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ScreenSteps
ScreenSteps
4.4.0
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ScreenSteps free download for Mac

ScreenSteps for Mac4.4.0

25 March 2021

Create visual training lessons in PDF or HTML format.

What is ScreenSteps for Mac

With ScreenSteps you can create a knowledge base your customers love. Help customers successfully use your product by providing better learning resources. The creation and maintenance of user documentation becomes a simple process with ScreenSteps. In turn these assets enhance enablement tools and speed customer and employee onboarding. ScreenSteps enables you to create visual user documentation, including articles, how-to guides and manuals. Further, it allows you to build a knowledge base for easy organization and maintenance. This way, you're encouraging self-service among your customers and improving efficiency on both sides.

The published price is the per-month cost of a subscription. View full pricing info.

What's new in ScreenSteps

Version 4.4.0:
Features
  • Support for authoring courses
  • Support for the new ScreenSteps user permissions system
Changes
  • Added workaround for images whose canvas no longer exists on the server
Bug Fixes
  • Setting a link target to "open in new window" now works in tables
  • Links to headings with multi-byte characters in the anchor name are now decoded properly when opening an article
  • Pressing the Return/Enter key at end of line that ends with a link will no longer carry the link over to the next line
  • The account name is now shown in the error message that appears when connecting to an account fails
  • If an error occurred while creating a preset the UI controls in the dialog were not enabled. The only way to close the dialog was to use the escape key or force quit the application
  • Errors are now reported correctly when importing files
  • Event handling now works properly when a modal dialog is open

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Mindplay
Mindplay
Feb 26 2019
4.1.0
0.5
Feb 26 2019
0.5
Version: 4.1.0
Crazy old fashioned app with a crazy pricing.
ylluminate
ylluminate
Nov 11 2016
4.0.1
0.0
Nov 11 2016
0.0
Version: 4.0.1
A MONTH? So Clarify still must be the preferred version for lighter / intermittent users?
Damian Weiss
Damian Weiss
Aug 6 2014
3.0.8
0.0
Aug 6 2014
0.0
Version: 3.0.8
Warning for all previous users of ScreenSteps 2.9: I just got a mail from the developers of ScreenSteps and Clarify. They say, Clarify 2 was the upgrade path for both Clarify 1 customers as well as ScreenSteps 2 users. As good Clarify 2 may be, its features are far behind from the features offered by ScreenSteps 2.9. So actually, Clarify 2 is a downgrade path for all loyal users of ScreenSteps 2.9. Furthermore, I found no possibility to import lessions of ScreenSteps 2 – so all lessions I made before are lost. Unfortunately, ScreenSteps 3 is a cloud based service with monthly costs of at least 29 $. If I had known that I would never have bought ScreenSteps 2! Now I'm stuck with ScreenSteps 2. As neither Clarify 2 nor ScreenSteps 3 are acceptable upgrade paths for me, I will have to look for a replacement of ScreenSteps 2. Perhaps anybody has any suggestions?
Rochade
Rochade
Jun 25 2014
3.0.8
0.0
Jun 25 2014
0.0
Version: 3.0.8
So sad good apps migrate to cloud based only services. I don't want my data to be stored on any additional 3rd party server especially if it may contain private or customer data. I won't give an application even a try if it can only be used in the cloud - or you have to sign up for a service. This happened to the great "Billings" app so I had to look for a replacement. The same is true for the beloved Screensteps. For me it was the best documentation tool available on the mac. But cloud based means it is dead for me. I have to look for a replacement but as far as I can see there isn't a real competitor on the market so far.
Randy-Crawford
Randy-Crawford
Nov 23 2010
2.8.7
2.0
Nov 23 2010
2.0
Version: 2.8.7
ScreenSteps has certain great advantages that make it worthy of consideration. I can output manuals to a variety of well designed outputs including pdf and html. It integrates with Zendesk which is very important to me. Also, it is cross platform which is very important if your are documenting a product runs on both Mac and Windows. It is very effective and easy to use when it comes to snapping screen shots which are automatically added as steps to an open lesson. This is a very quick and easy process that is seamlessly integrated into the process of using an application while you document it. At the end of a documentation session you are left with a lesson full of screen steps that can be nicely annotated and described with minimal text to produce a clear tutorial that teaches the end user well. Unfortunately, this is where things fall apart. It is extremely time consuming and tedious to reorganize steps into multiple small hyperlinked lessons All the time you save by creating steps easily is completely lost in the editing process. The editing interface is anti-productive. The standard system clipboard is not supported so there is no way to collect steps and improve efficiency using scrapbooks or multi-clipboards. There is no way to handle multiple steps so each step must be individually moved from lesson to lesson in a tedious multi-step process that wastes time and energy. In the end, the process of producing documentation becomes as frustrating and time consuming as it would be without the program. Because this program integrates with Zendesk I will continue to use it but only as a publishing tool. I will develop and organize all the content of my manual with other screen snap tools such as Little Snapper, Skitch and Voila and then move them into ScreenSteps as a final step. If you don't need multi platform or zendesk integration you are much better off with MacSnapper. If the time comes that the developer gets a productive editing interface in place, ScreenSteps could become the best product in the category of documentation development, but until then it is punishing experience to use this product.
Captain-Willard
Captain-Willard
Jan 24 2010
2.7.1
0.0
Jan 24 2010
0.0
Version: 2.7.1
Thanks for 10.4 Tiger support.
allanmacam-1
allanmacam-1
Jan 17 2010
2.7.1
0.0
Jan 17 2010
0.0
Version: 2.7.1
There are times when I have struck my forehead and said to myself "Why on earth didn't I try this before". Using ScreenSteps for the first time, I nearly knocked myself out! This program is easy to use, clean and uncluttered, does what it says on the box and produces excellent results.There is also a very excellent and easy to navigate Online Manual accessible from the application.(The screen casts are also useful.) No doubt as my experience with the program grows, there may be times when I will need to ask the developer questions, but I've got this feeling that this one developer who is going to respond quickly - He has got to have pride in producing such an elegant program. My money will be in the post soon but for now, Five Stars.
Kr8zedkas
Kr8zedkas
Jun 13 2008
2.1b48
5.0
Jun 13 2008
5.0
Version: 2.1b48
got to be 1 of neatest mac tools some one made in recent times!! still using demo now but plan to buy soon to use for school. great job screensteps developer. I love it & very useful like I said I didn't buy yet,still in demo mode so can't say how stable er any thing yet but so far its caused no crashes or problems. also like developers' frequent upgrades that I've seen on MACUPDATE lots because they do add new additions to it so its not just for advertising like some programs look to do on here so their programs show on main MACUPDATE web site page. over-all I like it very much & does what it says it does. can't wait until I use it for next semester class. 5 big stars from me
Umijin
Umijin
Feb 24 2008
2.0.2r31
0.0
Feb 24 2008
0.0
Version: 2.0.2r31
How about some heads up the the new version (2) won't work with 1.1x licenses - particularly the ones bought here on MacUpdate in late July 07? If one copies the download here onto his/her hard drive, it will overwrite the version 1 copy. There doesn't seem to be any link on the BlueMango web to get the version 1 app. Furthermore - three versions for 2? Yuck! This app has been very useful to me in the past, but with upgrade practices like this, I have to question whether I will support this developer any further. I would have been more than willing to PAY for the upgrade had the developer been forthcoming about upgrade fees. And I have to agree that the new interface is worse than the old one.
spacestation
spacestation
Feb 21 2008
2.0.2r31
0.0
Feb 21 2008
0.0
Version: 2.0.2r31
Please return the GUI to the way it was in version 1. It was sooo elegant!
RogerKatz
RogerKatz
Jul 27 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 27 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Be sure to check out the developer's instructional video. It gives you a great feeling for the utility and ease of use of this program.
Dougray
Dougray
Jul 27 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 27 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
As someone who develops instructional material, this seems like an interesting app. I am wondering how much time it would save me over just taking regular screen caps in OSX.
Jyeary
Jyeary
Jul 27 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 27 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This looks interesting. Is anyone here using it on a regular basis?
spacestation
spacestation
Jul 27 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 27 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
let's get creative! besides lessons...what else could we use this for? ?
Jdmiller
Jdmiller
Jul 27 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 27 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Definately want to pick it up at this price.
Jerrymk
Jerrymk
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Jerry Keller writes: This should really make instruction manuals simple to organize. Looking forward to using it!
Parkerbennett
Parkerbennett
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
As the designated "Help Desk" for all my friends and family this should be a big help. Like that it's cross-platform.
dylan-damian
dylan-damian
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
On OS X, I can't seem to find a way to directly capture an entry in an application menu. This would be frequently used for creating training materials. Am I missing something?
Oskarb
Oskarb
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is just what I've been looking for. I've been doing the cut-n-paste routine for too long!
Fauxreal
Fauxreal
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Curious to know from experienced users how it compares with SnapZ Pro, Camtasia, or SnagIt?
Vvarp
Vvarp
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Looks good, I need to take it a ride while I have a chance to grab it in promo
Mac-Advisor
Mac-Advisor
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Great tool which makes it so much easier then screen shotting, copy
Dradrienyouell
Dradrienyouell
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
One good aspect, there is only one Preferance to answer. I do not like the limited Tool Bar annd theere is no customisation that I can see. I did not find how to start a lesson/project. It is not Mac intuitive. OK, so to online help. I want to create a tutorial on alocation of .Mac memory on iDisk.
Akurtz
Akurtz
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Great app! An updated version (1.1.1) was released over a month ago (on 6/25) and is available from the developer's website: http://www.screensteps.com/
Trystwiththemoon
Trystwiththemoon
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I'm keen to see how this would work out for tech writing.
Timklein
Timklein
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Seems like a great tool, and I like the fact that it's cross-platform.
Shayno
Shayno
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I've used this app for a while now and I like it a lot. Admittedly, it's in its early days. However, it's the fastest way I know to make a no-fuss instructional document. The CSS is fully customizable and the image editor is simple, but does what it says it will. And, the HTML output is nice (nothing like the code nightmare Pages produces). The only problem I've found with ScreenSteps is that it boggs down a LOT, when images 2MB are used.
Coronaminer
Coronaminer
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
My mom is a new mac user and now I can make her easy to follow tutorials without trying to explain something over the phone.
brightonem
brightonem
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
It sounds like a good idea and design. Will give it a try.
Geopick
Geopick
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Any comparison with SnapzPro?
Mactech
Mactech
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Anyone know, does this do sound too?
Howard-King
Howard-King
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This looks like an invaluable tool and much simpler than capturing video.
3monkies
3monkies
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is a Godsend!!! The Co. that I work for is currently documenting all processes and templates for hundreds of pieces of art. Please let me win a copy, I'll be a giant among men!!!
Kylefish44
Kylefish44
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
It looks nice, especially the ability to automatically order the photos.
Keitht
Keitht
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I downloaded and built a very quick Tutorial in 15 minutes which in the past would have taken me at least twice that, by inserting images into MS Word and then formatting the layout etc. It works for me.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Ahhhhh! I've tried this thing before and it's AWESOOOOME! plz make me win kthxbai
gerbercj
gerbercj
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Folks should note that the same serial number works on both the Mac and Windows versions of this application. If you're like me and are still stuck with a PC at work, you're in luck!
J-A-X
J-A-X
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Sounds like a good idea for a program! It's really annoying explaining to people how to do something on a computer over the phone or email without visualization!
onamac
onamac
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I could have used this a month ago when I had to outline a procedure for a client.
Jeff-boldt
Jeff-boldt
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I'm working on documentation right now, but unfortunately it's for Windows apps and I can't run them on a Mac with Parallels...
Trevor-Devore
Trevor-Devore
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Regarding showing steps of processes in Parallels - The license you purchase also works with the Windows version of ScreenSteps so you could install a version that runs under Parallels on your computer if you would like. The lesson file you create can be opened in either the Mac or Windows version after it is created.
Terry-Norton
Terry-Norton
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Here's a situation I always find myself in. I'll bet other do, too. I have quite an assortment of apps that have many features and procedures. Unfortunately, I use most of them occasionally, never really becoming proficient in there use, or even remembering how to use them. I end up using Help a lot to reacquaint myself. Once I do something, making myself a little teaching aid with ScreenSteps will make things so much easier.
Co-Mike
Co-Mike
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is a valuable tool that has wonderful implications when staff can not be present for your presentations. The fact that it allows .pdf/html presentations as well as Quicktime movies makes it wonderful for all situations.
spacestation
spacestation
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
maybe this would help me with my mother and her inability to figure out how to you her Mac.
Andyrogers
Andyrogers
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
If your 'friends' keep calling you for free phone support, you can offer documents made with this.
Chadkeck
Chadkeck
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Why MacUpdate why?? You are making me go broke with all these neat little apps I never knew about before. Going to have to take some money out of my food budget...maybe I can get some cool new apps and lose weight at the same time :)
Cocoa-friend
Cocoa-friend
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Nice! Simple Interface - great app
Allknightaccess
Allknightaccess
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Useful. User-friendly. Under $20? Ultra cool.
Ideola
Ideola
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Wow! Glad someone thought of this. Easy to use too!
Chawk
Chawk
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Will this work to show the steps in a process running on Parallels?
Dai-Yi
Dai-Yi
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
As an educator and technologist, this is very useful software. Easy to use, yet with enough features to easily and intuitively create lessons. Academic pricing is available, too. I will be purchasing this today.
Bmacmurphy
Bmacmurphy
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Looks like an invaluable app for help desk workers in charge of training. I was accomplishing the same thing with Photoshop and taking hours out of my day. A great find!
Delphwynd
Delphwynd
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Looks a good product; for print-based handouts absolutely ideal. If it could also capture movies to quicktime for screen tutorials I think it'd be a great teaching aid, but I'm going to give it a try anyhow.
Nongenius
Nongenius
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This application looks like it could help me out no end. My family knows nothing about computers and trying to explain how to do stuff over the phone is a nightmare. Viva la ScreenSteps.!
Philandariene
Philandariene
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Lately a friend and I have been convincing our other friends to switch to Macs. This would be great to show them how to fully utilize all the potential a Mac has to offer.
Lostinthevillage
Lostinthevillage
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This seems like a really promising application. They have created their own instruction manuals using ScreenSteps and that documentation looks exactly like what a lot of us are looking to create. I think we have a winner here!
Win2mac
Win2mac
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Hey this seems to be a great teaching tool. I have to do some tutorials too. I'll give it a try!
Dasme
Dasme
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This would be a very useful tool for my day to day. Working at a support desk has its challenges, being able to create good documentation easily would be a very good thing.
Dtruett1
Dtruett1
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I do a lot of tutorials and screencasts on a website for my teaching staff. This might save my workflow of screen captures to PDF to Skim, adding graphics and notations.
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
@ patrickwhalen: Contact nate@macupdate.com
Sargassoc
Sargassoc
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I could use it for training (and teaching), though I wonder if you could export to Quicktime too
Dlmitchell
Dlmitchell
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
What a great little program for training purposes.
Boris-A
Boris-A
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Sounds like one awesome app! Could get my parents up and running with some stuff that's "way too complicated" for them :)
Usere22
Usere22
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Would be helpful for training the fam!
Fred-M-
Fred-M-
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Looking forward to testing this software. Looks like it might be a useful presentation tool.
Flashgen
Flashgen
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is actually pretty cool. I can see this being very handy for speeding up my blog tutorials.
Michaely
Michaely
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This will save me hours of work!
Vague
Vague
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
interesting.
Seminarian
Seminarian
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
useful but expensive still
Odysseuscm
Odysseuscm
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
just gave it a try and have to say that for the money - especially the full price - I think it is too limited. It's easy and quick to handle but the output options are few. Just an example: if I add markers like (1) (2) etc. to a picture I'd expect to be able to have the same markers available in the text area to make a reference.
Major-Of-Mac
Major-Of-Mac
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Simply brilliant
Heras
Heras
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
will certainly be usefull to make documentatiton.
Glenbo
Glenbo
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Wow, excellent app, just what I could use for training!
Mpb
Mpb
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Very interesting
Steven-Bagdan
Steven-Bagdan
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
As a consultant we are constituently making documentation for our clients, with this, it will be much more usable and provide full demo's much easier and quicker!
Mac-Bitch
Mac-Bitch
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Mmhm, maybe useful.
Bmeguy
Bmeguy
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I've been watching this since it came out. Very useful software. I used the demo to make a 16 page software (plugin) manual in less than an hour. Maybe now's the time to buy it.
Modops
Modops
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Cmd-shift-4 free image editing program (for adding a bit of helpful text) = this app is too expensive. As for exporting as a PDF, we're on Macs... we can export to PDF from any app via the print function. Points for simplifying the process, but even at half off, it's too expensive.
Billcreate
Billcreate
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is just the program I was looking for, I love MacUpdate and MacUpdate Promo!
Mrcheaps
Mrcheaps
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
I'm already serving as tech support for friends and family members - this could really help simplify the job!
Keydi
Keydi
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Another nice soft presentet by MacUpdate Promo. I'm happy to find this website.
Kupuk
Kupuk
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is a great idea and a real timesaver.
Erichd
Erichd
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is absolutely what I need to help my parents get more out of their Powerbook!
Ronnie-Kwok
Ronnie-Kwok
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
The program integrates the screen capture function (cmd-shift-4) in OS X, together with tools that allow you in making simple annotation (e.g. description of the steps or highlight certain part of the screen). You can then export the whole thing as a PDF or HTML web page. The result is good enough if what you need is very basic, or you don't want to fire up multiple application in achieving similar result. I hope it can capture web page that you need to scroll down (like Paparazzi) or allow you to merge multiple steps into one.
spacestation
spacestation
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Thank you thec13 :-) ishowU has video recording. that's what i wanted!
Macmansc
Macmansc
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
anyone know if it would work to capture parallels scrrenshots? That way I could match what a lot of my users are using.
spacestation
spacestation
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
great...it is a full featured demo.
Cramey-13
Cramey-13
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Great software and good price.
Macmansc
Macmansc
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This would be a great training tool for instructing people to set up email accounts and such.
Loki-Chan
Loki-Chan
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
Seems pretty useful for writing user manual. But I wonder can it work with VMware fusion with Unity under OS X.
AmplifyFitness
AmplifyFitness
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is just what I've been looking for as a teacher at corporate events!
spacestation
spacestation
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
This is the first promo since the bundle that i will try the demo of :-)
thec13
thec13
Jul 26 2007
1.1r4
0.0
Jul 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.1r4
How does this compare to iShowU?
curlypaws
curlypaws
Feb 15 2007
1.0.4
5.0
Feb 15 2007
5.0
Version: 1.0.4
If you want to build a tutorial or help for an application, then ScreenSteps is well worth a look. The application allows you to capture screenshots - either using the built-in screenshot utility or your favourite. You can then annotate them and output the resulting instructions as PDF or HTML. The format is very attractive, and it is possible to tailor it too. I'm very impressed with the ease of use of ScreenSteps - it turns what is normally a chore into a quick and easy task. Very much recommended.
$150.00Buy Now
2.8
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.6 or later
License: 
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