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Best Screen Shot Software?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Thuwacker, May 9, 2012.

  1. Thuwacker

    Thuwacker Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I want to take screenshots of my clients keywords in the SEPRS to show them I've achieved their rankings.

    Can anyone recommend a good FREE screen capture software online?
     
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    mrtwister_65 Regular Member

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  3. Derek Foreal

    Derek Foreal Junior Member

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    I think Techsmith's Snagit is hard to beat, it's not free but a simple G search and you should find plenty of working serials for it.

    One feature I particularly like is you can take a screenshot and upload it to say Flickr all in one click, the url is automatically saved to your clipboard so you can share it or embed it in a forum post. It's really convenient... check it out

    Code:
    http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html
     
  4. sicnarf

    sicnarf Junior Member

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    I like to use Flashgot for Firefox.
     
  5. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I just hit printscreen and use Photoshop to achieve any highlighting/effects I need. Guess I'm kind of simple though... Flashgot looks cool for sure.
     
  6. silvergun

    silvergun Newbie

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    FastStone Capture 5.3. Free, small, and has nice saving functions (auto save, send to editor on capture, etc).
     
  7. restinpeace

    restinpeace Newbie

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    i just use Alt+Print and past it into paint or similiar tool. gimp are great but loading time for gimp is to long, so i think the good old alt+print and paste>paint would fit.
     
  8. Kaistar

    Kaistar Power Member

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    If using Win7 (not sure of earlier versions...) hit Start and type SNIPPING TOOL into the program search. Doddle.
    No need for external programs.

    Rectangular Snip mode is my fav but play with them and see what suits you best.
     
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