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Screenshot Captor: One of the bestIf you write blog posts or perhaps ebooks or articles based on technology, one of the first requirements of many is finding a decent screenshot program. One of the best, in my opinion, for Windows users has to be Screenshot Captor, as it allows editing of the screenshots taken, and possesses some large configuration options. And it's a free download.. If you're after a good free screenshot grabber, try Screenshot Captor.
I've added a new feature to the latest beta of Screenshot Captor (4.8.7), which will let you "combine" images if you drop an image file onto the current image.
The "combine" options are fairly limited at this point -- essentially it will just lay out the dropped image on any side of the existing image, and let you choose how the images are resized.
This is a quick and easy way of combining images horizontally or vertically, and doing so in a visually appealing manner.
Video screencast showing the feature in action:
I've added a new video above demonstrating the new Manual Scrolling method:
Demonstration of the new zoom/magnification panel in selected region capture mode.
This feature has been requested several times, most notably by Samer at freewaregenius.com.
The demonstration also shows how to place the cursor where you want it during selected region capture.
And for those who like to do precise cropping after the capture, from within the Screenshot Captor interface, comes this new screencast video, teaching you how to use keyboard shortcuts to nudge the selection in different ways:
Some screencast videos demostrating how to use the new Object Capture and Scrolling Window Capture tools in Screenshot Captor v3:
Using object capture (multiple objects, capturing all children):
Basic scrolling window capture:
Another scrolling window capture:
A more troublesome scrolling window capture (ms word):
Performing a scrolling window capture and adjusting settings manually:
As promised, here is a video screencast demo talking about how to use and configure custom modification presets that invoke external scripts/tools: