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ScreenFlow 4.5.1

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Telestream has released ScreenFlow 4.5.1, a maintenance release that doesn’t scrimp on the fixes. The screencast recording app improves audio waveform rendering, fixes a problem with optimizing very large MPEG-4 files, ensures layers in the timeline are consistent, fixes a bug with signing into Facebook after signing into Dropbox, squashes another Dropbox bug related to uploading files with spaces in the filename, and fixes an issue with previewing when using multiple monitors. For a complete rundown of the new features, read the PDF release notes from Telestream’s support page. Note that as of this writing, the Mac App Store version of ScreenFlow remains at version 4.5. ($99 new from the Telestream Web site or $99.99 from the Mac App Store, 39.1 MB, 10.7+)


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Comments about ScreenFlow 4.5.1
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Robert Costain  2014-06-05 12:04
I just checked and the version on the Telestream site remains at 4.5.1 as of this writing (June 5, 3pm EDT)
Agen Schmitz  2014-06-05 13:11
But the Mac App Store version remains stuck at 4.5.