Liverpool, United Kingdom – A new video tutorial app – SCOtutor for ScreenFlow – has just been released and is now available in both the Mac and iTunes Apps Stores. ScreenFlow is the ultimate video capture and editing package for creating screencasts. SCOtutor for ScreenFlow takes you through the basics of mastering ScreenFlow in a simple, easy to follow, logical structure. The video tutorial has been created by Don McAllister, one of the leading professional screencasters and is available on both the Mac and iOS.
“We are thrilled that Don McAllister has created this independent training video for ScreenFlow,” said Lynn Elliot, ScreenFlow product specialist at Telestream. “Don is an experienced screencaster who creates all his weekly ScreenCastsOnline videos using ScreenFlow. Don’s rich screencasting knowledge will help new and experienced users alike get the most out of their ScreenFlow product.”
All SCOtutor video tutorial apps contain a high resolution video tutorial, a dedicated video player, easy chapter navigation, subtitles and full AirDisplay support to give the viewer a fast track to learning how to use ScreenFlow.
SCOtutor for ScreenFlow:
The HD video tutorial runs for 105 minutes and covers 18 major subjects. Contains optional English subtitles displayed on screen for accessibility and non-native English speakers.
Suitable for all skill levels, the tutorial guides you through the many features of ScreenFlow, to enable you to create your own screencasts for training, marketing or promotions.
* Installation & Preferences
* Screen Resolutions
* Recording a Video Clip
* Using The Media Panel
* Using The Canvas
* Examining & Using The Property Panels
* Video Properties
* Using Video Actions
* Using Audio Actions
* Using Screen Recording Actions
* Using Callouts & Annotations
* Using Text
* Using The Timeline
* Using Markers
* Working With Clips
* Using Transitions
* Publishing With ScreenFlow
* Exporting With ScreenFlow
… and much more
Optimised Video Player:
Designed specifically to optimise the viewing experience, each SCOtutor title includes a dedicated video player
* Auto hiding onscreen playback control panel
* Advanced playback controls
* Jump backward or forward in 30 second increments
* MultiSpeed playback – slow or fast speeds – (.5x, .75x, 1x, 1.5x, 2x)
* Easy navigation via chapter popup menu
* Jump from chapter to chapter
* Easy resume mode – Just carry on from where you left off
iOS Device Requirements:
* Requires iOS 5 or later
* Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation) & iPad
* 387 MB
* Requires OS X 10.7 or later
* 248 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SCOtutor for ScreenFlow is available at a special launch price of just $5.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) up to 1st June 2012, and available worldwide through the iTunes App Store. There are a limited number of promotional codes available to obtain a free copy of the App for review. Please contact us directly to request a promo code. There are also a limited number of complimentary press memberships available to access the weekly tutorial service for review. Please use the contact email directly to request a press membership.
Located in LIverpool, United Kingdom, ScreenCastsOnline was formed in 2005 by Don McAllister who specialises in screencast production for ScreenCastsOnline and corporate customers. With over six years experience, ScreenCastsOnline has published over 350 Mac based video tutorials to rave reviews, and is acknowledged as one of the top resources for Mac training on the Internet. All of the video training is delivered by the host and founder of ScreenCastsOnline, Don McAllister, a regular panel member on many influential Mac podcasts including MacBreak Weekly, BagelTech Mac and MacRoundtable. Don is also a regular speaker at many international events, including Macworld Expo and Blogworld. ScreenCastsOnline also runs a popular membership system, allowing ScreenCastsOnline members to sign up to receive a new Mac based tutorial each week via iTunes. ScreenCastsOnline is a trading name of DMC Media Productions Ltd. All Material and Software (C) 2005-2012 ScreenCastsOnline / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPad, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.