A useful tool that allows you to capture screenshots of application windows or various screen regions with the use of commandline arguments.

  • MiniCap
  • Version :1.35
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Mouser

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MiniCap Description

MiniCap is a utility destined for easy screenshot capturing, while also built with commandline support and with the ability to launch applications.

Good commandline support

One of the main ways to take advantage of the capabilities of this software is via commandline arguments, which enable users to capture screenshots without additional interaction.

For example, the tool can be set to automatically save any captured image using a specified file name. In such cases, the path and file extension need to be defined, along with other parameters.

MiniCap’s commandline support enables users to specify the screen regions or app windows that they want to capture, or to start other applications before capturing the screen, all via written commands.

Multiple region size capture options

Users can also set the software to capture preset regions of the screen, the entire screen, or only the window of and application windows.

Selecting the Scrolling Capture option offers the possibility to capture multiple images. It also allows users to automatically save a captured image and to continue taking another screenshot, or to start a Scrolling Window Capture on an object.

Support for various output formats

MiniCap can save screenshots in multiple formats, including .JPG, .GIF, .PNG, or .TIFF. At the same time, it allows users to modify image attributes before saving them.

The utility can save new screenshots uncompressed, but it is also capable of saving drive space through compressing them right from the start. Additionally, it enables users to change the color depth before saving images, while also offering a preview of the shot.

Images can be printed straight from within the application, by clicking on the Print button at the bottom of its window. Screenshots can also be copied to the clipboard.

In conclusion

All in all, MiniCap can prove a useful tool when it comes to capturing shots of your computer’s screen, though it might appeal the most to those who are fond of using commandline arguments for that.

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