TechSmith SnagIt 11.2.1 Build 72

Software, System Tools. June 3, 2013 by samura1.

Here's the latest update of TechSmith SnagIt, the award-winning screen-capture software. Using SnagIt, you can select and capture anything on your screen, then easily add text, arrows, or effects, and save the capture to a file or share it immediately by e-mail or IM.

Capture – if you can see it, you can snag it!
Don’t waste time cropping your captures. Snag exactly what you need, with just a click.
• Profiles make it easy. Techsmith SnagIt comes with eleven preset buttons that make screen capture a cinch! Capture a region of your screen, text from a window, the contents of a tall page that scrolls, all the images on a Web page, you get the idea.
• Custom suits you. Don’t feel limited by the eleven profiles—create your own combinations for nearly unlimited capture possibilites. What’s that? You want to set up a keystroke that captures a menu along with the mouse pointer…adds a drop shadow…and sends the image directly to your blog? Sure, no problem!

Edit – the right tools, right now!
You don’t need a million confusing options, you need the right tools at the right time. Unlike expensive, complex image editing suites, SnagIt makes everyday screen capture tasks one-click easy.

• Say more with pictures+words. Use an arrow to direct attention. Add a text callout to explain clearly. Apply ready-made objects from the menus…and your picture is worth 1,000 more words!
• Look like a pro. Make your screenshot pop with a drop shadow. Give it perspective, spotlight an area, or add other nifty effects.
• Convey complex ideas simply. Combine multiple images, callouts, shapes, and clip art stamps into a rich and detailed information graphic.
• Have fun! Add a speech balloon to that photo of your cat.

Share – send captures where they need to go…instantly!
Yes, you can save your captures in all the common—and a few uncommon—image formats. But with SnagIt’s free output accessories you can do so much more!

• Collaborate in a flash. Click a button to send a screen capture by email, AIM, or Skype.
• Be social. Share screenshots on Flickr. Post images directly to your blog. Publish to your Web site via FTP. No technical degree required!
• Get projects done quicker. Embed images directly into your Microsoft Office projects, MindManager map, or OneNote page.

Organize – SnagIt keeps track, so you don’t have to
• Save nothing…save everything. SnagIt stores every capture automatically and keeps the most recent visible. A huge timesaver!
• Find your stuff. Whether or not you saved it, find that capture later with the new visual search pane. Remember just one detail—like the approximate date or the Web site you captured—and find your capture instantly.
• Get organized (if you want to). As you capture images for next month’s big project, tag them with “big project” or set the “Important” flag. No need to save anything in folders…just come back next month and view all your big project files with a click!

Changes in TechSmith SnagIt 11.2.0
* Redesigned OneClick.
* Redesigned the Snagit Message Center.
* Added support for two-factor authentication in the YouTube output.
* Added additional Japanese file name components for automatic file naming.
* Re-added support for resizing multiple images through batch conversion.
* Improved the performance of scrolling captures in Microsoft Outlook emails.
* Fixed a bug where Snagit Editor would crash after uploading a video to YouTube.
* Fixed a bug where Snagit could not back up and restore a library larger than 4 GB.
* Fixed a crash bug caused by grouping and ungrouping several vector objects on the canvas.


Install Notes:
1) Unzip, unrar and install the application.
2) Use keygen to generate your personalized serial.
3) Block Snagit through your firewall to avoid homephoning and sending of your PIRATED regcode!

TechSmith SnagIt 11.2.1 Build 72
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