Screen Capture Features and Tools
1. Select a customized designated area
To begin capturing your screen, Select first a customized designated area and click the camera button.
Customized Designated Areas
The screen capture function is packed with multiple customized designated areas such as:
Shooting method that combines automatic window recognition and manual rectangle setting
For full-screen shooting
Automatically recognizes window
For window menu shooting
Set specific rectangular range Shooting
1.6 Scroll window
Shooting by automatically scrolling a window with vertical long content
Shooting a free shape by clicking the apex
Cut out like a newspaper article
1.9 Others Shape
Rounded corners, rectangles, triangles, diamonds, etc.
1.10 Image Editor
Editing your captured file
After selecting a customized designated area, a magnifying glass will pop up where you can select a range to capture. Below are the features it covers.
A. Shooting Range
If the shooting method is all-in-one, hovering the mouse over the window will automatically target the window. The range of automatic recognition changes depending on the position of the cursor. With one click within the range, you can shoot the automatically recognized range, and by dragging, you can change the shooting range manually.
B. Range Specification Cursor
2. Capturing and Editing
Once the range to capture is specified, the built-in Image Editor will automatically open with the captured image. You can then edit the captured images by adding texts, shapes, lines, highlights, etc.
The functions under the “Image Editor” are as follows:
Copy the shooting range to the clipboard.
Save the file with a name.
Change the shooting range across the entire screen.
Cancels the shooting range. The same action will be taken when pressing “ESC” on the keyboard.
2.5 Editing Function
Draw squares, lines, arrows, etc. directly on the current screen.
2.6 Open Edit Screen
Open the edit screen separately.
The cross line indicates the cursor’s position.
The cursor point is enlarged.
D. Manually set the shooting range
From the starting point, drag it diagonally to the endpoint.