Show Keystrokes in the ScreenFlow Application

Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng

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Steps

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    To begin, make sure you have clicked the correct timeline
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    There can be two videos: a video of yourself and a screencast.
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    In order to show keystrokes, you'll need to click on the screen-recording clip
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    You can tell which video clip is selected by the yellow border.
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    With the screen-cast clip selected, click the screen-recording menu icon
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    This icon is the third icon from the left in the right side panel.
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    In the "Screen Recording" menu, check the "Show Keystrokes" box
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    Once the "Show Keystrokes" feature is turned on, you can check either "Show all keys" or "Show only the modifier keys"
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    Let's click "Show all keys". This will show all of the keys in the video recording as you type.
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    You can stop the recording by pressing "shift" + "command" + "2" on the keyboard
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    Check "Show only modifier keys"
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    This will only show "shift" and "command", but the other keys will not show up as you type.
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