I am a tester for uTest.com who uses screenshots and screen capture extensively for my test cycles. I used the free trial versions of both Snagit 12 and Screenpresso and am on the fence about which one I should get.
I certainly like the price point better for Screenpresso (currently $23.88 for SP vs $49.95 for Snagit), but the free trial for Screenpresso has certain features locked down so really I am not sure what will give me the best solution for the work I do compared, with the full functionality vs the limited in the trial versions between the two.
Basically, the main features I found in Snagit that I find most useful, and would like to know if available in Screenpresso Pro, are the following:
Shell integration (I can highlight a series of many images, and use the right click menu to convert the images in any number of ways without opening the whole application, size reduction, effects, file format, etc...)
Library option with image history, automatic saves, tagging, categorization etc... If you have used both Snagit and Screenpresso Pro, can you provide a comparison of the feature set for libraries (if there is one to compare, not pros and cons, but functionality and workflow comparison)?
Automatic Versioning - As soon as you make a change to an image or video in Snagit you can see in the workspace below a copy of the original is temporarily made until you finalize the end result under the same name as the original file. During that time you can easily switch between the working version and the original on the same screen via the workspace area at the bottom.
Stamp options - I didn't have 3rd party stamp packs until I purchased them recently, but does Screenpresso allow for importing the same packs as SnagIt (SuperStamps 4.0, for example)?
For now, these are the features I use most often, and would need Screenpresso to have similar functionality to sway my purchase decision. Thank you.