Ambrosia Software Inc. has updated their popular screen capture and QuickTime video capture utility
Snapz Pro X to version 1.0.7. The new version adds Korean language localization and makes several fixes.
Using Snapz Pro X, Mac OS X users can grab screenshots in applications where Apple’s built-in screen capture utility might not function — games, for example. You can also use Snapz Pro X to capture QuickTime movies of applications in action — for training, for example.
The new version of Snapz Pro X can capture video with less lag than before thanks a new “High priority capture” checkbox. Korean language localization has been added, and other localizations have been tweaked with minor changes. Ambrosia has also pulled non-English documentation to reduce the download size (they’re still available separately).
What’s more, Ambrosia has also fixed problems associated with screen capture and movie capture in X11 applications, and has worked around a problem that prevented Snapz Pro from capturing images in full-screen games that capture the display. Other minor issues have been made, too. For a complete list, visit
Ambrosia’s Web site discussion boards.
Snapz Pro X v1.0.7 is a free upgrade for registered users. Users who received Snapz Pro bundled on their Macs are licensed to use that version — they must pay Ambrosia to upgrade to the latest registered version (at a discount). Snapz Pro X costs US$29 to register for the basic version; $49 to register for the QuickTime movie version.