Finally got around to reading the help file and playing with MiniCap.
I wrote a little batch file to have MiniCap capture a specific window to the same save directory as Screenshot Captor & then exit.
The result if successful, is that I will use MiniCap.exe to auto-capture a specific window when that window changes and can then use Screenshot Captor to review/edit all of the captures.
I am now exploring how to use the "eventtriggers" feature ( eventtriggers.exe - http://technet.micro...ibrary/bb490901.aspx
) built into Windows XP and Windows 2003 server to trigger MiniCap.exe ( in a MyMiniCap.bat file ) based upon a specific event(s) that occurs in the Windows event log(s).
The combination of all of this should allow me to create a neat little automatic way to capture a specific window each time that window is updated or changed.
MyMiniCap.bat file :
"\Program Files\MiniCap\MiniCap.exe" -captureappbyname "BloodPressure-VitalSigns-Display.exe" -customdate "$Y$m$d-$H$M-0$S" -save "\Program Files\ScreenshotCaptor\Screenshots\Screenshot-$customdate$.png" -exit
Still working on creating the onetime eventtriggers.exe command that will create the process that monitors the event log(s) and then triggers MyMiniCap.bat file to run but it should look something like this:
eventtriggers.exe /create /tr MyMiniCapTrigger /I application /eid xxxxx /tk "\Program Files\MiniCap\MyMiniCap.bat"
Later ... Charles
" - eventtriggers.exe FAQ