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Print screen to image files help ?!

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CGAnimator

hi every one

I hade the idea of making a program that record what happens on my pc while I'm out.

I know tow or three progs that do so, but I liked the idea of me doing it :whistle: .

So I made the interface, Hotkeys, work routine, but I got stucked with a problem ;) .

The program simulates a print screen button every "n" seconds ,Is it possible to paste every printed screen into a certain file silently ?!!.. or autoit doesn't have any method that can do this ?

Thanx alot

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cppman

LazyCat has a ScreenShot pluging.. Search for lazycat's profile, and look at their autoit programs...

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Ctwizzy

My soln isnt entirely Auto it...

I use an app called Snagit, and I have a script running all day, and every x interval it sends the screen capture keys Alt+PS, it all collects in a folder.

Good luck

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Ctwizzy

My soln isnt entirely Auto it...

I use an app called Snagit, and I have a script running all day, and every x interval it sends the screen capture keys Alt+PS, it all collects in a folder.

Good luck

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Richard Robertson

You double posted. If you are using SnagIt, I assume you are using the COM interface? If you aren't I highly suggest looking into it. I haven't used the COM interface yet, but I am sure it will let you save the files directly.

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