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threedgraphics
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11/03/07 09:03 AM
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hey folks, I am looking for an automated screen capture software (yeah you guessed it free) that will (once started) take screen caps of the screen at what ever inteval that I set up, you know like every minute or something.  I want to create tutorials for editing together affter, and also so I do nto have to keep pressing the Print Screen key every two monutes when I am wrting a tutorial for the eZine.

T.  I do need/ want a video capture, but standard imagtes would be ok. 





adp__
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11/03/07 10:08 AM
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Here is one. Generates AVI files.



browndog1978
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11/04/07 06:30 AM
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Google is your friend. Just search for "screen capture"



threedgraphics
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11/04/07 07:53 AM
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 Everything that I have found is avi for continuous saving of images, I need one that will say take a snap every 30 seconds or something





webwyvern
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11/04/07 02:29 PM
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Hey there. The best software (free) that I found for doing what you want is Wink by Debugmode ( http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ ).

Just setup your capture rate and when it is finished, do an export to html. This will export each image into a folder for you in any image format you select.

 Problem I found with Wink is that it doesn't store the images temporarily so it can quickly fill up your Ram. A 10 minute video is about all I could get when I was using it for video tutorials. But that was capturing 2 frames each second. I'm sure what you are wanting it for will do much better.

If you want a great video tutorial software, I use Bulent's Screen Recorder 4. The whole package (Movie Lab, Movie Studio, Image Lab, and Recorder) goes for $90 USD. It works fantastic! You can watch my latest video tutorial (Importing A Poser Figure Into Hexagon) using it at my website - www.artandprose.com

Hope those help. Good luck.

 





chaspo
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11/04/07 02:49 PM
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I use Irfanview, free, image viewer, filter application and great screen capture with interval settings.

 

http://www.irfanview.com/






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