Annotation Tool For Mac

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You can use the editing tools in the Markup toolbar to mark up an image file, providing feedback or pointing out something you want to remember.

VSDX Annotator is a powerful and professional tool, designed to let Mac users open and annotate all Visio drawing formats. It provides Apple OS X with a wide range of annotation possibilities. Preview (which comes with OS X) will do simple annotations. In the toolbar, look for the edit icon: Click on this icon, and you'll see a new toolbar appear which lets you create squares, circles, speech bubbles, text notes, sticky notes, and more.

If the image is on a page in a PDF file and you want to comment on only the image, you can extract the image as a separate image file. See Extract a PDF page as an image for instructions.

If you only want to comment on part of an image that you’ve opened in Preview, you can select part of it, choose Edit > Copy to copy just that part, then choose File > New from Clipboard to create a new file. You can also crop the image to remove areas that you don’t want.

Annotate (formerly know as Glui) is the simplest way to capture, annotate and share screenshots. FEATURES Capture images or video!. Record a screencast (up to 10 seconds) and share it anywhere as a GIF. Capture a screenshot or open any existing image Mark it up!. Annotate with arrow, line, text, overlay, rectangle, oval, pen, pixelate tool.

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Note: If you annotate an image file, you can’t edit, move, or delete the annotations after you save the image. If you think you’ll need to change annotations later, you can convert the image file to a PDF file, then add annotations to the PDF. Fifth grademrs. macsmith's marvelous music site.

  1. In the Preview app on your Mac, click the Show Markup Toolbar button (if the Markup toolbar isn’t showing).

  2. Use the tools in the toolbar to mark up the image (or use the Touch Bar).

    Tool

    Description

    Rectangular Selection

    Use any of the following shape tools to select an area in an image and then crop, copy, or delete:

    • Rectangular Selection

    • Elliptical Selection

    • Lasso Selection

    • Smart Lasso

    See Extract an image or remove a background.

    Instant Alpha

    Remove the background from an image.

    Sketch

    Sketch a shape using a single stroke.

    If your drawing is recognized as a standard shape, it’s replaced by that shape; to use your drawing instead, choose it from the palette that’s shown.

    Draw

    Draw a shape using a single stroke. Press your finger more firmly on the trackpad to draw with a heavier, darker line.

    Note: Unlike the Sketch tool, the Draw tool doesn’t recognize standard shapes.

    This tool appears only on computers with a Force Touch trackpad.

    Shapes

    Click a shape, then drag it where you want. To resize the shape, use the blue handles. If it has green handles, use them to alter the shape.

    You can zoom and highlight shapes using these tools:

    • Loupe : Drag the loupe to the area you want to magnify. To increase or decrease the magnification, drag the green handle; drag the blue handle to change the loupe size.

    • Highlight : Drag the highlight where you want. To resize it, use the blue handles.

    See Rotate and modify shapes added to a PDF for more options.

    Text

    Type your text, then drag the text box where you want.

    Sign

    If signatures are listed, click one, then drag it where you want. To resize it, use the blue handles.

    To create a new signature:

    • Using your trackpad: Click Trackpad, click the text as prompted, sign your name on the trackpad using your finger, click any key when you’re finished, then click Done. If you don’t like the results, click Clear, then try again.

      If your trackpad supports it, press your finger more firmly on the trackpad to sign with a heavier, darker line.

    • Using your computer’s built-in camera: Click Camera. Hold your signature (on white paper) facing the camera so that your signature is level with the blue line in the window. When your signature appears in the window, click Done. If you don’t like the results, click Clear, then try again.

    • Using your iOS or iPadOS device: Click Select Device to choose a device (if more than one is available). On your device, use your finger or Apple Pencil (on iPad) to sign your name, then click Done. If you don’t like the results, click Clear, then try again.

      Your devices must meet Continuity system requirements. See the Apple Support article System requirements for Continuity on Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.

    See Fill out a PDF form.

    Adjust color

    Change values for an image’s exposure, contrast, saturation, tint, and more.

    To have the values automatically adjusted, click Auto Levels. To return to the original values, click Reset All.

    Adjust size

    Change an image’s size and resolution.

    Shape Style

    Change the thickness and type of lines used in a shape, and add a shadow.

    Border Color

    Change the color of the lines used in a shape.

    Fill Color

    Change the color that’s used inside a shape.

    Text Style

    Change the font or the font style and color.

    Annotate , ,

    Annotate the item by sketching or drawing on it using your nearby iPhone or iPad . If both devices are nearby, click , then choose a device. The tool may appear highlighted to show your device is connected. To disconnect your device without using it, click the tool again.

    Your devices must meet Continuity system requirements. See the Apple Support article System requirements for Continuity on Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.

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Annotation Tool For Mac

I'm really warming up to this app. I've been using Annotate and Monosnap side by side for about two weeks now. Annotate is so much easier on the eyes; and it provides everything I need in my workflow.
Pros:
- is simple & fast
- has all the tools you need to mark up a screenshot if required (incl. redaction)
- provides the necessary (basic) options for sharing your snaps (Dropbox, email, Twitter, Facebook, and Message; I mostly save to Dropbox or share via Message and email)
- allows you to keep multiple screenshot windows open (love it)
- won't shrink quality/resolution of snaps on Retina systems (an option under Preferences)
- records time-limited GIF movies for quick demos
Cons
- won't grab the title of the window you snap (unlike Monosnap; when I have to take many shots in a row, I keep going back to Monosnap so files in my designated Screenshot folder are not just an endless list of files named by date and time, but categorized by window/app snapped)
- won't let you customize the file name (default is eye-mm-dd at hh.mm)
- won't let you specify a custom default Save folder under Preferences (but will remember your last Save location in the app)
- does not have a Timer feature (although the developer is working on it, I believe)
The developer is very responsive, if contacted, and open to suggestions. Their goal seems to be to keep things simple so as not to overwhelm 'nonpower' users — so if you want a ton of customization options, you are not the target audience. However, if you want a nice, quick, reliable screenshot and annotation app, check it out — at $1.99 it's a steal; but at this point, I would even pay $4.99 for it (having the option to keep multiple snaps open at a time alone is worth it for me).