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Which screen capture software do you use?

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#1 by sathishkumar90 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 06:24

Which screen capture software do you use?

I use Nimbus Screenshot it works great for me

What about you?
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#2 by rasika84 » Sat Sep 28, 2013 02:12

I use jing, good for 5 min or less
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#3 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Sep 28, 2013 02:13

Try Skitch. Its simple to use and has a quite a few handy tools.
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#4 by Duya-1 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 03:09

I use "Quick Screenshot Maker" :D
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#5 by FranciscoNET » Sun Nov 03, 2013 00:42

It all depends WHAT I want to capture.

If all what I want to do is capture a picture/image of the screen I would use the Print Screen (or PRT SC or Fn+PRT SC on some laptops) and then paste it under mspaint (Microsoft Paint) and save it as a JPEG.

If I want to capture a video session of either full or part of my screen to then post a video on youtube, etc I would use a freeware program called camstudio which captures video clips of your screen, very useful to create tutorials, etc.

Source of the info: I am a computer technician, I know all about software and anything that can be done on a computer.
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#6 by uzair_friends » Sun Nov 03, 2013 00:45

I use the firefox addon "Fireshot"

Its awesome and I get a link to screenshot within 3 seconds..
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#7 by dukuntekno » Sun Nov 03, 2013 03:12

i use use simple Print Screen button and/or SketchBook for pics, for motion pics i use Camtasia.
or when chat with friends, depends on what Instant Messenger i am using (using skype, trillian and qq).
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#8 by Deutriex » Sun Nov 03, 2013 14:22

FranciscoNET wrote: If all what I want to do is capture a picture/image of the screen I would use the Print Screen (or PRT SC or Fn+PRT SC on some laptops) and then paste it under mspaint (Microsoft Paint) and save it as a JPEG.
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In addition there is the Alt+PrintScreen/Fn+Alt+PrintScreen combination in case you need only to take a screenshot of a single window, not the whole screen.

For static images: I use PrintScreen / Alt+PrintScreen
For motion images I use the Video Recorder function from aTube Catcher
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#9 by Maliky » Mon Nov 04, 2013 23:26

I use FastStone, which I downloaded from cnet.com and have registered the free version. The free version does everything I need it to do and is very easy to use.

For capturing video I have added the FireFox extension DownloadHelper which has some wonderful features, including a screen capture function.
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#10 by defterh » Tue Nov 05, 2013 00:01

why use the hard way, easy way for print screen is described by @FranciscoNET + @Deutriex
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#11 by augustiajr » Tue Nov 05, 2013 02:30

Deutriex wrote:
FranciscoNET wrote: If all what I want to do is capture a picture/image of the screen I would use the Print Screen (or PRT SC or Fn+PRT SC on some laptops) and then paste it under mspaint (Microsoft Paint) and save it as a JPEG.
.

In addition there is the Alt+PrintScreen/Fn+Alt+PrintScreen combination in case you need only to take a screenshot of a single window, not the whole screen.

For static images: I use PrintScreen / Alt+PrintScreen
For motion images I use the Video Recorder function from aTube Catcher
Thanks for that, I learned something new today.
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