Current Version: 3.3.5

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The demo version is fully functional, but export of recordings is disabled.

In order to uninstall the demo version, simply drag it to the trash.
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Version 3.3.5
Screenium is exclusively available on the Mac App Store.

A Mac with OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, macOS 10.12 Sierra, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.14 Mojave, macOS 10.15 Catalina, macOS 11 Big Sur, macOS 12 Monterey, macOS 13 Ventura or macOS 14 Sonoma is required to use Screenium. Screenium is completely optimised for the new M1-, M2- and M3-based Macs.
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US$ 59.99 on the Mac App Store

Integrated Video Editor

Screenium 3 comes with a convenient and versatile video editor you can use to process all your footage. Create transitions between individual sequences, adapt the length of your video clips, add text, shapes, markers or pre-cast animations, and turn your screencast into a piece of perfection. Adapt the presentation to your requirements with just a few clicks.

Shapes, Colors, and Animations

Add shapes to highlight menu items, hide sensitive data, or animate text objects to add a special touch to your introduction. You can even animate the positioning of the video itself, giving yourself complete freedom in terms of composition. All elements are adjustable, making sure your creativity doesn't get restricted. When you're in a hurry, use pre-cast animations, transitions, and effects, which you can add to your video with just one click.

Audio Comments - In Your Own and Foreign Languages

Add audio in multiple languages and let your international audience select a language for video playback. If you do not want to narrate the comment yourself, have a computer voice turn your text into spoken language. It is even possible to create multiple audio comments for different languages and choose from different voices for video output. If your Mac has an internal or external microphone, you can of course record audio comments while recording your footage.

Chapter Marks

Chapter marks let you split up your screencasts into multiple smaller segments that can be selected directly without having to rewind or fast-forward. This way, your audience won't have to watch the introduction if they want to watch just a certain lesson from your video tutorial but can skip to the right chapter right away. As if this wasn't convenient enough, chapter marks not only work on your Mac's QuickTime Player, but on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as well.