I love that you guys make short clips to show how to solve issues. What program do you guys use to do that?
I'm not Webflow support but I use this (https://v.usetapes.com/Fcsa7REAbV) app to make screencasts. It's a mac app, very efficient. I'd recommend it.
Not tech support either...
I use Quick Cast... available Free in the Apple app store.
http://quickcast.io/ (main sales site)
UseTapes is here:
http://usetapes.com (main sales site)
both seem to have the same exact features.
I know quickcast supports multiple screens and audio.
I think would usetapes does as well.
best solution for Windows users??
Switch to MAC
I've used Camtasia Studio back on Windows, but it's videos were very big... On MAC I'm using QuickCast mentioned above.
Ok in my humble opinion, I prefer Camtasia Studio for Mac (read camtastia for windows for you windows users) for videos longer than 3 minutes. Quickcast is great for shorter videos, and Tapes is good too for short videos as well but require MAC.
Post processing, after a video is completed, I use Miro Video Converter for mac for production training videos, and I use Quickcast or Tapes for short explanatory videos for specific customers.
Screenshots I use Cloudapp (and for short animated gif, with no sound) or I use Little Snapper for mac for screenshots in normal case, where I want to markup, there are so many good screenshot tools though, many of them with great features, so it is not as critical for me...
I am no video engineer, so I like Camtasia for ease of use....
I also use Sketch for quick vector images and transformations and I really like Fluid Mask for creating transparent images very quickly. I use Fluid Mask a lot, it is a great tool specifically for creating transparent images...so it is fast, and that is what I look for in any tool... good result, short time to complete project.
Thanks guys! Lots of useful, helpful information!