What is screenflow? Screenflow is a screen recorder that you the user can use on their computer or phone. The user may either record his/her face, their computer screen, or both their face and their computer screen. Screenflow allows you to edit your recording after it is done, so if you make a mistake you can edit it out.
In my video I show the user how to use screenflow. I show them how to use video properties, text properties, media properties, screen recording properties, annotations and callouts. Video properties is where you may scale your video, so you don’t have to see the edges. Text properties is where you may add a text box to your video so that you can add comments in your video. Media properties is when you can add a photograph or music to your video. Screen recording properties is when you may enlarge and shrink your pointer. Audio properties is when you can duck your audio up and down. Annotations is when you can add a arrow or outline to your video. A callout is when you may zoom up to your mouse and see what it is clicking.
In the future I could see teachers using it to show kids how to do their class work, so that if the kid is confused he/she could look up the video and figure out what they have to do. My teacher Mr. Bedingfield uses screenflow to show us how to use screenflow by putting it on our classroom page. Screenflow could also be used for substitutes, so that when that class has to take notes they can just show a video of the teacher giving the notes and talking about the notes.