Snapashot is a free application that allows you to use your desktop as a camera. Simply snap your desktop or any window, or select an area on your desktop to take a screenshot and take photos of it. The photo can then be saved in a variety of formats, or can be inserted into an email.
It also supports various file formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF.
The photos that you take can be stored in the cache folder for easy access.
Snapashot can also capture video from your desktop to the local videos folder.
Screenshots can be saved in your local pictures folder or can be copied to your clipboard.
Snapashot automatically saves the first photo of every screen capture.
This is an excellent utility for capturing data to the desktop or for documentation.
Screenshots are saved in the thumbnail directory of your choice.
Directories are created for each file format.
Snapashot supports the following capture settings.
# of Windows
Whether you want to capture a whole window, a part of a window, a selected area of a window or even the desktop, you can specify how many windows to capture and how big they are.
Size of Window
Specify the size of windows that you want to capture, or select an area on your desktop to be captured.
Delay Between Screenshots
Specify the delay between screenshots.
Specify the file format to be saved, either JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, or TIFF.
Specify the photo size for JPEG or PNG files, or select the size for GIF, BMP, or TIFF files.
Size of Thumbnail
Specify the size of thumbnails for the different file formats.
Specify the video format to be captured.
Specify the output directory for your video files.
Speed of Video
Specify the speed of video files for your output format.
Specify the step size for your capture settings.
Specify which key shortcuts to use to create the various capture settings.
Specify which custom key you would like to use in your photo.
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