UltraSnap is a slick screen-capture tool with several unique post-capture editing functions that set it apart from similar utilities.
Professional Screen Capture
-You have all the tools to capture part or whole screen, even on multiple monitor desktops. You can capture any region, window or any window object (buttons, toolbars...) or whole screen. You can also zoom-in during region capture to grab the exact pixels. (right click during region screen capture).
-Use Repeat Last to grab the same region from screen like last time. You can also include cursor during capture or you can add cursor later to your capture.
-Define your own System-Wide Hot-Keys for the screen capture tools and leave the UltraSnap always running in the Tray. It is ready when you need it.
-The resut image you see in UltraSnap is simultaneously available in the clipboard and ready to be pasted in your application. You can change all the effects and properties (size, sharpness, effects, photo filters..) on the very same captured mage as much as you want back and forth because of its non-destructive editing.
Full WYSIWYG Editing
-The new PRO version adds a whole new meaning to the phrase \"smart screen capture\". With a click of a button you switch to the new editing mode where you can capture more images to create a composition from multiple screen captures, add various texts, cursors, arrows, draw lines or curves etc. Each object can be then customized with drop shadow, transparency, color, bevel, glow, resized, rotated, even apply perspective transformation. The result is sharp and professional because UltraSnap PRO uses combination of vector and bitmap anti-aliasing in its editor.
-On top of this, in PRO you can work on multiple \"projects\" at the same time. Still working on one capture, but quickly need to do another one? Or do you want to try few captures in a row, then decide which one to keep? Click New and you can start working on a different capture without disturbing the previous one, then simply switch back when you need to.
-This may not look like a big deal, but the fact that you can work simultaniously on few captures in composite editing mode and/or in the \"single capture\" mode, each with its own properties opens a whole new dimension into the capturing.