Hypersnap is a program designed to help users capture professional looking screenshot images with their computers. The program is produced by Hyperionics and is compatible only with Windows computers that run Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows Server version 2008 or newer. Available for immediate download, the program is offered with a free trial and has won multiple awards due to its many features.
With Hypersnap, you can create screenshots of virtually anything on your screen whether you’re viewing your desktop, working in a program, browsing online or playing a game. You can take a snapshot of one portion of the screen, the entire screen or even images across multiple monitors. The program has the ability to capture parts of the screen that similar programs cannot, such as drop-down menus and individually buttons. Snapping pictures is as easy as pressing a hotkey, and it’s possible to pre-schedule the program to take images at specific times, so you can focus on the work required rather than taking the photos. There is even a feature that lets you automatically enlarge the size of an image in one step without having to scroll. A special TextSnap features makes it possible to take images of words and have them appear clear, crisp and easy to read.
Once you have taken a screenshot with Hypersnap, you can use the editing tools to add many effects. You can draw on images, add text, create image stamps and more. The program is fully customizable, so you can set up the interface to perfectly meet your needs.
HyperSnap is an image capture program for taking screenshots on Windows computers. The program is an award winner, and a short test of the software easily reveals why. For Windows users who want to be able to easily take a wide variety of screenshot images and do not need video capture capabilities, HyperSnap stands out as an economical, powerful choice.
The image capture possibilities with HyperSnap are comparable or more exhaustive to all other software programs of its kind. There is nothing that the program can't capture with its state-of-the-art imaging technology. Even menus and individual buttons can be captured with the imaging tool on demand or with a preset scheduler. The program saves images to a number of different formats, and its editing tools offer a complete set of solutions for enhancing and labeling images.
The disadvantages of HyperSnap are very few. For one thing, the program is not compatible with any version of Mac OS X, so some people will be unable to use it entirely. The program is also not as sleek and intuitive as some of its competitors. It has a more dated look and some people find its interface to be intimidating; however, the program is rather easy to use once you tour its features. Since the interface is customizable, it can also be altered to make it as simple to use as possible. There are also some reports of the TextSnap function not being able to properly capture very elaborate fonts, and some update releases have been unstable and difficult to install.