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Telestream reveals ScreenFlow 4 update

updated 08:42 pm EDT, Tue October 30, 2012

New release adds subtitle, Retina Display support

Telestream, provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, today announced a major release for its ScreenFlow screen recording and video editing software. ScreenFlow 4 optimizes full-screen recording for Apple Retina displays, adds chroma key support, nested clips, media library tools, additional video and audio effects, closed caption support, and more.

With ScreenFlow 4, Telestream adds more professional production tools that enable users to add effects to any video. Built-in chroma key allows users to replace a green (or any color) background with a custom video or still image background, adding a professional look to video productions. New Core Image video effects filters include advanced color adjustments, distortion effects, blurring, alpha mask, color effects and more. New Core Audio effects filters include EQ, multiband compression, peak limiting, delay and more. Freehand callout support for all media and ProRes Alpha Channel export support are now available. Plus, full color-sync-enabled rendering provides increased fidelity of preview and exported videos.

The addition of closed captions and new export options in ScreenFlow 4 makes it easy to target and reach new audiences. Users can now add, edit and publish American Disabilities Act-compliant soft subtitles as caption tracks to MPEG-4 movies and YouTube videos. Captions can also be created in multiple languages. MPEG-4 export using the x264 video codec allows for the distribution of high-quality video to a greater number of viewing devices.

ScreenFlow 4 screen recording and video editing software is available to new customers for $99. Customers who have previously purchased ScreenFlow on the Telestream website can purchase an upgrade for $29. ScreenFlow is also available for purchase through a network of Telestream resellers and affiliates, as well as the Mac App Store.

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