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Capto

Date: 21st February 2020

Duration: 47:50

Show ref: SCOM0919

In this week's episode you learn about Capto, a versatile and feature-rich utility for capturing screenshots and recording screencasts.

Using Capto, you can capture an entire web page and catalog those screenshots right inside its built-in library. Taking screenshots of application menus, as well as floating panels is also very easy. Allison shows you the many screencasting features also available inside the application, including the ability to record your webcam along with your computer's desktop. After going through the many annotation tools available to enhance your captures, she wraps up with a look at exporting them.

Tip - JustWatch for iOS

Date: 11th February 2020

Duration: 10:28

Show ref: SCOM0916

When you want to watch a movie or TV Programme, but cannot remember the streaming service you need to go to in order to view, it can be a source of frustration. JustWatch is an iOS application and web service that allows you to search for media titles and present a list of options for streaming or purchasing.

Lee shows you in this week's tip how to create a JustWatch account, browse for new and popular content, Search for individual titles. You also learn how to configure filters and set up a watchlist that syncs to your other devices.

Tip - Adding Captions to Video

Date: 4th February 2020

Duration: 10:59

Show ref: SCOM0914

It's 2020 and all videos should have subtitles or captions. These can assist both non-native language viewers and the hearing impaired, and also help optimise your video engagement.

Rather than laboriously typing out your voiceovers and other sounds into captions, Don shows you how easy and cost-effective it is to use an online service called Rev. Once you have your captions back, he demonstrates using HandBrake to generate video files with either embedded or burned in captions.

Tip - CheapCharts for iOS

Date: 21st January 2020

Duration: 08:29

Show ref: SCOM0910

This tip video is all about CheapCharts, a handy iOS application that helps you track prices of iTunes media, including movies and TV programmes, as well as books, audiobooks and apps. Focusing on movies in this tip, Lee shows you how to browse content currently on sale, create targeted filters, and set up price alerts. You also learn how to keep track of specific actors and directors, whilst keeping on top of notifications so you can take advantage of the best deals on movies you love.

Tip - Capture Taps in iOS

Date: 14th January 2020

Duration: 08:14

Show ref: SCOM0908

A huge missing part of iOS has been the support for capturing taps and gestures system-wide. This has resulted in the need for manual annotation and animation, greatly increasing the effort and time needed to produce iOS screencasts.

With the newly introduced support for Bluetooth pointing devices in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, we are now able to capture taps and gestures during recording. In this tip video, Don gives you some pointers (excuse the pun) on how you can optimise this new mechanism for use in your own screen recordings.

Tip - Pulltube

Date: 7th January 2020

Duration: 09:25

Show ref: SCOM0906

In this tip video, Lee shows you how to use Pulltube, a macOS application that can retrieve video files from a variety of online sources and download them to your Mac for offline viewing. Lee explains how to download videos, convert them to different file formats, use browser extensions, and more. You also learn about various useful settings inside of Pulltube.

ScreenFlow 9 Update

Date: 29th November 2019

Duration: 26:52

Show ref: SCOM0895

ScreenFlow is the ultimate video production tool for screencasting and is the core tool we use every day here at ScreenCastsOnline to record and edit our weekly shows. Since recording the ScreenFlow 8 Foundation course in early 2019, Telestream has released ScreenFlow 9, a major update to this amazing application.

In this update episode, Don walks you through all of the new features of version 9, which turns ScreenFlow from a niche screencast production tool to a fully-featured video recorder and non-linear editor, capable of tackling most video projects.

ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 3

Date: 5th April 2019

Duration: 37:54

Show ref: SCOM0827

The third and final part of our look at ScreenFlow 8, the fantastic video editor, optimised for creating, editing and publishing screencasts.

In this episode, Don takes a look at some of the more advanced features including nested clips and captioning.

ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 2

Date: 8th March 2019

Duration: 45:08

Show ref: SCOM0819

ScreenFlow 8 is an amazing all-in-one solution for the capturing, editing and exporting of screencasts. This is a fantastic way for you to capture and spread knowledge, whether it's for friends, family, colleagues or even documenting processes or procedures for yourself.

Although both iOS 12 and macOS Mojave already have built-in capabilities for recording your screen, they are fairly rudimentary. ScreenFlow is truly optimised for screen captures and is also a full-featured video editor in its own right.

Due to the complexity and feature-rich nature of ScreenFlow, we're going to spread the tutorial over three episodes: the first episode, SCOM0815, introduced the basics of ScreenFlow. In Part 2, Don covers more hints and tips on working with clips on the timeline, gives you a tour of several of the inspectors, and shows you how they integrate with your screencasting and editing workflow.

The series will conclude in a couple of weeks with the third and final episode, where we'll look at some of the more advanced features in ScreenFlow 8.

ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 1

Date: 22nd February 2019

Duration: 47:16

Show ref: SCOM0815

ScreenFlow 8 is an amazing all-in-one solution for the capturing, editing and exporting of screencasts. Screencasts are a fantastic way for you to capture and spread knowledge, whether it's for friends, family, colleagues or even documenting processes or procedures for yourself.

Both iOS and macOS Mojave already have built-in capabilities for capturing screencasts, but these are fairly rudimentary. ScreenFlow is a full-featured video editor in its own right but is optimised for screen captures.

Due to the complexity and feature-rich nature of ScreenFlow, we're going to spread the tutorial over three episodes. This first part looking at the basics of ScreenFlow, followed in a couple of weeks with a second and third episode highlighting and explaining some of the more advanced features.

Clips - Create & edit videos in a flash

Date: 21st April 2017

Duration: 42:25

Show ref: SCOM0623

Recently launched by Apple, Clips is a brand new way to capture and edit video on your iPhone or iPad.

iMovie is great, but sometimes you just want to assemble a short video to post quickly to your favourite social media service, share with iCloud Photo sharing or just email to someone.

Clips allows you to rapidly capture live video, photos, or video and photos in your iCloud Photo library and create a mini movie with just a few taps. You can annotate your movie with live titles, just by talking, as well as adding stickers, filters, emojis and more in a flash.

Despite seeming a very simple application, Clips actually has some hidden depths, and allows you to do much more than can you imagine.

RecoLive MultiCam for iOS & Mac

Date: 21st October 2016

Duration: 42:46

Show ref: SCOM0580

In this week’s episode, Allison Sheridan takes us through the setup and usage of a hidden iOS gem - RecoLive Multicam. 

For just $4.99 USD and a few spare iPhones or iPads, you can create a Multicam setup with live camera switching, selectable audio and a huge range of professional transitions - you can even use your Mac Desktop or any camera connected to your Mac as a video source in the MultiCam shoot.

Record all your video devices live simultaneously, and let RecoLive MultiCam composite a final video directly on your iOS device, or export the multiple camera angles to separate video files and use iMovie or FCP X to create your final video. 

You’ll be amazed at what can be achieved with this inexpensive yet incredibly powerful app.

Time for an update show on two of my favourite apps - ScreenFlow and LiquidText.

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Voila & Vidyo - Screen & Video Capture

Date: 16th January 2016

Duration: 44:41

Show ref: SCOM0540

There’s a general theme in this week’s episode - Screen and Video Capture on the Mac and iOS.

I cover Voilà for the Mac - a fully featured screen and video capture app and Vidyo, a controversial app that was only on the App Store for 24 hrs.

Please note - Voilà has been superseded by Capto from the same vendor

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Plex - Home Videos, Sharing & Synology - Part 3

Date: 18th December 2015

Duration: 39:39

Show ref: SCOM0535

The third and final Plex instalment. Following on from the previous Plex episodes, I take a further look at some of the benefits of a full Plex Pass subscription.

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Plex Media Server & Apple TV and iOS Apps

Date: 20th November 2015

Duration: 46:12

Show ref: SCOM0531

With the advent of the Plex Apple TV app, Plex has suddenly become hugely popular with the Mac community.

Use Plex to organise, play and share your local media library.

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iMovie for iOS - 4K Update

Date: 30th October 2015

Duration: 15:38

Show ref: SCOI0241

Now that we can shoot 4K video on our iPhones (6s and 6s plus), we can also edit and export videos in 4K too directly from our iOS devices.

In this show I take a look at the recently updated iMovie for iOS, with support for 4K editing and access to your iCloud Photo Library.

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iMovie 10.1 - Working with 4K

Date: 23rd October 2015

Duration: 28:46

Show ref: SCOM0526

With the advent of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, 4K video is now available from your smartphone.

To compliment this new feature, Apple have released updates to iMovie to allow you to edit and export in glorious 4K. But not everyone wants to create 4K videos (for various reasons). The good news is you can future proof yourself by shooting in 4K today, and gain some tremendous benefits even if you want to create 1080p videos.

This episode looks at some of the ways you can now work with 4K video in iMovie.

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VidConvert & Mactracker

Date: 18th September 2015

Duration: 27:49

Show ref: SCOM0521

In this episode, Allison Sheridan takes you through two of her favourite utilities - VidConvert and Mactracker.

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Webcam Settings & iStat Menus

Date: 24th July 2015

Duration: 30:27

Show ref: SCOM0513

Two great utilities for your Mac.

This week, Allison Sheridan takes us through two of her favourite utilities for the Mac: Webcam Settings & iStat Menus.

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