Greenshot provides a really convenient and effective way to capture screenshots in addition to editing them. It has four main hotkey combinations for the different ways of recording the image you wish to capture. These are: "Impr" to capture and share, "Shift + Impr" to select the region, "Alt + Print" for recording the active window and "Control + Impr" to capture the full screen.
Presumably, the program is called Greenshot because the selected area turns green once selected. In addition, you hear a camera shutter noise when an image has been taken. Once you've taken a shot, you can add arrows, signs, boxes, etc. It can also be preset to automatically save captures in a certain format i.e. JPEG, BMP, GIF and PNG. In addition, you can configure the program to save directly to the clipboard or send captures to the printer.
This is a nice little capture program that does it's job well although the green effects are not really necessary.
- Optimized memory usage
- Added crop tool
- Added clipboard capture
- Added plugin support
- Added Bitmaps as object
- Added filters for wiping sensitive information as was suggested in e.g. [ 2931946 ]
- Added open from file
- Added the captured window title (even when capturing a region) as option for the filename pattern
- Added shadows which where supplied as patch in 2638542 and 2983930
- Added Email as Output (a MAPI supporting Email client should be available)
- Added double-click on icon to open last save location in Windows Explorer (or replacements)
- Changed configuration loading to better support portable Greenshot usage.
- Changed language from compiled resources to flexible xml files, user can add their own languages
- Added “Select all” option for image editor
- Added “Drag to”, you can now drag images or image files to the Greenshot image editor