To use Snapz Pro 2, invoke it with the Snapz Key (default - command shift 3). Select the File type you'd like to save your image as in the File Type popup menu. Choose the options available to that file type in the File Options popup menu. Select the tool you'd like to use, either full screen, window, menu, or selection.
File types and their options are explained more fully in chapter 10, "Saving the Image" in the Snapz Pro 2 Documentation.
If you select full screen, the image will be captured immediately. If you select window or menu, the image will be captured when you mouse click inside the window or menu. If you use the selection tool, once you've highlighted the area you want to capture, the image will be captured when you press either the return key, or the Snapz Keys one more time.
The capture tools are explained more fully in the chapters 5-8, "Full Screen", "Window", "Menu", and "Selection", in the Snapz Pro 2 Documentation.
To capture a QuickTime movie, invoke Snapz Pro 2, then select .mov as the file type. Select the capture tool and the area to be captured. Then record your movie. To stop recording, press the Snapz Keys one more time. You'll get an option to select the compression and quality options in the Save Movie dialog box. Click Okay, and your video will be written to a QuickTime movie file.
QuickTime movie recording is explained more fully in chapter 9, "Capturing a QuickTime Movie", in the Snapz Pro 2 Documentation.
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