8 comments

  1. MK

    I’ve been using FastStone Capture for years (the free version) and still haven’t been able to find a replacement for it. Great application.

    EasyCapture looks very promising, with a tabbed interface and all, but the image quality is a turn-off, makes me go back to FSCapture. I’m still looking for its new release.

  2. Rarst

    @MK

    Yeah, FCapture feels reaaaaly polished. Nothing unneded, great usability.

    Hadn’t tried EasyCapture. I’ll check it out.

  3. The DataRat

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    Been using IcoFX for icon extraction. Never tried Fast Stone for
    screen capture, but have been happy with Greenshot.

    http://greenshot.sourceforge.net/

    Appreciate the tip on Image Grabber. Just downloaded it, and shall
    try it out soon.

    Have been using VLC for both video re-play and frame capture.

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    The DataRat

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  4. The DataRat

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    Well, tried Image Grabber. Installed and started ok. But
    couldn’t get it to work in either .wmv, .flv or .avi files
    …90% of what I work with !

    Guess I’ll stick with using the screen-grab faculty in VLC.

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    The DataRat

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  5. Marc Achtelig

    Maybe good additions to this post are the checklist of criteria for selecting a screen capture tool at http://www.indoition.com/screen-capture-tool-choosing.htm, as well as the list of screen capture tools on the same web site.

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