More Than 4,450 Graphics For Your Visual Communication!
Whether you are doing a presentation, academic work, technical or business reports… Nothing beats having instant access to thousands of professionally created graphic resources.
SuperStamps is a collection of visual communication resources, created to aid the presenter, teacher, marketer, trainer, etc to create professional looking visual documentation.
The stamps/icons included in SuperStamps cover a wide variety of areas, for example you’ll find stamps for educational purposes, business reports, presentations, technical writing etc.
The new SuperStamps v5 gives you access to more than 4,450 stamps that you can access directly from your TechSmith Snagit Editor, only a click away.
SuperStamps also works in most other desktop business applications like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, TechSmith Camtasia and most graphics, video, presentation and business software.
They work both on PC and Mac.
This is an overview of some of the newly added stamps in version 5.
Just copy the stamps into your Snagit Stamps folder and you can use them directly inside the Snagit Editor (see video on the right).
Each SuperStamps collection is carefully organized in numbered folders so you can find and apply your stamps easy and fast directly in the editor.
Stamps can be resized downwards, rotated and effects such as drop shadow can be applied.
SuperStamps works in all versions of Snagit and on both PC and Mac.
SuperStamps also work in all versions of Camtasia.
With the new animation capabilities in Camtasia 9, SuperStamps instantly gives you access to thousands of graphic resources you can animate at the touch of a button.
Check out the video on the left to see how easy stamps are animated in Camtasia. Just drag them in, then apply a behaviour or animation.
Most stamps are also transparent which makes them perfect to place on any background or video.
Simply drag-and-drop the desired stamp into any office application to use it.
This works perfectly with PowerPoint, Excel, Word and more. In Outlook you may have to change your email settings to embed image content.
In PowerPoint it is also possible to animate them and make any changes that applies to images.
Time to spice up your presentations!