Selects Telestream ScreenFlow Screencasting Software

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Application used exclusively for recording, editing and publishing live web events Telestream®, the leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, today announced that its ScreenFlow® screencasting software has been selected by as the company’s application of choice for recording and editing all of its webinars. Owned by, LLC, creates and produces live webinars for filmmakers working in film, video and the web. The company has standardized on ScreenFlow to create on-demand versions of the webinars. “The ability to record, edit and then publish our live events, all within ScreenFlow, has made our lives easier,” said Marcelo Lewin, founder of “We can go from live event to on-demand deployment in a couple of hours. The speed of getting our events out and sold is key to our business model, and ScreenFlow plays a big part in helping us do this quickly.” The company records its live webinars on multiple Mac computers using ScreenFlow. Recordings are immediately copied to a central location for back up. Then, producers jump right into editing and output the finished production to a .mov 720p video – all using ScreenFlow. “With one app, we are able to quickly go from live event to edited, on-demand event in a couple of hours,” adds Lewin. “We love the speed and rendering quality of ScreenFlow.” ScreenFlow screencasting software is used by trainers, educators, bloggers, and software developers to quickly and efficiently capture, edit and create video tutorials, promos, and training videos on their Macs. Users can add images, text, annotations, music and transitions to create a professional-quality video that is ready for publishing to a website, blog or directly to YouTube or Vimeo. ScreenFlow is the recipient of numerous awards, including two Apple Design Awards. produces educational webinars that are taught by filmmakers known in their field as experts. In addition to the live and on-demand webinars, the company offers filmmaking tools created for and by filmmakers, the Digital Filmmakers Podcast, available on iTunes and its site, and a blog written by its presenters. For more information about Telestream and ScreenFlow, visit

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