Vertical Moon has released
Screenography 1.0, a new utility that can capture any area of your Mac’s display to an image, video or Flash file. Screen grabs can be saved in a variety of formats, including BMP, GIF, JPEG, Photoshop, PNG, TIFF, SWF and others while screen recordings can be saved as AVI, MPEG-4, MOV, SWF, DV and more. Screenography can create self-executable Flash Projector files and automatically include a copyright notice or other watermark on every capture it generates, as well as save thumbnail images.
In addition, Screenography comes with several built-in Flash pre-loaders that you can use to notify viewers how their download is progressing. It also integrates with another Vertical Moon utility,
SWF Lock & Load, which you can employ to create custom pre-loaders.
Screenography is US$49.95. A Lite version that lacks the ability to capture video is $19.95. Vertical Moon sells both of them as downloads — if you want the software on a CD, the cost is $12 more. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.1 (v10.2 recommended), a G3 running at 400MHz, 128MB RAM (256MB recommended), 100MB of hard drive space, QuickTime 6.0 and Macromedia Flash MX 2004, if you want to import FLV files.