One of my favorite screenshot programs is Snagit, and in large part because of its capture library system. However, if you want to move the screenshot library it takes a little bit of work.
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The Print Screen feature in Windows is used these days to take screenshots. But it used to send the screen directly to the printer. Use Snagit to bring that functionality back.
Are you looking for a way to take a screenshot of a web page and convert to PDF? Try Snagit. It provides a 30-day trial and $49.99 after that — and worth every penny. It lets you take screenshots, convert images, apply filters, upload and share images and more. Launch your default browser, then open […]
We just took a look at exporting Snagit Quick Styles, but to make those exported files useful we need to import them. You’ll need to know how to do this if you want to restore Quick Styles that you’ve backed up, or if you have a friend or colleague that wants to try out Quick […]
Snagit is positively our favorite screen capturing program for Windows and Mac. As we mention often, it’s what we use to capture all of the snazzy screenshots here on groovyPost. Unfortunately, it has also caused quite the headache when it comes to synchronizing Quick Styles across multiple computers. Snagit doesn’t have an apparent built-in technique for […]
This past week we held our very first groovy giveaway. We had a total of 5 Snagit 10 licenses to give out, courtesy of Techsmith, the developers of Snagit! During the week of the giveaway we received some great comments and even a video so it’s now my pleasure to announce the winners! The top […]
You know those t-shirts that old people wear that say, “Ask me about my grandkids“? Well, around here at the groovyPost offices, we wear shirts that say, “Ask me about my screen capture software.” Just kidding, actually—we don’t have an office, nor do we have those hypothetical, yet potentially awesome shirts. But we do love […]
I’ve yet to meet a graphic artist who isn’t familiar with Photoshop’s Magic Wand tool. It is hands-down one of the best ways to edit and create transparencies in an image. While it might not be quite as good as Photoshop, Version 10 of Snagit offers a groovy light-weight solution that can handle simple transparency […]
TechSmith’s Snagit is worth every single penny. I’ve been using it for about two years, and I’m still discovering ways that it can make my life easier. Case in point: the Snagit Batch Image Conversion Wizard. If you’re like me and have been using SnagIt solely for its primary function—capturing and annotating screenshots—then you’ve never […]
Snagit 10 came loaded with new features, and our overall review of the software was that it is easily one of the best screen capture tools available. Version 10 was the first to introduce in-house transparency support, however, what came along with it are a few transparency issues. Fortunately, after talking to Techsmith support we […]
TechSmith’s Snagit has long been the reigning king of screen capture software, with its robust screenshot capabilities and hands-down awesome editing and annotation features. For Windows users, this masterpiece is a familiar fixture, with Snagit 10 being released earlier this year. The Mac version of Snagit, on the other hand, has been quietly waiting in […]
If you deal with computers every day you will often have the need to take a screenshot to explain something, to show how something works, or to snap that great moment of you defeating the final boss. Unfortunately, the traditional PrintScreen + MS Paint method isn’t always the best way to go. That’s why today […]
In a previous article we talked about sharing screenshots through screencast.com using Techsmith’s SnagIt. Today I’m going to cover their free screen capturing tool Jing. Jing is built to be very user-friendly, even grandma could get the hang of it with just a little bit of practice (although she may need help setting it up). […]
If you’re someone who takes a lot of screenshots then Snagit may be a program you’ll enjoy. The one thing that’s annoying about taking screenshots, however, is the hassle to upload and share them over the internet, especially on message boards / forums. Snagit has a lot of new features, and one of them is […]