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ScreenFlow for iOS (iPad OS)

I am currently using Lumafusion on iPad and I love it.  However on my work computer I’ve tested ScreenFlow.  I love it.  Would be great to save ScreenFlow sessions on an external and be able to edit on the go, on iPad.  That would be killer, I hope you guys can make that happen!

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  • Very Interesting idea.
    We have to make sure iOS will support third party screen recording.

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  • CraigS I would be satisfied even if it was just an editor.  If it included all your call actions, add text, maybe even add overdub audio.  It would be a huge help with my personal work flow.  Considering project catalyst is out, getting the app ready for touch is the natural progression regardless.  So if you launch the app on Mac it’ll work beautifully with sidecar for editing and capture there that’d be fine.  On iOS if you have to lose the screen recording feature people can just use the native apple screen recording feature and import the video from photos or an external drive via the files app.  Would be a game changer for me and I’m sure others as well.  Making tutorials takes time, being super portable would be epic! Thanks for responding.

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  • Bryan Schoendorf Thanks for the explanation. I'll let the developers know.

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  • This seems like a HUGE ask - for little return.

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  • app cohesion between macOS and iOS is currently happening.  It’s inevitable, you’ll need to recode for multi-touch too. Better to be ahead of your competition. You’re welcome 

     

    sincerely

    your friend from the future.

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  • Ipad compatibility would be most welcome. I too am using Lumafusion on the road and find it to be very very accomplished. I would just prefer an interface and workflow I know well! 

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  • Paul Allen If you support this you should vote for it. The developers are looking at the total votes. It currently only has two votes in the last seven months and one of them is mine. Bryan Schoendorf

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  • How do I vote? it doesn't seem like there will be much motivation to do it with three votes though! To be honest more and more people are looking at the iPad for mobile video editing and there are two viable choices Premiere and Lumfusion, the cost differential is massive and so people choose lumafusion. However the UI is not the same as Screenflow and I suspect there will be many new converts once the IOS version is available.

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  • Paul Allen said:
    How do I vote?

     An arrow at the top.

    Paul Allen said:
    t doesn't seem like there will be much motivation to do it with three votes though!

     As more people vote, others will see and more people jump on as visibility and possibility rise.

    Paul Allen said:
    two viable choices Premiere and Lumfusion

     ScreenFlow does focus on screen capture so people recording tutorials, games, etc. to edit afterward would be the possible market.

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  • To my friends who make ScreenFlow, voting on your site is arrogantly assuming “all of your customers” actually look at your website.  They don’t.  Project Catalyst gives you the resources you need to make this request a reality and the return would be “a satisfied customer base” otherwise other choices will arise, Mark my words.  Not a threat, some of us can see the future, maybe you guys just didn’t peek into the ether yet. Imagine STEVE JOBS had votes about products at Apple... Be pioneers/Trail Blazers, I highly doubt this request will deal a death blow to your company, Just look at the market share on iPads.  Again, you’re welcome.

     

    another friendly reminder,

    your friend from the future.

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  • Bryan Schoendorf said:
    To my friends who make ScreenFlow, voting on your site is arrogantly assuming “all of your customers” actually look at your website.

     People can send feedback from directly within our products as well.
     

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  • CraigS touché lol I ignore help in almost every program.  Guilty as charged.  But still my point about voting or being innovative still stands.  I hope you guys do it. That would be fire.

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  • Bryan Schoendorf Keep in mind a company's overall business models and resources may impact development decisions, marketing and support costs are factors as well. 

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  • CraigS I have thought about it because there’s no other alternative. I can see when Final Cut Pro hits the iPad and all the “call actions” are integrated into it then you will either be forced to make it iPad functional or shut your doors, so, don’t get me wrong.  If you don’t do it, it’s cool.  But if you did you’d have people using the feature and stay on your platform.  Everything changes soon.  You can choose your path but when someone has a Looking Glass, Id consider what they have to say.  Trail Blazers are legendary.

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  • Bryan Schoendorf If we want changes - we'll have to speak up. You can get other users to vote - or maybe start a Reddit thread and link to it, etc. The core issue is that ScreenFlow is really really inexpensive (is you ask me). I can take the $100 cost - and make it back in an hour... / so, they only have so much resources. They aren't getting more money very often.  Plus if they added everything everyone aked for - the app would be a mess --- so, these votes are really important. It would be nice if we all got a monthly email with some highlights of what people are most interested in.

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  • CraigS - Yes. I'm am following ; )

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  • Derek Wood 👍

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  • I too believe there's a space for this in the market on iPad. I'm pretty close to cutting the laptop cord for the day-to-day. Still need it for the recording phase BUT then I plop down and nestle into editing and beg for my iPad to do it at the speed I do it in Screenflow. I use LumaFusion when I want to edit on my iPad but I always feel like I'm choosing with my heart instead of my head in those decisions due to what I can do with Screenflow on my Mac. I'm much slower in LumaFusionfind than Screenflow and I just feel like LumaFusion has got more packed into it than I care to use. it's like when I just want to do a quick edit in Photoshop and I'm like "Damn, I don't need NASA Mission Control here... I just want to make the background transparent. LOL! 

    I also use VideoLeap on my iPad which has a near-perfect feature set for my basic but high quantity editing needs BUT their fatal flaw is not moving media into a space that doesn't ruin kill projects after I go and clean up my iOS Photo Library of all the "need this once" bits of media.

    Screenflow gives me the sweet spot in my workflow but it lives on the device I want to use less of. Screenflow doesn't throw a bunch of super-expert level fine-tuning stuff in my face, comes in at a very fair price, and I LOVE how simple the underlying project folder structure is. I actually feel like I'm in control of my video and media creation journey from start to finish with Screenflow.

    For instance... this week, I've made 21 screencasts and am nearing the completion of the editing phase. 21 Videos in a week... I honestly can't believe it. I am going to bill a client $7000 at the end of May for a project and come in 3 months ahead of my estimated schedule... all because of stumbling on and digging into Screenflow.

    If this power would make it into a tidy iPad package... OOO WEEE, I'd be asking where to send the Pizza & Beer care package to Screenflow HQ.

    Thanks for reading. Have a fantastic day!

    -Current Day Raving Fan 🙂

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  • Wade Sellers and it seems with each hardware update the iPad becomes much closer to a laptop in day to day functions.

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  • CraigS when you guys finish wrapping it up a thanks would be nice 😂 but the software availability is good enough. Been to the future and back.  You’ll get there.  Pricing model is 1 license works on ALL platforms.  If you need a consultant email me ;) I’d be happy to help and offer possibilities/solutions.

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