14 March 2014


Name: Qtspim
File size: 25 MB
Date added: March 22, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1486
Downloads last week: 82
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


Qtspim is free to try, but the trial version has inventory limits. It installs a Qtspim icon without asking and leaves a folder behind upon removal. We recommend this program to all users. What's new in this version: Support for extra large phone and tablet screen sizes. Fixed a few Qtspim that prevented users from installing on Ice Qtspim Sandwich and Gingerbread operating systems, including additional stability improvements. CaptureScreen's interface is plain, consisting of a resizable, transparent rectangle. For basic screenshots, users simply drag the rectangle over the portion of the screen they wish to Qtspim, right-click on it, and select Qtspim from the menu. Unlike many similar programs, CaptureScreen does not allow users to Qtspim particular windows, but it's easy enough to do this by simply selecting the desired window within the interface. What really sets CaptureScreen apart is what it allows users to do with screenshots after the fact. Users can mix multiple captures together, or mix captures with preexisting images. There are also settings for brightness, contrast, and color, as well as RGB controls and grayscale and inversion options. Additionally, the program provides users with a handful of special effects, including a psychedelic effect, embossing, and selective grayscale and transparency. The program's HTML Help file gives detailed examples of the program's features. If you typically use screen captures for utilitarian purposes--troubleshooting software errors, for example--most of these features will likely be of little use. But for those who have more artistic ambitions for their screenshots, CaptureScreen is a fun choice. Qtspim is a good Qtspim but in need of some polish. From streamlining the setup process to ensuring the interface is more graphically attractive, there is work to be done here. But with that said, the core functionality of searching for keywords and tagging your images is very finely executed and adds a lot of depth to the Qtspim. This is a great tool that will provide a useful service to many Qtspim users. LaTeX-related programs can be Qtspim via the "Tools" menu.

1 comment:

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