I want to write about Impact (1949), an underrated classic starring gorgeous and engaging Ella Raines and the not-so-gorgeous or engaging Brian Donlevy, but I can’t get screenshots! I can’t work without screenshots. So I am seeking advice.
Generally I use OneNote to capture my Netflix screen as a .png file, but the new Netflix streaming program acts as if I have moved the cursor on the screen when I type the Windows-S to save an image. So I get the tracking bar to appear at the bottom of the screen. (See example.)
My Awesome Screenshot Capture and Annotate program fails me now as well. To tell the truth, I am not sure if it every worked as advertised, but I can certainly tell you now that it is not living up to awesome. Indeed, what does it do?
I have never sought technical help here before, but does anyone have a screen shot program that they use and recommend?
In exchange I will recommend Impact, a very solid and entertaining film chock full of wisdom and insight. This film appears in the categories of noir crime drama genres, but it is in fact a suspenseful romance, one that overcomes the cynical conflict of good and evil and the pettiness of betrayal. I am eager to write more, but not without my screenshots.
So until I get this problem fixed, why don’t you watch Impact. You will be ready to tell me if I am right or wrong when I post my reading of the film later.
- Monosnap: A Fast, Free, Cloud-based, Cross-Platform Screen Capture Application (makeuseof.com)
- Quick way to capture screens to show problems (cybertext.wordpress.com)
- 6 Ways To Take Screenshots On Android (makeuseof.com)