Screenpresso has updated its namesake screen capturing tool, to version 1.6.0.
And here’s what’s new in the latest build of the application.
Screenpresso isn’t limited to capturing screenshots, it even capture videos as well. And the new version improves upon this ability by allowing users to record the system sounds in videos (screencast).
This will be very useful for those who make tutorial videos and post them to video sharing services like YouTube. Speaking of which vloggers and video editors will be pleased to know that Screenpresso now allows for modifying the start time and end time of your videos, thus enabling users to clip the video [...]
Microsoft has release a new free application called Snip.
As the name suggests, it is a screen capturing tool, but also allows users to annotate texts, and share it with others. By default, Snip’s capture bar is placed on the top of the screen, right in the center, and is auto hidden. Hover your mouse cursor over the small partially hidden bar to display the entire bar.
You can also drag Snip’s capture bar anywhere around the screen, and it automatically switches to vertical mode when dragged to either side of the screen (also auto hidden).
Microsoft Snip replaces the print-screen key’s function, pressing which will bring up a crosshair. [...]
Microsoft has announced a new update for its Xbox app on Windows 10 and Xbox One.
The Windows 10 app gets a Game DVR for PC Games.
(DVR = Digital Video Recorder)
Recording video clips and sharing them on video services like YouTube isn’t something new. It has been a popular trend, especially amongst gamers and game reviewers. The most popular video-game recording app is Fraps.
But it isn’t the only app with the feature, even Steam allows recording videos, and capturing screenshots. Some games even come with such a feature built-in. An example for this is the recently released sandbox game GTA V for PC, which has a Rockstar editor. It is [...]