I make a lot of screenshots, using Snapz Pro X. It’s always open on my machine, as I never know when I might need a screenshot for an article, or to send to tech support, or for future reference.
Along with Eudora it is one of only two programs that are still PowerPC, rather than designed for the Intel chip in my MacBook Pro.
- Snapz Pro X 2.1.0 is now a Universal Binary that runs natively on PowerPC and Intel Macs
- Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard WWDC Release compatibility
- Greatly improved capture performance in various situations
- Support for QuickTime compression sessions, enabling H.264 multipass encoding
- Restored the ability to “Save Later” when post-processing movie captures
- Numerous bug fixes and enhancements
Ambrosia Software also announced a successor to Snapz Pro X:
“If you use Snapz Pro X, you’ll be astounded by what we are working on,” said Andrew Welch, Ambrosia’s el Presidente.