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Screen Capture Program

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Drakkor

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I was wondering what type of screen capture program every one is using to get those fine screen shots I see all the time? Also to what web site are you using to show and view the programs?

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Ezekiel

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Most o the time I just hit PrntScrn and then paste into MSPaint, crop, and Save As. I so have UO Screenshot Utility that I will keep open if I am doing something where I will want to take multiple screenshots in a period of time...

As far as hosting, I use here. :) There is a link at the top of the page for Image Hosting.

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I use UO grabby :)

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grabby

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Tukaram

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The very best freeware screenshot program I have found is IRFanView http://www.irfanview.com/

If you use print screen you have to save each pic or the clipboard will overwrite it. With IrFanView it will take pics, save them in the folder of your choice and name them sequentially It also does cropping, converting etc... For a freebie it is very slick.


~Edit~ And they have already updated it to work better with Vista.

Tuka :cool:

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Drakkor

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Thanks everybody for the info. I'll try each suggestion and make my choice. At least now I have solid info to go on.

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kitiara

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I use TechSmith SnagIt. Not free, but I love its features. They have a 30 day free trial: http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.asp





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