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Author Topic: Making Screenshot in 2e monitor.  (Read 481 times)

james48

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Making Screenshot in 2e monitor.
« on: May 24, 2017, 04:47 PM »
Hello, I'm always working with 2 ASUS LED monitors, in the left monitor an Application is active with full screen,
The right monitor, YouTube tutorial is active with full screen.
Very often I'm using Screenshot Capture for making example screenshots.
Problem is Screenshot Capture mostly is not working in the right monitor with the Full Screen YouTube tutorial, only when I reduce the screen.

May I ask you there is something to do on it please?  :-[

James48

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Re: Making Screenshot in 2e monitor.
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2017, 06:07 PM »
This is probably a case of Accelerated video mode not being screen captureable.  It usually happens when using movie players in full screen mode.
The solution is to turn off "Accelerated Graphics" mode for that monitor (or that program).  You might try turning off Accelerated Graphics in the web browser you are using (I think Chrome has a setting for this, I'm not sure about others).
What operating system are you using? I'm not sure the procedure to turn off accelerated graphics on newer versions of windows..

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Re: Making Screenshot in 2e monitor.
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2017, 10:08 AM »
What operating system are you using? I'm not sure the procedure to turn off accelerated graphics on newer versions of windows..
Thank you. You can read my operating specifications under my name, Windows 10.
Right now in the begin, capturing is working fine in a full YouTube screen, mostly after a while the problems will start.
I'm working with Mozilla Firefox.
I cant find your solution in my computer.

I've found something, what do you think about this please?

James