Capture Your Screen With Snagit – Advanced Version Pack

by Adrian Praljak 3 months ago in editing

Capture Your Screen With Snagit

What is Snagit?

Snagit is a screenshot program that captures video display and audio output. Originally for the Microsoft Windows operating systems, recent versions have also been available for macOS, but with fewer features. It is created and distributed by TechSmith and was first launched in 1990.[2] Snagit is available in English, German, Japanese, and Korean versions.

Snagit replaces the native print screen function with additional features. Newer versions allow batch capture of embedded items such as links, pictures, and multimedia. The user can set parameters and keyboard shortcuts to capture particular types of data, which are stored in a folder called "Catalog" by default. The software can also follow links in web pages, capturing the specified data from the linked pages.

Accessories, such as Flickr Output for uploading screen captures to a Flickr account, can extend its capabilities.

A quick toolbar can increase capture speed by either using the last capture method applied or by allowing the method to be quickly changed through an option menu.

It has a preview window that shows a zoomed thumbnail of whatever the cursor is hovering over and a web page catalog maker. The preview window can gather all screen captures quickly and create a web page.

The software supports different selection formats, including All-in-One, Full Screen, Copy to Clipboard, Web Page as a PDF with Links, Copy Text to Clipboard, Free Hand, and Menu with Time Delay. The capture tool has a batch converter that allows alteration of large numbers of files at once.

The software can automatically move screenshots to the "Edit" section once captured, where they can be resized, annotated, or given special effects.

There are 20 video parts in this advanced version pack!

Followings are the details:

Video #1 Overview

Video #2 File Menu Part 1

Video #3 File Menu Part 2

Video #4 Edit Menu – Editor Preferences

Video #5 Introduction To The Tools Menu

Video #6 Working With Stamps

Video #7 Working With The Arrow And Text Tools

Video #8 Working With The Callout Tools

Video #9 Resize Image And Canvas

Video #10 Rotating – Canvas Snapping And Canvas Color Tools

Video #11 Using The Library

Video #12 The View Menu

Video #13 View Menu – The Zoom In And Out Tools

Video #14 Image Menu – Effects And Arrange Tabs

Video #15 Image Menu – Move Tabs

Video #16 Image Menu – Blur Tools

Video #17 Canvas Creation

Video #18 Canvas Creation With Multiple Images

Video #19 Turning Video Into Gif Editor

Video #20 Conclusion

TopTen Reviews rated the software 4/4 in all categories — the highest score of 10 comparable packages reviewed. The review highlighted the capture quality, ease of use, and support. CNET rated the software 8/10, mentioning the ability to take screenshots of entire web pages, but pointed out weaknesses including a poor wizard and fewer output file formats than competitors. About.com is also very positive, awarding 5/5 and pointing out the ease of use, comprehensive features, and multiple views, but they stated that text entry in the Snagit Editor is slow, lagging behind as text is typed in the edit box. PC Magazine gave Snagit 12 a rating of Excellent (4.5 out of 5) and awarded an Editor's Choice.

The Editor is a basic image editing program available in the basic version. It can be used to make simple changes to screenshots, including adding arrows, blurring sections, or cropping. Other features include adding new images called "stamps" onto screenshots, changing the viewing perspective of screen captures, adding annotations, using the eyedropper tool to determine the RGB values of any color, and other tools for improving the overall look of screen captures. The Editor uses Microsoft's Fluent Ribbon UI.

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