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*** AN UPDATE TO SimCap TO WORK WITH XCode 6 WILL BE RELEASED SOON ***
A 14-day trial of SimCap is available for download at www.jaml.co.uk/simcap/.
Grab screenshots from the iOS Simulator for the App Store with a single button click. Create professional quality demonstration videos and walkthroughs with ease. Show potential customers your game or app in action.
* Works with the iOS Simulator in iPhone, iPhone 4, iPad and Retina iPad modes.
* Works with the iOS Simulator running on the Retina MacBook Pro.
* Capture video and screenshots quickly and easily with a single click.
* Encodes to standard H.264 QuickTime movie format at configurable quality settings, including lossless for export to other video editing systems.
* Scale and rotate movies as they're captured, avoiding bothersome basic post-processing.
* Records audio from the Simulator using the open source Soundflower audio plug-in. (Not included; separate free download required.)
* Encodes voice-over audio as AAC with a choice of three quality options.
* SimCap grabs sequences of screenshots, making choosing that perfect action shot for the App Store easier than ever.
* SimCap records just the iPhone Simulator screen, no matter where its window is or what orientation it's in. No more fiddling around setting up immovable recording rectangles or cropping down full screen videos.
* Choose to show mouse (finger) position, taps and multi-touch in videos.
* SimCap can automatically crop away the iPhone status bar.
What's New in Version 1.5.2
* Now compatible with the Xcode 5 iOS simulator
Fabulous app - simple and functional
This is a great way to capture videos from the iOS simulator. It includes all the functionality you need, and is extremely simple to use. The captured movies can be used directly in Keynote, emailed, or shared in nearly any other format. They look absolutely great and professional. Totally worth it.
Don’t buy this
This app is useless and a waste of money. I am trying to use it for iOS simulation and still image capture for the app store. It claims to support audio (which I need or I’d just use quicktime). The video playback window doesn’t work. The file that is creates can’t be played by quicktime. And it crashes.