Screenflow : Hunter Cooper
When using “Screenflow” the user is making a video to do many things like teach how to use something, to make a video for your school's spirit week and many more reasons. When the user is using “Screenflow” the user make's the video and when it is done the user has many different effects to make the user's video look professional. The effects the user can use are transitions, annotations, callouts, and text blocks. When user is finished with the user's video you have to export your video.
In "Screenflow" the user can enhance the video that they made by adding in annotations, callouts, and text blocks. A transition in “Screenflow” is in between two movie clips it connects the two with a certain movement that leads to the second clip. In “Screenflow” an annotation helps the user tell what he/she is talking about. There is a couple of different annotations the user can use like an arrow that could point at something that the user are talking about. There is also a square that surrounds something that the user is talking about. There is a couple other annotations the user can use also. In “Screenflow” a callout is a circle that helps the user show the people that are watching the video tell what he is talking about, and where at on the video screen. Last in “Screenflow” there is text blocks that the user can put in the user's video. Text blocks are simple they are a block of text that you put the user's information in. The user can put the text block wherever and also adjust the size of it.
When The user export the video the user is putting it in “QuickTime Player” which show the video. When “QuickTime Player” opens the user will drag the video onto the user's desktop, and put it wherever the user need to show it to people like Google, or Youtube or more. After that the user is completely finished and now people can watch your video. “Screenflow” is easy to learn how to use once you understand it and get everything down.