Auto Screen Capture
Fast screen capture in seconds
Keep app free from wires
Record screen activity
All settings can be controlled with the app
Preview up to 6 seconds of the screen on your device
Settings, file name, and files are saved on your device
Record screen activity to GIF
Perform actions automatically
Record screen activity in various methods
Capture screen activity in real-time
Integrates with the Google Drive cloud service
Automatic upload to FTP server
Moderately priced. Windows only.
Screenshots can be used in many different ways. But sometimes, it’s more efficient to make a copy of the screen than to take a screenshot. Here’s how to easily make a screen capture with built-in features, and save it as a photo.
You don’t need to be connected to the Internet to make a screen capture. Simply launch the app and use a photo mode with a timed capture.
Screenshots can be used for various things: take a screen shot of your PC, create a screencast video, or send a message.
Setting up a screen capture
Make sure you have a photo mode enabled in the application’s Settings.
You can either press the PrintScreen key or use the application’s screen capture tool.
The menu button in the bottom right corner is the only button you need to use to start the capture.
You can change the print area with the icons on the bottom right.
When you’re done, the saved image will be created in the Images folder of the specified destination folder. You can, however, use any existing folder if you prefer.
The app has no other settings than the one in the photo mode, but you can always access them in the main Settings screen.
The Windows key + PrintScreen key combination is another way to capture a screen.
It’s up to you to decide the time of the capture.
You can use this method in a program or when the application is open. The time of capture is dependent on the operating system, and can be from 0.1 second to 30 seconds.
It can be helpful when making screencasts or taking screenshots from the Start menu.
The following screenshot shows the timeline of the screenshot.
Download Easy Screen Shot to make screen captures without being connected to the Internet.
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