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screen capture the quality is very bad

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cowboy

Hi

I would like to ask a simple question about the screen capture .

Is It possible to capture the same quality as the original??

I notes that the color is deeper then the original one.

I also tried to fix It with zoom option ,but It cant help .

_ScreenCapture_SetJPGQuality($iQuality) the default is 100 so wont help .

Any Idea ??

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UEZ

Why is JPG not good? I would use PNG instead of BMP.

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I mean JPG is good, but it's quality is not the best. PNG is the best, thats true, but there isn't

_ScreenCapture_SetPNGFormat($iFormat)
I think ;)

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cowboy

I will give a try and reply the result in few min.

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cowboy

Ok thank you very much.

_ScreenCapture_SetPNGFormat($iFormat) help me

PNG vs BMP both of them are good but PNG looks a bit more shiny.

I didnt try jpg.

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clicked

For things like screenshots of dialogs, office apps etc (i.e. single-color backgrounds with lots of important detail) it is hard to beat PNG, which is a lossless compression format that produces very compact image files. JPG might do well on photos, but its fuzzying algorithm plays hell with edges, so it is a poor choice for OCR and other technical image work. BMP is fine except it produces huge files. I go with PNG whenever I have a choice.

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