there a link to download?

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    Great question!
    If already own ScreenFlow 4, this is a free update. You will be prompted by the software to update. (or you can go to the ScreenFlow menu item and select “Check for updates”. )

    If you own ScreenFlow 3.x or earlier versions, this update costs $29. You will be alerted that there is an update available from within your current version, but you’ll need to purchase it to be able to use it without a watermark.

    If you’d like to download and try ScreenFlow for the first time, you can go to: http://dynamic.telestream.net/downloads/download-screenflow.asp?prodid=screenflow

    Thanks!

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  • 2 Robin Says:

    i am about to upgrade my screenflow 3 version to 4. explored the features and i am ready to do more with my screenflow :) thanks team.

    Rob.

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  • 3 Kenneth von Rauch Says:

    So, does it finally have the option to export as MP3 ?

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    Lynn Elliott Reply:

    No, sorry, I will log your comment into our feature requests for future consideration.

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