Dragon software has released a new version of Dragon that includes new features like a dedicated video recorder, a way to capture screenshots and more.
Dragon software is one of the biggest name in video capture software with more than 100 million users worldwide, including video game developers, media studios and broadcasters.
Dragon has released Dragon 4, which comes with the same feature set as its previous version.
This version of the software has a video recorder and camera that can record a 1080p resolution (or higher) video, while still being able to record 720p video.
The recorder can record 1080p videos at up to 30fps, and 720p at up for up to 120fps.
Dragon 4 also has a new feature called Dragon View, which allows users to record videos from Dragon’s website, Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch and Vimeo.
The video will then be stored in Dragon’s own cloud storage service.
The app can be installed on Mac, Windows and Linux.
The new Dragon app also allows users with a compatible smartphone to record video from their phone, while the app can also record video on a laptop or tablet.
Dragon also recently announced the Dragon 3 smartphone app.
Dragon users can also upload and share their videos with friends and family on the app, and the app has a “Share” button that allows users share the video on social media sites.
Dragon 4 is also available on the App Store.
Dragon is available for Android phones and tablets, and Dragon is available in more than 50 languages.
The app has been in development for some time, and now it has the ability to record 1080-60p video at 30fps.
Dragon is also in the process of adding a “Record video” feature that lets users record a 360-degree video on an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
The Dragon software also comes with new features in Dragon View.
The new feature is a “Camera Zoom” feature, which will automatically zoom in on a video and record a zoomed-in view of it.
Dragon’s new feature “Video Capture” will automatically capture and record video in the Dragon View mode.
Dragon was first introduced in the year 2000, and was acquired by Facebook in 2017.
Dragon was also acquired by the Walt Disney Company for $1.9 billion in 2018.