Today, renowned software manufacturer Ashampoo releases the next generation of Ashampoo Snap, a product that has already been downloaded and used by millions to create, edit and publish screenshots and videos. Particularly noteworthy features of this latest version include improved overall handling and usability, increased performance due to support for multi-core processors and a brand-new 1-Click web upload feature for instant publication of your work.
- Ashampoo Snap 6 - The ideal tool to capture, edit and publish screen contents
- New: Uploading of screenshots to Ashampoo Snap webspace
- New: Readjustable dynamic objects like watermarks and drop shadows
- New: Faster, more productive and compatible through numerous improvements
- New: Multi-core processor support
- New: Real-time editing and live preview
- New: Revised capture bar for smoother workflows
- New: 1-Click web uploads
- Price: $19.99
- More information here
Ashampoo Snap 6 runs on Windows 8
In view of the coming release of Microsoft Windows 8, our developers made sure Ashampoo Snap 6 plays nicely with Windows 8. Capturing on the desktop and within Metro apps as well as the new Internet Explorer 10 is already supported in our latest version of Snap.
"User-generated content on video portals is growing immensely and our product makes it exceptionally easy for users to create and upload desktop videos. This is why Ashampoo Snap 6 will continue to become even more relevant to both our users and to us. We have put a lot of effort into the product and we are convinced it will show both in terms of quality and success." says leading developer Nikolaus Brennig.
Rapid screenshot sharing through Ashampoo Snap Webspace
Ashampoo Snap 6 supports instant 1-click web uploading, no login required. Either distribute the weblink directly or share it via email, social networks or instant messaging services, all accessible right from the webspace page.
Extensive editing support with dynamic objects
Once created, screenshots may be edited and customized. Ashampoo Snap 6 supports real-time editing, e.g. of watermarks, drop shadows, time stamps, transitions and more.
Numerous additional improvements and revamped design
During the development of Ashampoo Snap 6, a great deal of time was spent increasing the speed and usability of the product. With full support for multi-core processors, operations now literally happen in a snap and the new intuitive user-interface turns complex tasks into self-explanatory 1-click actions. Where appropriate, visual cues provide useful pointers and live previews offer instantaneous feedback for all real-time adjustable effects and settings, always undoable, naturally. Another useful addition is webcam recording, especially handy to create tutorials. Publishing your work has never been faster and easier.
Home user or professional - Ashampoo Snap 6 offers virtually limitless possibilities
Ashampoo Snap 6 covers a wide range of applications. Home users may create collections, e.g. of favorite recipes or holiday pictures, visualize genealogical research or document bank account transactions. Professionals can use Ashampoo Snap 6 to create instructional videos for their employees or enhance the design of presentations, simple and straightforward. Millions of home and professional users worldwide have already come to appreciate the many benefits of the product.
A single license costs USD 19.99.
Please download the trial version of Ashampoo Snap 6 here.
Latest News Posts
- CRYENGINE goes open source, now available for download
- Blizzard announces ranked play is coming to Overwatch next month
- Want another Mirror's Edge game? That's up to you, says EA
- AIDA64 developers spill the beans on NVIDIA's full Pascal line up
- Foxconn has replaced more than half its workers with robots
- Asrock MB front HD audio doesn't work (rear works)
- GA-H97-Gaming 3 trying to Raid Two 950pro's via PCIE Apadpter
- GA-Z170MX-Gaming 5 USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt not recognized
- LaCie 8big Thunderbolt 2 1U Rack Review
- PC won't boot - it trys, all fans run for approx 5 secs then shut down and start again!
- Samsung Electronics expands 750 EVO SSD with worldwide availability and increases capacity to 500GB
- Free public gamer event E3 Live to debut in Los Angeles
- Cryorig teases two new cases bound for Computex 2016
- Toshiba launches the OCZ RD400 NVMe SSD series
- Colorful & Bykski announces first water block for GTX 1080 Founders Edition