It offers a variety of capturing methods, from capturing all scrollable screens that are not displayed on one screen using window scrolling, to capturing by user.
It is added to a new tab every time you capture, and you can save it to clipboard or auto save it to a location whenever you want.
In addition, the default hotkey is set for each capture function, and you can change the hotkey setting in preferences as you like.
Each function provides powerful capture function according to the situation, so you can get used to it once by yourself.
- Select Area (Shift + Ctrl + R): You can specify the area to capture. - Window (Shift + Ctrl + W): Helps the user to select window units. - Scroll (Shift + Ctrl + C): Captures all scrolling screens of browsers and MS Office products easily. - Object (Shift + Ctrl + Z): Unlike window capture, it helps you to make more detailed selections. - Full Screen (Shift + Ctrl + S): Capture the whole screen. - Activate window (Shift + Ctrl + A): Capture the active program screen. - Activate window Workarea (Shift + Ctrl + T): Captures only the content area where the frame is removed from the screen of the active program. - Fixed Region (Shift + Ctrl + F): You can select an area to capture according to the fixed size size specified in the configuration. - Icon (Shift + Ctrl + I): You can select the program area and the icon will be extracted automatically. - Color Picker (Shift + Ctrl + O): This tool is to extract the desired color from the mouse position on the screen, commonly called color picker. - Specify window size (Shift + Ctrl + E): If you specify a window, you can capture the window after modifying the size of the selected window. - Multiple Menus (Shift + Ctrl + M): If you press the menu capture hotkey while the shell extension menus are displayed by right-clicking the program menu or the program, only the area is extracted correctly. - Last Section (Shift + Ctrl + L): This function recaptures the capture area just used. - Mouse Cursor : Capture the current mouse cursor.