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Capture the screen as a layered PSD for easy editing.
Capture the Desktop, Dock, Menu Bar, Cursor and every Window as separate layers in PSD format. Open and edit in Photoshop, Pixelmator or other graphics tool. Hide, reorder and move layers.
Easy To Use:
- Menu bar icon
- Global Keyboard Shortcut: ⇧⌘5
- Timed Screenshot: gives you 5 seconds to set up the screen
- Creates PSD files in the folder of your choice
- Option to automatically open the PSD when you take a screenshot
- Captures windows with shadows
- Layer name from window (unicode support)
- Handles transparency
- Capture full-screen windows & everything hiding behind
- Capture the Cursor
- Handles Launchpad, Mission Control, Notification Center, Spaces, Expose & Widgets
- Double-resolution capture in Retina/HiDPI modes (e.g. 3840x2400 capture in 1920x1200 resolution)
- Works with dual displays
- Windows outside the screen are cropped
What's New in Version 1.1
- Capture the Cursor in a separate layer
- Automatically open the PSD when you take a screenshot
- Improved color and transparency handling
This app is awesome. The only thing I could think of which would make it better is grouping of layers in the generated document. For example, each status icon on the menu bar gets its own layer in the document -- it would be great for these to all be grouped together in order to make managing layers easier.
Very nice app
If you do a lot of training documentation and video tutorials, this app is an amazing way to capture your screen and remove unwanted distractions. Simple and effective. Would agree that it would be nice to group the layering, but doesn’t make or break the app at all.
Very cool app
This is very similar to Layersapp at less than 1/5 the price at retail. It saves all your screen elements into a layered PSD file.
- Category: Graphics & Design
- Updated: Nov 01, 2012
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 1.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Divakar Shekhar
- © 2012 TXTLABS
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor