Ambrosia Software, Inc. has announced the release of a new version of
Snapz Pro X, the company’s screen capture utility for Mac OS X.
Snapz Pro enables you to capture not just individual screen images from OS X applications, but it also provides users with the ability to record QuickTime movies of what’s happening on screen as well. The software enables you to define what exactly you’re capturing and what format and size the images are stored in — capabilities not offered by Mac OS X’s own built-in screen capture function.
The new version of Snapz Pro fixes problems with QuickTime 6.0 and adds support for Mac OS X 10.2, code-named “Jaguar.” It also adds “ClearScale” technology, which produces better looking scaled screenshots and movies.
Snapz Pro X 1.0.6 adds new window isolation borders, adds some performance optimizations, and fixes a few minor bugs as well, according to Ambrosia. The full details on what has changed are
“If your computer came bundled with a free copy of Snapz Pro X, the
bundling deal is between Apple and their customers and includes the
version of Snapz Pro X that shipped with their machine,” said Ambrosia. Users of such versions interested in obtaining a full registered copy of the software can do so
at a heavily discounted rate.