April 16, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] DVD Snap takes screenshots of any movie running on your Apple DVD player. DVD Snap's features include manual single shots as well as automatic sequential, time-dependent shots, e.g. every 1...60s. Lunch multiple screenshots in iPhoto of your favourite movie to generate slideshows.
The new update DVD SNAP 1.1.0 has a transparent interface and is now working simultaneously in full screen mode with Apple DVD Player. Choose between capturing in any video size or in full screen mode. A default picture file name is used so that overwriting of pictures during sequential snapping is not possible.
State-of-the-art screen capture utilities use rather formal procedures to grab pictures from the screen which are in principle functions of Mac OS X already. DVD Snap was made especially for DVD capturing because it is the only feature which is NOT available under Mac OS X and within Apple DVD Player. The interface and capturing options were developed to match all the special requirements of users working with Apple's DVD player as the default application to watch movies. Like iMovie and iPhoto, DVD Snap allows a highly intuitive work together with Apple's DVD player, which makes the capturing of even very short or fast scenes (“snapshots”) using the sequential capture function of DVD Snap very easy and comfortable.
A 60min DEMO version is available at the Tool Force Software site. The single user licence code for the full and unlimited version can be purchased using the KAGI online store for $ 19.95.
Tool Force Software develops and distributes utility software for Mac OS X to enhance productivity, effectivity, security, to save time and to have more fun with your Mac.
Founded in November 2006, Tool Force Software has invented two shareware products, DVD Snap and TextCrypt with continued updates and customer care up to now.