If you have ever had the need to send one of your ScreenFlow documents to someone, (and I don’t mean sending an exported .mov file, but rather, the actual ScreenFlow document) you may have noted that it’s not as easy as attaching it to an email message, or uploading it to an FTP server. A ScreenFlow file is not just one document, but actually a folder that contains other elements, in particular, the .scc files. In order to ensure you include all the files when you’re sending it, you’ll need to “zip” your ScreenFlow document before sending it or uploading it anywhere. Without zipping it, you will not send the full file, and the recipient won’t be able to use it in ScreenFlow.
To zip your document, simply right-click on your ScreenFlow file, and choose “Compress”. This will package everything up into a nice, neat, zipped file. Then you can upload that zipped file to an FTP server, or attach it to a message. So zip it before you send it.