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Old Apr 28, 2013, 04:59 AM   #1
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Camtasia vs Screen Flow

if you have used those? which one is better? I can't decide which and there is price for both is 99.00. I want to use for my vlog (video log).
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Old Apr 28, 2013, 06:28 AM   #2
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I'm happy with ScreenFlow, but you might consider this $50 bundle that includes Camtasia right now:
http://bundlehunt.com
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Old Apr 29, 2013, 06:59 AM   #3
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I'm happy with ScreenFlow, but you might consider this $50 bundle that includes Camtasia right now:
http://bundlehunt.com
good deal but not sure about bundle hunt.com for real? did you order it from them?
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Yep, I've done several bundles from BundleHunt. Here's a Lifehacker article mentioning a previous bundle.

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Yep, I've done several bundles from BundleHunt. Here's a Lifehacker article mentioning a previous bundle.
Camtasia, does it have closed caption support?
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I'm happy with ScreenFlow, but you might consider this $50 bundle that includes Camtasia right now:
http://bundlehunt.com
Hi,
is it safe to buy from that page??

I really like and need that bundle, specially the tools for pages.
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Anyway about Camtasia, does it have closed caption support?
I have never used captions in Camtasia, but the website says they are supported:
http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-pc...omparison.html

I know ScreenFlow 4 supports captions as well, but I found the interface to be cumbersome and difficult to use.

Camtasia has a video sharing service called screencast.com which has very good web based captioning. Another free option is YouTube.

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Hi,
is it safe to buy from that page??

I really like and need that bundle, specially the tools for pages.
As I said above:

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I have never used captions in Camtasia, but the website says they are supported:
http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia-pc...omparison.html

I know ScreenFlow 4 supports captions as well, but I found the interface to be cumbersome and difficult to use.

Camtasia has a video sharing service called screencast.com which has very good web based captioning. Another free option is YouTube.

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Okay i will try test drive two apps tonight. thank you
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Old May 1, 2013, 02:38 AM   #9
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I heard that Camtasia uses a lot more system resources (almost double) compared to screenflow. Screenflow always is made out to be the best and is the most used by professionals on os x. I don't have much experience though, I always capture with quicktime and send it to Premiere Pro and After Effects.
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