Ink2Go is a mix of screen annotation and screen capture software, and it allows saving annotations as images or as *.wmf videos. Check out its key features below:
Annotation features of the tool are simple, and you can use either a highlighter or a configurable pen.
The tool is straightforward to learn just by taking a look at the tools tips.
It features configurable shortcuts for toggling display and for recording modes, and you can change these by just clicking its icon from the taskbar.
The exit icon from the top right of the toolbar will not exit from the program, and this is only used to stop the annotation process and to hide the toolbar; if you want to exit then click on the icon in the taskbar.
You can purchase the tool, and in case you’re interested in live annotations, it’s an ideal program.
Our list of on-screen annotation and screen marker software ends here. We guarantee you that whichever tool you decide to install, you will not be disappointed.
All the tools listed above are great and offer many useful features. So, what have you tried from these software apps? Leave us your answer in the comment section below.
FAQ: Learn more about screen annotation software
- Can you write on your screen using screen annotation software?
Yes, you can write or scribble directly on your screen by using specialized screen annotation software. But you can perform many other actions, too, such as highlighting text or visual elements, mark important info and even capture stills or clips of your screen.
- What is a screen annotation tool?
Screen annotation tools are handy utilities that can help you grab the attention and focus of your audience by letting you interact with the on-screen content in real-time. For more details, check out our best screen annotation software list.
- Are annotation tools the same as screen capture tools?
Screen capture tools allow you to annotate content, they let you do that post-capture. Screen annotation tools, on the other hand, allow you to highlight important info in real-time.
This post was written by Radu Tyrsina and was first posted to WindowsReport
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