Developer: Araelium Group
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.6 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: http://www.araelium.com/dmgcanvas/
A lightweight and powerful screen recording utility that enables you to effortlessly capture your Mac’s screen at up to 60 frames per second
Screenflick is a small and unobtrusive macOS application that makes it easy for your to create screencasts, as well as to capture the audio and video from your Mac and createhigh-quality recordings of app training sessions, app or websitedemos, gaming sessions and more.
Capture everything that takes place on your Mac’s desktop
Screenflick’s ability to capture and display mouse clicks and keyboard strokes make it ideal for most desktop recordings.
Moreover, the Screenflick app is also capable of capturing video at up to 60 fps and, as a result, you can use it to record your gaming sessions without concerns for quality loss or frame drops.
On top of that, Screenflick is designed to run from your Mac’s status bar from where you have the option to start the recording process and access the Preferences window.
Define the capture area and change camera modes
Screenflick allows you to choose the part of the screen you need to capture by offering a couple of predefined selection presets. At the same time, Screenflick offers you the option to manually type in the width and height of the recording area.
The Preferences window helps you change the default video options, adjust the capture rate and scale, and allows you to choose the audio source. Furthermore, Screenflick allows you to change the predefined keyboard shortcuts for pause and start features, as well as for the camera modes.
You can hide Screenflick completely by toggling the menu bar and Dock icon, and by hiding the countdown and other features. Additionally, Screenflick is capable to hide your Desktop and cover it with your background image, an picture of your choice or fill color.
Hide your desktop and replace it with a picture
By accessing the Advanced tab under the Preferences window, you’ll be able to adjust the recording quality and enable Screenflick to capture at full resolution on MacBooks with Retina displays.
All things considered, if you want to capture video or audio content from your Mac's desktop, Screenflick will most probably tick all the right checkboxes given its extensive feature set specifically tailored to help you record efficiently while making sure that the app stays out of your way when not needed.
What’s new in Screenflick 2.7.32
- Faster ProRes exporting by avoiding final rewrite of the file.
- Cancelling an enqueued export doesn't mistakenly keep thinking it's "Exporting…"
- Fixes a rare crash which would occur if reading corrupt data.