Ever needed Skitch but on Android? DU recorder is an all round utility and allows you to capture and annotate screenshots form your Android phone. Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Advertisements
In the last instalment of our Greenshot series, we show you how you can edit your screenshots… Photo by Bart Zimny on Unsplash
Following on from the first video in our Greenshot series, this video will show you how to take a screenshot, save it or open it in a Microsoft application… Photo by CG on Unsplash
If you liked #1 Snip it! you are going to love Greenshot. Greenshot is like Snip it but has loads more features to create that perfect screenshot. Whether you are a PC or Mac user, Greenshot is completely free and open source. Some of the key features for Greenshot includes (taken from the Greenshot website): Quickly create… Continue reading #401 Greenshot [1/3]: Free and open source tool for making screenshots on your PC or Mac
Do you always find yourself Googling how to do a screenshot on your Mac? Look no further! This 1 minute video shows you the quickest and easiest ways of how to capture your screen on your Mac.
At MMU we have BB Flashback installed on all of our university machines. It’s a really powerful tool for making screen recordings, but we’re just going to introduce you to it today. If you don’t work at MMU, you can get a 30 day free trial here. No audio on this one, so safe to… Continue reading #41 Introduction to screen capture with BB Flashback
Screen grabs As a Windows 7 user, I find the Snipping Tool extremely useful (as does Kate). However, if you don’t have this on your computer, here are some alternatives: Jing – Another shout out for Jing. Jing is really simple to use and best of all, it’s free. You can download from: https://www.techsmith.com/jing.html Skitch for… Continue reading #8 An introduction to screen grabs