Editing ScreenFlow Projects
Configuring Video Properties
ScreenFlow User Guide
To reset all properties in the selected clip to default values, click the gear icon at the
top-right corner of the panel and select Reset to Defaults.
Video properties are described in Table5.
Table 5. Video Properties Pane
Use the slider or enter a value (0-400%) to change the scale of
your image. This is useful for highlighting a particular portion
of the screen, or in a video action to create a zoom effect.
Enter X and Y coordinates to specify the location (in pixels) of
your video or image on the canvas, based on the center of the
image. You can also reposition the image by dragging the
image on the canvas, or nudging the selected image with the
Use the rotation options to rotate (in degrees: -180 to180) the
image in a virtual, three-dimensional space. X rotates the
image along a horizontal axis. Y rotates the image along a
vertical axis. Z spins the image along a depth axis. Or, use the
thumb wheels to rotate the image in real time.
Use the slider to set the opacity value or enter it manually (0
to 100%). The greater the value, the more opaque the image.
When set to zero, the image is transparent—invisible. This can
be used with a video action to fade an image in or out, or if
you have a video voice-over, and would like to periodically
display your entire camera recording frame.
Click the disclosure triangle down to display cropping
options. Set the crop margins (by pixel) for left, right, bottom,
Check to implement reflection. Use the slider to set the value
or enter it manually (0 to 100%).
Reflection creates a mirror image of the selected clip below
the clip itself. The greater the value, the more opaque the
reflection. When set to zero, the reflection is invisible.
Check to create a shadow effect behind a still image. If the
image uses a transparency, the shadow only reflects the non-
transparent part of your image.
Use the thumb wheel (or enter the value manually) to set the
angle of the shadow relative to the image in degrees (-180 to
80 degrees). The default is -45 degrees.
When checked, configure these options: