Everyone has their favourites, and mine is SnagIT. It’s not free, but it has such a great interface, I can’t face using anything else.
I use it for capturing shots of the environment, as it is now, and after I’ve changed it, and then annotating them with arrows and text.
The end result is either the shots are used for my client project documentation, or here on in the blog posts.
To show off some of the features, I am going to try to use SnagIT to capture itself.
SnagIT – The capturing side
So SnagIT is broke down into two parts, the capture side, and the editing of the captures.
We can do static images and video, with an in-depth editing of the static side, but little options for video.
So here’s the capture side, which is based around the use of profiles.