Saturday, February 02, 2013

Issues With Making Screenshots.

Sometimes, aren't you just tired of using PRTSCRN and exporting your images from MS Paint, Adobe Photoshop just to make them into useable jpeg files to be displayed for whatever?

Well, I've got a few solutions for you. It might take a little getting used to, but hey, if it's faster then exporting it to Photoshop or whatever, manually cropping it and all that, it should do just right won't it?

With that in mind, you've got Gadwin Printscreen. Super nifty tool. Makes my life a lot easier now. I can't even find an excuse not to screenshot things right not because it's just so easy to use!

Just click on the link and you should find yourself here.

Just get Gadwin PrintScreen. It works fine. Pro is necessary really.

*ok, I just found out you can't PRTSCRN when you go to the Gadwin options and setup upon clicking the icon after installation.

Anyways, you can tinker all your hotkey combos or default file destinations or file export type there to your liking. For me, it's Alt+PRTSCRN as the combo. And I change my folders on a monthly basis haha.

Then voila, you're done! Happy screenshotting ^^

Also, if you're a Chrome user, you can use this.

It helps a  great deal when you need to avoid stitching pages together and stuff like that.

See the options?

Capture Page Region is basically and on-site cropping tool.
Capture Visible Content is basically whatever you're supposed to see without your desktop toolbar below.
Capture Whole Page screenshots the entire page for you beginning from the topmost, down to the bottommost stretch. There's a catch though. It doesn't respond very well with flash websites. If you screenshot it anyways, the page will appear blank, and you'd get the backgroudn image of the webpage instead.
Capture Screen Region is basically capturing whatever you see on your comp screen according to your monitor resolution.

Aside from that, there's also this program for Chrome.

What this does is that it can do whatever the previous one can do, + extra features like videocam and rewriting an entire page from scratch by directly editing with it's encoded htmls. Very cool stuff.

So yeah, go try them out. Go on a screenie frenzy! XD

Anyhows, I hope this helps some of you out there! Say no to excess page stitching and waste of time from importing and exporting in Photoshop or anything similar to an image editing software. Wasting time on things we donwanna waste time just sucks balls man. So lets stop sucking haha.

Awright! Have a nice day. :)

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