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SnagIt 2018.0.2.662

By Tech Smith  (Commercial Trial)
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Simple screenshots are taken with Print-Key and MS Paint. For anything more advanced, like manuals, tutorials or presentations, Techsmith SnagIt is the tool of choice. The powerful screen capturing and image manipulation software records stills and videos. Other than traditional full screen the capturing area can be set to window, region or scrolling area. A large range of tools allows creative image editing like resizing, cutting, annotating, coloring, framing and image combining as well as numerous fancy effects, for example perspective, shadows and page-curl. SnagIt supports instant images and video sharing on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or over Email and FTP. Exporting data to MindManager or Evernote is made available through plugins.

Title: SnagIt 2018.0.2.662
Filename: snagit
File size: 39KB (40,149 bytes)
Requirements: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: December 19, 2017
Author: Tech Smith
www.techsmith.com
MD5 Checksum: 81EBCD7E9DFF04C161829877AC09F8DC

Fixed an issue where Snagit sometimes prevents Enterprise machines from creating User Profiles.
Added option to disable automatic crash dump generation for Enterprise users.
Updated all unlock buttons on trial countdown screens to say "Enter Software Key".
Changed button text on initial screen to "Sign In to Start Trial" and "Enter Software Key".
Fixed a crash on launch when Windows Media Feature Pack is not installed on Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows N.
Fixed a crash in Snagit Editor when in-app messages are updated.
Fixed a crash on Windows 7 when processing video captures.
Updated Grab Text results window to support exiting via Esc key.
Fixed an issue that could cause Snagit to be slow and unresponsive at startup.

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