Great tools for rapidly creating, resizing, sharpening, annotating screenshots
Category: Computers > Graphics
Asked by: lazy_and_curious-ga
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14 Dec 2005 00:06 PST
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Question ID: 605625
What tools on Linux, Mac, or Windows are great for rapidly creating high-enough resolution screenshots for printing in a book and also lower resolution for fast loading on web pages. I also want a tool that can easily resize, sharpen, annotate, and include a border around an image. We are developing a website and a book that contain lots of screen shots. I've been creating screen shots with TechSmith's SnagIt and resized and sharpened them with IrfanView. Nancy Author of Google Guide, www.googleguide.com
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Re: Great tools for rapidly creating, resizing, sharpening, annotating screensh
From: feldersoft-ga on 24 Dec 2005 22:40 PST
Under linux you can use xv for getting the screen shots, then use the gimp for doing sharpening and bordering.
Re: Great tools for rapidly creating, resizing, sharpening, annotating screenshots
From: danx3-ga on 29 Dec 2005 07:46 PST
Well I always use Adobe Photoshop 7 for that sort of thing. Resolution is easy to adjust when saving. Plus there are alot of other features that ALL help in one way or another :) Hope that helped.
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