AverMedia Live Capture Bolt GC555 First Impressions: The Best 4K Capture Card Money Can Buy?

Over the last few years, AverMedia has been catching upto Elgato in the race for the best capture card, and both have been trying to get to the top, with each of them continuing to push boundaries further. The competition got much intense when publishers and console manufacturers started pushing 4K gaming to the mainstream. Now, after quite a few months after its release, we’ve finally got our hands on Avermedia’s most expensive capture card yet, the Live Capture Bolt. We spent some time with it, and here are our initial impressions. AverMedia Live Capture Bolt (GC555) Technical Specifications and System Requirements Technical Specifications Interface: Thunderbolt 3 Input: HDMI 2.0.

AverMedia Live Capture Bolt GC555 First Impressions: The Best 4K Capture Card Money Can Buy?

Over the last few years, AverMedia has been catching upto Elgato in the race for the best capture card, and both have been trying to get to the top, with each of them continuing to push boundaries further. The competition got much intense when publishers and console manufacturers started pushing 4K gaming to the mainstream. Now, after quite a few months after its release, we’ve finally got our hands on Avermedia’s most expensive capture card yet, the Live Capture Bolt. We spent some time with it, and here are our initial impressions. AverMedia Live Capture Bolt (GC555) Technical Specifications and System Requirements Technical Specifications Interface: Thunderbolt 3 Input: HDMI 2.0.

AverMedia Live Capture Bolt GC555 First Impressions: The Best 4K Capture Card Money Can Buy?

Over the last few years, AverMedia has been catching upto Elgato in the race for the best capture card, and both have been trying to get to the top, with each of them continuing to push boundaries further. The competition got much intense when publishers and console manufacturers started pushing 4K gaming to the mainstream. Now, after quite a few months after its release, we’ve finally got our hands on Avermedia’s most expensive capture card yet, the Live Capture Bolt. We spent some time with it, and here are our initial impressions. AverMedia Live Capture Bolt (GC555) Technical Specifications and System Requirements Technical Specifications Interface: Thunderbolt 3 Input: HDMI 2.0.

Screenshot Capture is a Chrome extension that simplifies taking snapshots to 2-clicks

Firefox has a built-in screenshot tool which is simple to use, and more importantly easy to access. With Google Chrome however, it’s a different story. Let me explain. Here’s how you can take a screenshot in Chrome. Press F12 to access the developer tools, follow this with the hotkey Ctrl + Shift + P, to open the command panel. Type the word screenshot (in the box that appears) and the browser will display a bunch of options; to capture an area, full size (page), node or a screenshot (of the on-screen content). Select the option and your screenshot is ready. So it takes two keyboard shortcuts, typing a word, and

Edge Web Capture Tool is getting sophisticated subscroller option

Microsoft is upgrading the web capture tool in Edge with a great new capability. The tool already lets you capture a web page longer than the screen by scrolling, but some times web pages have multiple scrollable regions and on such pages, it is not possible to scroll those regions. Microsoft has now added a new flag that enables users to select a sub-region to scroll. The subscroller area selection flag enables users to select selections of subscrollers when using WebCapture or SmartCopy it reads. In practice this is how it works: Currently, the final screenshot produces is not quite right yet, but Microsoft should have that worked out by

Microsoft Edge has A Web Capture Feature Now that Screenshots the Full Page

When it comes to saving web pages for keeping records purpose, there aren’t many good options. The first option people always do is to print, whether to a physical printer or to a PDF printer to save the result in PDF format. But the result always varies, depend on how well the webpage is coded for printing. Some people also use Save As feature to save the entire page as an HTML file. That doesn’t go well either. If you save as simple HTML format, it saves a bunch of unrelated files as well, such as CSS style sheet, javascript file, small image files, etc. Even though you can save

Set program windows to stay on top, capture windowed screenshots using hotkeys with PinMe!

Sticking a window to stay on top is a great way to multitask. You can watch videos while you work, use multiple programs at the same time, or keep important information always visible on the screen. PinMe! is a freeware application which can set program windows to stay on top, control their transparency and even capture windowed screenshots quickly. The program is portable, and the folder size is less than 1MB. PinMe comes with 32-bit and 64-bit versions in the same archive. Select the one compatible with your system’s architecture and run it. PinMe runs as a system tray application. Click on the icon to view its menu. The program

Microsoft Edge is getting a new useful feature ‘Web Capture’

The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is a great browser, but like every other web browsers, Edge is also missing one core function: the ability to capture a screenshot of a website without using Windows 10’s built-in snipping tool. While Microsoft Edge comes with a useful built-in command for capturing screenshots if you use the developer tools, there’s no flexible, effective, and easy solution to capture the website you’re visiting. Microsoft appears to be working on a new feature called ‘Web Capture’ that will allow you to take a full or cropped screenshot of a webpage and you can either copy it to your clipboard or preview it. The preview screen of

ScreenCloud – Ubuntu Screenshot Tool To Capture & Share Screenshot

How to take screenshots on Ubuntu with ScreenCloud and share screenshots on Ubuntu. ScreenCloud for Ubuntu is an app that helps to capture screen on Ubuntu and share it. When you upload a screenshot to ScreenCloud, a link is automatically copied to your clipboard. You can paste this link in an email or IM conversation. The other person can simply click the link and look at your screenshot. ScreenCloud supports uploading to your FTP and SFTP servers. If you provide a URL to your server, ScreenCloud will automatically copy a link to the uploaded file. When you take a screenshot with ScreenCloud, you can choose to save it to your