Download key generator for SolveigMM HyperCam 3.2.1107.8

HyperCam captures the action from your Windows screen and saves it to
AVI (Audio-Video Interleaved) movie file. Sound from your system
microphone is also recorded. Please note that HyperCam is not intended
for re-recording of other video clips from the screen (e.g. playing in
Media Player, RealVideo, QuickTime etc.), but rather for creating
regular software presentations, tutorial, demos etc.
FEATURES INCLUDE:
• New in ver. 6 TextSnap™ feature to capture editable text from
almost anywhere on the screen, when running under Windows 2000, XP,
Vista or newer. Starting from ver. 6.10 can also capture tab-delimited
data for easy paste into MS Excel.
• New & powerful image capture, editing, annotation and
manipulation tools.
• Snags also those difficult-to-grab screens from DirectX™ and
Glide™ games.
• Image stamps, frames, drop shadow, free-hand capture, FTP server
uploads, more!
• Automatic color substitution!
• Non-rectangular window capture!
• Button Capture - perfect for professional technical writers who
need to snap and document dozens of buttons!
• Auto-scrolls and concurrently captures long web pages and other.
documents, enabling it to grab more than is visible on the screen.
• Tightly integrates with the MS Windows clipboard to automate
repetitive tasks - will even automatically PASTE capture images where
needed!
• Automatically saves your captures to graphics files.
• Doubles as effective image viewer, format converter (over 20
image formats supported).
• Fully customizable user interface. Rearrange menus and toolbars
any way you want, assign any keyboard shortcuts you like, tear off
menus to create instant toolbars, even control HyperSnap with voice
commands!
• Extended Window Capture function when running on Windows XP� .
Resizes a window to be much bigger than the screen before the capture
- in one quick step, no auto-scrolling!
• Much, much more!
Please note that HyperCam is not intended for re-recording of other
video clips from the screen (e.g. playing in Media Player, RealVideo,
QuickTime etc.), but rather for creating regular software
presentations, tutorial, demos etc.