Ultra fast Mac screen recording.
Version 2.7 — $35 — Requires OS X 10.7 or Later
Version 2.7 — $35 — Requires OS X 10.7 or Later
Screenflick is a screen recorder for macOS focused on providing high performance and reliable audio and video screen capture. Used by consumers and professionals around the world, whether you're recording a software training session, video chats, demo of your app or website, a play session of the latest 3d game, or anything at all that's on your screen, Screenflick is the tool to use.
Screenflick combines ease of use with great flexibility. Unlike other Mac screen recording software, instead of bombarding you with a ton of decisions up front or providing no control at all, Screenflick offers just the right number of options to get the job done without getting in your way.
Silent movies are a thing of the past. Screenflick captures live audio from the microphone (or any other audio device) of your choice, and all system audio playing on your Mac. It's as easy as clicking one checkbox. Screenflick bundles everything you need to record the video and audio from games, meetings, clips from the web, and anything else.
When exporting movies from Screenflick, you also have the option to exclude the audio from the movie being created.
Screenflick contains a highly tuned recording engine which can capture very large resolutions at high speed and high quality.
By taking advantage of the pixel-hungry graphics processor and multiple processor cores, Screenflick attains outstanding performance when recording even the most demanding applications on your Mac, recording up to 60 FPS.
Use Screenflick Remote to control Screenflick running on your Mac. Using the remote, you can start a recording, pause, resume, and stop, all without the Screenflick interface being visible in your final recording. You can even control Screenflick running on multiple Macs at the same time! This is just another example of how Screenflick helps you make a great screen recordings on your Mac.
Record from your built-in FaceTime camera (or any other connected video camera) and Screenflick can overlay the video on top of your screen recording, at the size and position you choose. Now viewers can see you explain that feature in software training movies, or watch your reaction when a horde of the undead begin attacking in your gameplay recordings. — Requires OS X 10.9 or Later
Screenflick can tap into user events like key presses and mouse clicks and clearly display them in the movies you create. This is extremely useful for training videos and video podcasts, where it's important to display to your viewers the keyboard shortcuts used in various applications. And of course, their appearance is customizable so you can give it your own touch.
One of the major unique features in Screenflick is the ability to export the original full-quality movie multiple times with different scales, qualities, and file formats, unlike other applications which record directly to a final movie format, which can negatively impact recording performance and sacrifice video quality. Using Screenflick, record a movie once and create small low quality movies, large high quality movies, and even export to different file formats, without having to use another program.
Another great feature unique to Screenflick is the ability to test your export settings. Rather than picking some quality settings, exporting the entire movie, and hoping the result is what you wanted, use "Quick Test" to export a short 15 second clip of the movie, verify the export settings are right where you want them to be, and then export the entire movie with confidence.
Quick Test and exporting to ProRes require OS X 10.9 or later.
Whatever you need, Screenflick can do it.
Screenflick has the 'oomph' and the features to get the job done.
Screen Camera Modes
Not only can you record the entire screen, but you can also record a part of the screen, keeping your movie focused as well as saving processing power for other applications and disk space. When recording an area smaller than fullscreen, you can also choose to have the "camera" smoothly follow the mouse cursor.
Although Screenflick can record your screen at its full resolution (even at full Retina size), it doesn't mean you need to! For times when you want to record fullscreen but export at a lower resolution, you can record at a smaller scale, saving precious performance and battery for other tasks.
Record Time-Lapse Movies
Show off your hours-worth-of-work in a minutes-long movie. Record a movie at a super low frame rate and then speed it up on export to create time-lapse movies. Perfect for exhibiting your digital art skills.
Before exporting your screen recording, you can preview the movie with all of the keyboard and mouse options. Start, stop and scrub through your video with audio playback as well.
In Screenflick you can create presets for your video, audio, keyboard, and mouse options. Fine tune your settings and save them as a preset, so you can use them later in a snap.
Export Movie Formats
Screenflick creates QuickTime mov, MPEG-4 mp4, and Flash f4v movie files, letting you create movies you can watch anywhere — on Mac and Windows, iPods, iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs. You can also export to other formats, such as Windows Media, using QuickTime component plugins.
Watermarking & Metadata
Put your stamp on it. Before exporting your movie, you can drop in an image to "watermark" your movie so everybody knows you created it. You can also add metadata tags which will be embedded into the movie file.
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