Ashampoo Snap 9 Free Download With Genuine License Key – Full Version Available – Tip and Trick.Ashampoo Snap 9 Free Download With Genuine License Key – Full Version Available – Tip and Trick
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When you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. FireShot addon for Chrome and Firefox is very good, plenty of features, and free. Is this the same as the Ashampoo Snap 9 offered before which I have? Looks very impressive, but like Clairvaux below, I’ve never been able to figure out how to use it.
Are there any nice-and-slow YouTube demonstrations? The deficiencies in screen capture utilities shows up when there are both horizonal and vertical scroll bars ie part of the image is off screen in both directions. Most only cater for instances where the image is off-screen vertically and can’t handle where it is both directions.
Snagit probably is the best performer but unfortunately it is not free. A free version has been offered online but Techsmith has confirmed that it is illegitimate. Sadly Snap 9 like most others failed to cut the mustard with me. I was quite disappointed because I like Ashampoo products and generally find them sound and worthwhile.
You can always opt out of their pushed promotions if that gets up your nose. Does this program also record the audio component of screen activity, or only the image? I couldn’t see an answer on the ashampoo product page, unless it is obvious.
With this PC I can choose the soudcard’s output [What U Hear] as the input for recording, or I can choose the built in audio’s Stereo Mix [though I had to go into the Properties using the Sound Control Panel to enable it] — which one I’d choose depends on which device, sound card or built in audio, I set as default for playback.
With those settings Snap can record audio. In those cases you might find a fix or work-a-round by Googling, or you can use a virtual audio driver — those drivers are also included in some capture apps. When I installed Snap it didn’t install a virtual driver, or offer to install one. I’ll try this new version of Ashampoo Snap, once more. Up to now, I’ve never been able to find one that worked intuitively as advertised. I kept downloading more and more offers for free Ashampoo Snap’s versions, here and there, but I never got to use it regularly.
Right now, my favorite screen grabber is Pic Pick free version. It does much less than Ashampoo Snap on paper, but it does it very well. In theory, Ashampoo is much more powerful, but I’ve never found how to use the extra features that do interest me : save a screenshot of a whole web page, including the invisible parts, or make a screenshot of a drop-down menu.
Never mind video grabbing. Also, the interface purports to be easy, but in reality it’s overwhelming. I confirm : stupid interface. Starting from the System Tray, I need to look in the middle of a huge list of features to find the command I want, Capture Region.
It should be very near the top. It certainly should not come after Capture Scrolling, which is an advanced feature. Then I can’t activate this right away, because there’s a cascading menu offering me other options, that I will never use. Apart from the most obvious : Capture Free Rectangle Region what complicated language!
That’s 4 clicks, just to activate that very basic screen grab. The other options, I don’t even understand what they do. What’s a Custom Region? How is Custom different from Free? Now, OK, I drag the friggin’ “region” I need to snap.
The “region” is isolated in a dark background. And then? What do I do? No hints. No indications. I right-click on the “region”. The “region” disappears. I have to start all over again. This time, I correctly guess I have to click on the “region”.
Can’t you write on the blasted screen : click to copy, or something like that? Most other screen grabbers do that. Now, the screenshot opens in the editor. What am I supposed to do? There are a hundred icons all around, none of them intuitive. I want to draw a border around my screen grab, because, you know, it’s white. Absolutely basic requirement. I click on the Apply Border icon. It doesn’t apply a border. It opens a menu, with bizarre options I can’t understand.
OK, suppose I keep the defaults. How do I get out of this? How do I “apply border”? There’s one button, and it says “Close”. I don’t want to close, I want to apply border. So I close, because that’s the only way out. There’s no way to know whether the border has, indeed, been applied. Now I want to do something very complex, you see, and paste this screen grab in a document of mine. So I right-click on the image, and fortunately, there’s a Copy to clipboard option there.
But if I point on other parts of the screen grab, there is another context menu, without Copy, but with totally obscure commands. Then what am I supposed to do? This friggin’ editor window is occupying the whole screen. I can’t minimise it or toss it to the side. There’s no standard Windows buttons on the top right of the windows, because I suppose you’re smarter than everybody. So I try to close it by clicking on the huge red x.
Now you’re asking me whether I want to save all changes or discard all changes in opened files. I don’t know. What opened files? I didn’t open any files. Why are you interfering with my work? For the time being, I just want to paste the bloody screenshot in a bloody document to make sure I got it right, and make sure you put the bloody border around it.
So I click either of the two buttons, Yes or No, and I don’t see any difference in what happens next. Then finally, I can paste the screenshot in my document, and I order to reproduce these steps and write about them, I have had to redo them from the start for each single step, because the editor window doesn’t stay up there, like a standard Windows window.
You can’t leave it in the background, and come back to it later. It just goes away. Absolutely terrible interface and workflow. Window 7 Snipping Tool is way better than this, for Chrissake. It does all of the above in a completely intuitive way. Why can’t you build upon your ancestors, and do something better, instead of destroying everything they did, and build up an unusable monster because “features” and “power”?
What power? There’s no power in it if it’s unusable. Clairvaux, I completely disagree. Have been using this one for a long time and I find the interface to be very natural.
I can’t stand the windows snipping tool in which you have to capture the exact region precisely with no option to correct. I may have spent 5 minutes to figure it out the first time I used it, but immediately liked it and I use it every day without giving it a second thought.
But what it does, it does beautifully. That’s what great software should aim to : do things right. Most of the time, the Snipping Tool is enough. Now if you want to do more it’s difficult to do as little , there’s no lack of well thought-out software and mostly free. Want to be able to crop your screenshot after the fact?
Pic Pick, Greenshot and scores of others can do that, with considerably swifter, faster, smarter and more intuitive workflows. Dear [ GOTD ] fellows. Ashampoo software does what it promises Peter Blaise, Let me be very clear : I actually believe that the quality of German software is one of the best-kept secrets of computerdom.