Screenflick is a great tool for screen recording and editing video. Silent videos have become a thing of the past (especially if you're trying to capture audio with QuickTime). With the introduction of Mac Quicktime, screen recording/editing on Mac is a lot easier. Screenflick delivers exactly what it promises: screen recording/editing using the Mac standard out-of-the-box video editing software.
Araelium Group developed a small but powerful screen recorder for Mac OS X, originally intended for the UNIX platform only. With the growth of this product in the market, several versions of this product have been released for both Mac OS X and Windows. The main differences in both use and features of screenflick for Mac OS X are the use of screen record and playback controls through the mouse instead of using the keyboard arrow keys and space bar. This feature is a nice addition especially for those who use screen record for promotional and advertising purposes. We can also record a presentation using this feature without the need for extra software to be downloaded or installed like in the case of using a screen recorder for Windows.
Araelium Group is the developer of screen flick. They have also created other popular products such as Splice and Screenflow. With these products, the possibilities of recording audio and video are only limited by one's imagination. We can now record whatever our hearts desire using only our Mac computer and microphone coupled by a Mac video card. This makes this useful for many uses, not only recording audio/video but also capturing photos.