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<a href="http://brad.project-think.com/movies/FinderSnap003.mov" target="_blank">http://brad.project-think.com/movies/FinderSnap003.mov</a>

how does one do a video capture like that? thanks!

on a semi-tangent note: how does one do screen caps in mac os x?
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<a href="http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com/utilities/snapzprox/" target="_blank">Snapz Pro X</a> is my friend.

In Mac OS X, the default way to do a full screenshot is to press commnand-shift-3. To capture a section of the screen, press command-shift-4 and you'll get a crosshair icon to select the section to capture.
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<a href="http://www.snapzpro.com/" target="_blank">http://www.snapzpro.com/</a>

You can also use "Grab" for still images, found in the utilities folder.
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Is that the best prog. to use?

thanks.....

slowly but surely merging over to apple. my 760mpx amd board took too dam long to come out!
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For video captures, Snapz Pro X is king, though there are a few competing products that aren't as pricey.

For simple image screen-caps, you can just use cmd-shift-3/4, though Snapz offers a few more options.
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