Easy to use, nothing missing. Added texts can be updated and translated at any time. Several useful additional functions, such as basic video capture and text capture. Optional integration with Microsoft Word.
Price: approx. €48
Adds some additional buttons to each window at runtime. Instead of remembering a keyboard shortcut you can then click one of these buttons, for example, “W” for “Window” or “R” for “Region.” FullShot then creates the desired screenshot (and removes the additional buttons from these screenshots). Screenshots can easily be updated. In particular, added texts, such as callouts, are retained and can be edited. Highly efficient functions for capturing menus and command bars. Wide range of effects.
Price: approx. $90 (“Professional”)
Focuses especially on the requirements of technical documentation and single source publishing. Supports text variables. Users of the authoring system Flare (developed by the same company) can save images automatically in two versions: one version for online help, and one version for printed user manuals. The online version, for example, can be in color, the print version in gray. Also the resolution of both versions can be different. Images remain fully editable, irrespective of their format. Elements can be saved to palettes and reused. The design of the elements added to your screenshots, such as callouts, can be standardized conveniently.
Price: approx. $39
Especially powerful if you want to print screen captures directly on paper, but also has many advanced options to save as files.
Price: approx. $15; free for noncommercial use
Price: approx. $40
Price: approx. €20
Basic screen capture tool, combined with image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair, and whiteboard.
Price: approx. $22; free for personal use
Price: approx. $25
Price: approx. $30
SPX Instant Screen Capture Bundle
Price: approx. $23
Price: approx. $20
Creates screen captures and movies from video games.
Price: approx. €30