Telestream released a ScreenFlow update for Apple silicon and I have a few observations:
First, good on Telestream for not making us wait for version 10 or charging an upgrade for the Apple silicon version. I could see software like ScreenFlow turning Apple silicon into a monetization event. They didn’t.
Second, ScreenFlow screams on an M1 Mac. The software is snappier. Navigating the timeline and making edits is faster and easier because everything is buttery smooth. Render times are faster than my iMac Pro. It’s just nuts that this little laptop is now my premier screencasting rig. This little laptop continues to stack up against my iMac Pro.
It’s crazy that Apple silicon is already so superior for production work just months after its release. I keep writing this, but it seems like every day I find out another reason why the Macintosh landscape is going to be a lot different once Apple finishes rolling out Apple silicon across the line.