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TPUCapture Screenshot Utility

Discussion in 'News' started by Dark Ride, Dec 31, 2005.

  1. Dark Ride Mushkin Rep

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    A new and very useful utility created by W1zzard, who is also responsible for ATITool and SysTool.

    With TPUCapture you can easily take screenshots of basicly anything that's on your screen.You can choose to either take a shot of the whole screen, an active window or a part of the screen that you can select with your mouse.

    After you start the program it will automatically be minimized to your system tray. If you want to take a screenshot just press the "PrintScreen" key on the board and the main window will pop up, allowing you to change a few settings and choose a name for the output file.

    The most interesting feature of TPUCapture is that you can instantly upload your screenshots to our TechPowerUp.org image hosting server or you can of course also choose to save your picture to your hard drive (or both at once). After the image is uploaded you get two links in a text box, one of them being a direct URL link to your uploaded picture and the other one with a "[/i]" tag to use on any forum that supports [i]bbcode[/i].

    Pictures can be saved as JPG, PNG and GIF with 3 different levels of JPG compression (Low, Medium & High).

    [B]Download:[/B] [url=http://www.techpowerup.com/wizzard/TPUCapture.exe]TPUCapture[/url] (280kb)
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2006
  2. Migons New Member

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    Hmm, it won't popup from systray...
  3. W1zzard

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    i uploaded a new version .. this initial build was never meant for public posting ..

    now the printscreen and alt+printscreen keys are used as hotkey

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