Ashampoo Snap is a program designed to help you take snapshots and capture video recordings, with just a few clicks.
Ashampoo Snap 9 enables users to capture with pixel perfect accuracy, edit and share screen contents either as single images or videos. The application comes with powerful image editing capabilities.
Ashampoo Snap lets users take screenshots of Web pages, specific selections, or even entire desktops using its simple capture bar. Once captures are created, you can make changes such as adding elements, resizing, or rotating through an image editor. Snap 6 also allows for video and audio recording (via microphone), making production of video screencasts a cinch. Time-lapse video and interval snapshot features are other useful tools in creating video tutorials.
Intuitive installation and clear-cut interface
Once you install the program, you will be able to access its features via the capture bar (placed on the upper part of the screen) and the system tray. The UI is very intuitive, allowing all user categories to easily find their way around the program, without encountering any kind of issues.
Types of screenshot captures and editing options
Furthermore, you can capture a single window, scrolling window (freestyle or website), as well as a free rectangle, freestyle or fixed region. Once you have captured an image, you can edit it by using tools for blur, pixelate, erase, marker, spotlight, flood fill, shape, pencil, arrow, text, hint, stamp and zoomed button.
Capture video input and tweak some settings
This tool enables you to capture a video (single window, desktop, rectangular or fixed region), configure audio and video settings (e.g. capture a typical Windows application, capture the microphone), set the encoding method (on the fly or disk cache) and configure mouse cursor and effects.
Performance and conclusion
The program takes up a moderate amount of system resources, includes step-by-step tutorials and ran smoothly during our tests. It has a very good response time and no errors have popped up when we were evaluating it.