Telestream has released version 8.1 of its ScreenFlow screencast recording and video editing app with numerous fixes and improvements following the recent major upgrade (see “ScreenFlow 8.0,” 6 August 2018). The update adds a beats-per-minute option in the Metadata/Filtering section for Stock Media, resolves an issue with SCC files getting corrupted with projects saved to Dropbox, adds the capability to make multiple templates from an existing template, fixes a bug that prevented Dark/Light mode options from being displayed in macOS 10.14 Mojave, and resolves a crash that occurred when adding an HEVC file to the timeline.
ScreenFlow costs $129, and it’s also available with the Stock Media Library subscription for $175. Those who own previous versions can upgrade for $69 from version 4, $59 from version 5, $49 from version 6, and $39 from version 7. If you purchased ScreenFlow from the Mac App Store, Telestream has details on how to upgrade. ($129 new from the Telestream Web site or the Mac App Store, upgrade pricing available, 110 MB, release notes, macOS 10.12+)