Snapz Pro X Version 2.0 Now Shipping

Ambrosia Software has released a new version of Snapz Pro X, bringing it to version 2.0. Snapz Pro X is a QuickTime movie capture app designed to allow users to take snap shots of video games or programs. The latest release features a redesigned interface and static screen shot capturing. According to Ambrosia Software:

Today Ambrosia Software, Inc. announces the start of a revolution in video capture technology with the release of Snapz Pro X 2.0. A revolution that allows anyone to easily record smooth, high quality video of anything on their screen. A revolution that will cause professionals to throw their scan converters into the dumpster.

In addition to a video capture engine that is 20x faster than anything else on the market, Snapz Pro X 2.0 boasts dozens of other new features that youill quickly wonder how you lived without. We did not follow the industry trend of bloated software with extraneous features; instead we rethought the product.

Snapz Pro X 2.0is interface has been completely redesigned to provide more powerful features while maintaining Snapz Pro Xis elegant simplicity. Rather than just tossing new features into an already full-featured product, we carefully examined how people use Snapz Pro X, and developed a new user interface that adds functionality without adding complexity.

For those who need static screen captures for manuals, web sites, etc., Snapz Pro X 2.0 offers many improvements. One of the most useful is "Live Preview" which shows you exactly how your screenshot will look before you save it to disk. This allows you to change border styles, scaling, cropping, and other settings on the fly. Instead of guessing what your screenshots will look like, you can get them right the first time.

You can find more information about the latest Snapz Pro X release at the Ambrosia Software Web site. Snapz Pro X 2.0 upgrades are available for US$20.00, while the full version is available for US$69.00.

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