Despite the powerful editing tools in ScreenFlow, there may be an occasion when you need to do more extensive editing to your ScreenFlow video. So, how do you get your video into Final Cut, and which export format should you use?
The first question is easy! When you have finished editing in ScreenFlow, export your movie. Then you simply select Import from the File menu in Final Cut, and choose your video to import.
The second question is a little more subjective. The best format to use for export will depend on your requirements. If quality is important, you can try exporting toAppleProRes or the FCS3 ProResLT or AIC (Apple Intermediate Codec). These are compressed formats designed for best quality. Alternatively, if you prefer a lower file size, you can export in H.264, but you may sacrifice quite a bit on quality.