The Snagit 13 Capture Window might be new to many people, but for some, it could be a welcome return to a more familiar look and feel.
Overall, the new capture interface gives you complete control over your capture:
To take a capture, it’s as easy as 1-2-3 (and sometimes 4).
If so, don’t worry… you can get it back! OneClick is the docked capture interface from previous versions of Snagit (displayed below). If you prefer OneClick or a Jing-like workflow and want a quick capture button hanging out on the side or top of your screen, you can easily turn on that interface.
From the Snagit Capture Window, select View > Show OneClick
From the Snagit Capture Window, select View > Hide OneClick.
We cover the essentials in these Getting Started tutorials. Learn the basics in less than 30 minutes!
Quickly Capture Your Screen
A timely image capture shared with the right people can drastically improve communication.
Working With the Canvas
Build your own impressive graphics from scratch using the tools found in Snagit Editor.
Share Your Media
Export images and videos in the file format you need to the destination you want.
Intro to Video
Record your screen, webcam, or switch between the two to create a compelling video.
Take your Snagit skills to the next level with tutorials that cover advanced capture, editing tools, and more!
TechComm & Training
Get started with video in your training and technical documentation.
Learn 10 ways to make better screenshots.
Learn how to document any computer process by creating an “off-the-cuff” video tutorial.
Learn how to style graphics so that all your visuals reinforce and leverage your brand.
Get more out of Snagit with integrations and companion apps.
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