Hot on HuffPost Tech:

See More Stories
Engadget for the iPhone: download the app now
AOL Tech

Tag: SCREENGRAB

Post screenshots to Wordpress blogs with a Firefox add-on

On my list of 14 extremely useful Firefox addons I included ScreenGrab for capturing web pages to PNG or JPG images. Today, I replaced it with Screen Grab to Wordpress. As you probably guessed, it's got the same core functionality with one major addition: the ability to send images directly to your Wordpress-powered blog. Configure the URL, username, and password to all your Wordpress blogs an...

QlipBoard lets you make movies from photos

We're always on the lookout or good screencasting software her at Download Squad HQ. While we showing you screenshots of new programs and websites, sometimes you need a video, or at least a whole bunch of photos to really get a point across. QlipBoard is a free application that lets you create a video out of images. You can either load in a series of photos or screenshots and put them in...

Window Clipping helps you make better screenshots

Looking for a free Windows screen capture utility now that FastStone has gone from freeware to shareware? Well, for simple screenshots you can still just hit print screen and paste into your favorite image editor. Or you can use irfanview's screen capture utility to capture individual windows. But if you're looking for something a bit more advanced, you might want to check out Window Clippings....

Create Screenshots or Screencasts with Jing

Here at Download Squad, we're always on the lookout for good screenshot and screencasting utility. Especially free screenshot and screencasting utilities. And it helps if they're cross-platform applications. That's why Jing looks so exciting. It's a free, cross-platform (Mac and Windows) application for taking screenshots or making screencasts. Jing is from the developers of Snagit and Camtasia...

WebShot: Full-page web site screenshots from the command line

In the past I've featured a couple of Firefox extensionsal (Page Saver, ScreenGrab) that you can use to grab a screenshot of an entire web page, top to bottom. In case those aren't your cup of tea, or if you just don't use Firefox, here's another alternative: WebShot. It's a free Windows app that you run from the command line. It has a number of options for you to tweak, including the width and...