At long last, Ambrosia Software’s popular screenshot and screen recording utility has gone Universal to run natively on Intel Macs. Snapz Pro X v2.1.0 is available for download, and is a free update for registered users of the 2.0 version. Snapz Pro costs $29 for its standard version, $69 for the version that records screen video as QuickTime movies.
Snapz Pro lets you take screenshots or full motion video of anything on your screen. It features a variety of settings; you can identify file types, quality of compression, scale, you can snap specific objects (such as menus or windows), highlight a selection or take an image of the entire screen.
Besides Universal binary support, Snapz Pro X v2.1.0 also features compatibility with the WWDC developer release of Leopard, improves performance in various situation, supports QuickTime compression (including H.264 multipass encoding), restored the ability to “Save Later” when post-processing movie captures, and made other bug fixes and enhancements.
Snapz Pro X 2.1.0 requires Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later.
Ambrosia also offered a teaser at what they’re working on to replace Snapz Pro.
If you use Snapz Pro X, you’ll be astounded by what we are working on,” said Ambrosia president Andrew Welch. Additional details will be revealed in the future.
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