[Download] Snagit Screen Capture Utility Tool for Mac Released; Runs on Intel Mac with OS X 10.5.8 or Later

Written By Sam on 11 November 2010

TechSmith makes it to the Macintosh with Snagit, a screen capture utility tool. TechSmith has been associated with Windows for a long time and has been providing tools to the operating system. It finally made the transition to the Mac and the new Snagit comes loaded with features like never before. The product had been released earlier in a beta version to the public, but now TechSmith is releasing the full fledged version when it launches it on the Mac.

So it’s not just simply capturing snapshots of the screen, it’s much more and comes with an array of editing, organizing and sharing options. It will empower users to communicate faster and more clearly as well as archive all data and information.

Here is a categorized look at the top features of this tool:

  • To Capture: The ‘all in one’ option enables users to capture their entire desk top, or a region or a window with a single click or hot key.
  • The ‘window capture’ option lets the user take a snapshot of any website, email or application open.
  • The ‘delay capture’ option is interesting as it allows the user to set up what they want to capture and then snag it when its ready.
  • To Edit: The ‘handy tools’ are truly handy as they provide options to customize your snapshot with arrows, stamps etc.
  • Users can ‘add effects’ to their captures and add new perspective with borders and shadows and make their own custom designs.
  • Images can be ‘combined’ by creating layers and adding further dimension to their captures.
  • To Share: Once a user is done with the editing process, sharing is the easiest and most convenient. The finished images from Snagit can be dragged and dropped onto any iWork solutions or MS office products.
  • To share images online, just send it to Screencast.com and share the URL or embed it in a blog. It can even be shared through email or an FTP server.
  • Organizing is also very convenient as the application stores all work automatically. Plus recent images and captures are archived into the capture tray so that they may be easily and quickly accessed.

The application will run on an Intel Mac with OS X 10.5.8 or later. A fully licensed version costs $50, though a 30-day free trial is being offered by TechSmith on the same – http://www.techsmith.com/download/snagit/

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