ScreenFlow update fixes conflict with WireTap

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Mac OS X screen recording application, ScreenFlow, has been updated fixing several issues with the application.

Among the enhancements in ScreenFlow 1.2.1 is improved support for hardware zooming during recording.

The update also made several important bug fixes including a improved recording of full-screen apps (games, mostly); fixed recording when screen resolution changes; fixed conflict with WireTap Anywhere; fixed problem when low frame rates were requested (e.g. 8 fps); fixed an issue that could cause crashes when resizing clips in some circumstances; and the update fixed a memory leak caused when exporting audio.

The application now eSellerate for purchase and serial numbers. If you install ScreenFlow on a computer that already has a registered copy, it will work fine. However, if you install it on a new machine, you will need to contact technical support to get a new number.

The update is free to registered users. For new users the application costs $99.

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