Screenflow Tutorial: How to Create a Youtube Video A Step by Step Tutorial

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Using Screenflow to create all of my screencast videos as been one of the best decisions I have ever made.  In this complete 6 part video tutorial series, you’re going to learn, step by step, how to create a youtube video in Screenflow.

 

Since starting using Screenflow in late 2013 I have made over 100+ videos and taught countless others to do the same.  I’m thankful for all of you that have emailed me to thank me for the tutorials and posts that I’ve created since the launch of the screencast magazine website.

 

That’s why I do what I do, So we have a lot to cover, so let’s get started…

 

Just to let you know, if you wanted to follow with this course, I recommend that you do, I have provided some exercise files for you to do just that.You can download the exercise files from the link  Download exercise file here!

 

The tutorial series is broken down into 6 part videos:

 

Part 1: Intro to the course – What’s inside
Part 2: Welcome to Screenflow – Configuration & settings
Part 3: Getting started with Screenflow – Let’s record
Part 4: A walkthrough of the Screenflow editor – The features
Part 5: It’s all about the edit – Adding elements to your video
Part 6: Resources used in this video series

 

Part 1: Intro to the course – Whats inside

 

In this video, I go over what’s inside the course, what you’ll learn and what you can expect to get out of the course.

 

 

Part 2: Welcome to Screenflow – Configuration & settings

This video is all about showing you where you can download screenflow for a FREE trial and showing the welcome window when you first load Screenflow.

 

Part 3: Getting started with Screenflow – Let’s record

This video we’re going to look at doing a screen recording and showing you how easy it is to record what’s on your screen. And then, export.

 

Part 4: A walkthrough of the Screenflow Editor – The features

In this video I’m going to give you a walk through of the screenflow editor and show you what some of the features do and where they are.

 

Part 5: It’s all about the edit – Adding elements to your video

in this video i’m going to show you how to record your screen, do some basic edits, add an intro/outro, some background music, adding a youtube outro and then export the whole project.

 

Part 6: Resources I use to create my screencast videos

This is part 6 and the final video and I’m going to share some of the resources when it comes to screencasting and creating videos, so things like, intro and outros, logos, music and places with you can get some of these made and edited.

 


I truly hope you enjoyed this tutorial. I spent over 20 hours putting this tutorial together for you and i know it’ll help you fast track your way to successfully creating your very own 100+ screencast videos.

 

If it has helped in any way, please do me a favour and let me know in the comments section below and also share the tutorial using the social media buttons to the left of this post. Thank you!!

 

Looking to get more screenflow and screenasting tips? then don’t forget to visit and listen to my latest podcast episode from the Screencast Academy podcast. Listen here!

 

Cheers, and I hope to see your screencast videos in the world sometime very soon!

 

 

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