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Free Screenshot Captor version 3

Posted In Graphic - By Techtiplib on Sunday, March 4th, 2012 With No Comments »

Screenshot Captor is a best-in-class tool for grabbing, manipulating, annotating, and sharing screenshots. It’s different from other screenshot utilities in several notable ways:

  • Optimized for taking lots of screenshots with minimal intervention; highly configurable to make it work the way you want it to but stays out of your way in the system tray.
  • Excellent multi-monitor support.
  •  Full set of scanner acquisition tools and scanner image correction.
  • Perfect capture of Windows 7 partial transparency effects.
  • The most powerful scrolling capture tool in the field.
  • Easy automatic or on-demand uploading of screenshots to a wide variety of image hosting services (imageshack, flickr, ftp, etc.).
  • Great ragged edge splicing effects.
  • Smart autonaming of files, easy renaming and format conversion; automatic image file versioning.
  • Ability to embed textual comments in files, watermarking, captioning.
  • Lots of capture modes: Multimon (multiple monitors), Desktop, Active Window, Region, Windows Object, Scrolling Capture. Each mode has a customizable hotkey for quick access.
  • Cool Special Effects,including automatic active window enhancement, ragged edge splicing, pixelation, and many more.
  • Unsurpassed support for 3rd party user configurable tools, including file browsers and image editors; extend the program to do whatever you need by interfacing it with other programs.
  • Sidebar thumbnail file browser provides full shell operations, drag and drop support, and right-click actions on screenshots.
  • Deluxe thumbnail maker and watermarker.
  • Optional quick PostCapture PopUp Dialog.
  • Quick Screenshot Emailer Menu.
Free Screenshot Captor version 3

main screen with key areas labeled

More infomation and download Screenshot Captor version 3 here!

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