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SnagIt 2.2

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Screen Capture and So Much More

Snagit helps you provide better feedback, encourage teamwork, and create images that explain exactly what you mean. Quickly snag what’s on your screen, enhance it with effects, and then share your creations instantly.

Features

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Snag anything, on the fly. All-in-One Capture
Give yourself some time. Delay Capture
Communicate clearer. Video Capture
Grab attention. Markup Tools
Customize your images. Special Effects
Easy multi-tasking. Combine Images
Organize images. Auto-Storing
Easy-to-find captures. Capture Tray
Create error free callouts. Spell Check
Efficiently share your images and videos. New Outputs

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