If you are looking for HyperSnap, you have come to the right place. We explain what HyperSnap is and point you to the official download.
What is HyperSnap?
Developed and released by Hyperionics Technology, the software called HyperSnaps primarily functions as a screen capturing software particular used for text, screen games, and Windows screens. The software is capable of capturing screen shots from sources which usually prohibit users from copying normal text. This is possible as it is integrated with the technology called TextSnap. The software can likewise be used as a utility for image editing.
Images that can be captured by HyperSnap can be easily included in projects like on-line tutorials, presentations, training materials, websites, and Help Systems. It is also equipped with both Direct3D and DirectX which allow users to copy full screen games images using simplified tools. Users may also opt to use the conventional menu or switch directly to a more modern interface called ribbon.
HyperSnap (also recognizes voice commands which can be learned using the video demos and tutorial booklets that come with it. Users may likewise explore the Button Capture for quick capturing of bulk documents. It can also automatically convert files and search files. Its Extended Window Capture technology is also compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8.
Download HyperSnap from the developer
File.org does not provide software hosting. We send you directly to the developer's site, to make sure you download the latest, original version of the program.
Download HyperSnap (external link)
File types supported by HyperSnap
About file types supported by HyperSnap
File.org aims to be the go-to resource for file type- and related software information. We spend countless hours researching various file formats and software that can open, convert, create or otherwise work with those files.
If you have additional information about which types of files HyperSnap can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
Last updated: : September 3, 2013