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GiPo@ScreenCapture provides provides an easy way to make full screen and current window screenshot.
The GiPo@ScreenCapture pack contains the following components: 
Remote_Screenshot – allows the remote full screen capturing via intranet as well as via Internet. Contains the HTTP/HTTPS server and HTTP client.
Automatic_Screenshot – makes automatically a full screen capture via predefined time intervals.
Screenshot_Integration – integrates into the operating system and catches the standard shortcut key (Print Screen) when you want to make a screenshot.
The Screenshot_Integration replaces the standard shortcut key (Print Screen) and allows you to make screenshots directly to the file or to the printer. You may save screenshot to the image file in the following formats: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF, TGA, PCX, etc. Also you may perform advanced image operations with the screenshots, such as: grayscale an image, invert image colors, resize and rotate an image. If you want to do other operations with the image file, you can write you own script. The Screenshot_Integration automatically executes this script.
The Automatic_Screenshot can work as service Windows NT and as standard windows GUI application. You may configure this tool to make screenshorts via special predefined time intervals, and save the result into the special folder.
The Remote_Screenshot contains two parts: HTTP/HTTPS server and client. With HTTP client you may receive screenshots from the computer where server was installed. Besides, you may administrate access privileges to the server and screenshot image quality (image type, resize, rotate, invert, etc).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to capture a full screen and a current window, save it to the file or send it to the printer in the image file format.
GiPo@ScreenCapture allows to do the following operations with captured images:
– capture screenshot and save it to the file
– capture screenshot and send it to the printer in the image file format
– import captured image into the Microsoft Paint to correct colors
– open screencapture result in the default web browser
GiPo@ScreenCapture Screenshot Features:
GiPo@ScreenCapture allows to capture images from a remote computer with HTTP client, HTTP server or Remote desktop connection.
The GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to capture a full screen and a current window, save it to the file or send it to the printer in the image file format.
The GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to do the following operations with captured images:
– import captured image into the Microsoft Paint to correct colors
– open screencapture result in the default web browser
GiPo@ScreenCapture Remote Screenshot Features:
The GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to capture images from a remote computer with HTTP client, HTTP server or Remote desktop connection.
GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to capture a full screen and a current window, save it to the file or send it to the printer in the image file format.
GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to do the following operations with captured images:
– import captured image into the Microsoft Paint to correct colors
– open screencapture result in the default web browser
GiPo@ScreenCapture Usage:
Usage of the Remote_Screenshot components:

In the part “Remote and standard screencapture possibilities” I wrote that it works like a remote desktop. It means that it captures screen with your own computer (host), and you can copy to clipboard data that was on the screen. So you can use this tool with your own remote computers. For example, you can use it for remote administration.

The first time you launch Remote_Screenshot, it will ask you where to save to. By default, the screenshot will be saved into “Screenshots” folder. After the first launch, it will be asked for username and password. If you want, you can save to another location, or pass the password in the command line.

It is possible to see the program’s status in tray (status bar).

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GiPo@ScreenCapture Crack +

GiPo@ScreenCapture is an handy program that allows you to take screenshots from your computer full screen and current window. There are two versions of this program, one for Windows NT and the other for windows. The difference is that in NT version you must have access privileges to change the registry. In Windows version the environment will not affect the registry. It allows you to remotely take screenshots from other computers. You may receive it from any place in the Internet (or intranet) via HTTP/HTTPS protocol. This functionality is good for remote administering with the help of web sites. You may configure the tool for automatically take screen captures at predefined intervals (1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, etc). You may place it into the startup folder or for automatic working whenever a regular user executes it. The full screen screenshots are saved into the special folder. The local and remote Windows version of GiPo@ScreenCapture allows you to capture from both local and remote machines. The Remote_Screenshot server component allows you to make remote screenshots via Internet. The standard windows and remote screenshot does not use a “Print Screen” key functionality. The windows screenshot integration integrates into the operating system and the key “Print Screen” is replaced. Now you may press Windows key+Print Screen to make a screenshot. You can save the full screen and current window screenshot in BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF, TGA formats, etc. Also you may perform advanced image operations with the screenshots, such as: grayscale an image, invert image colors, resize and rotate an image. The GiPo@ScreenCapture automatically executes your own script. The Automatic_Screenshot component lets you configure the Automatic_Screenshot tool. You can start it as a standard windows application or as a Windows NT service. Also you may install the GiPo@ScreenCapture client as service in the Windows NT to make screenshots at predefined intervals. You can save the result into a special folder, you can receive it via HTTP/HTTPS protocol. The main features are the remote accessing, easy configuration, and the access to the full screen and current window. You may get it from the Internet, intranet, or administrator and you may make screenshots from your own computer.
GiPo@ScreenCapture uses the following technologies: VB.NET,.NET Framework v2.0, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, Visual Web Developer, ADO.NET.

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* Screenshot integration:
* Make automatic screenshot on special time intervals
* Full screen, current window (monitor, not only one)
* Remote
* HTTP server with HTTP client
* Image compression (GIF, BMP, JPG, PNG, TIF, TGA, PCX, etc)
* Whiteboard
* Image properties (*rotate, invert, color)
* Save result into the special folder
*…
System Requirement:
* Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows 2003/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
* 1 GHz processor (or better)
* 12 MB RAM
* 50 MB free space
What’s New in Version 1.3:
* Change default folder to save image files
* Change default image quality to 80 dpi for BMP format

GiPo@ScreenCapture 1.2 and earlier the following components are used:
GiPo@ScreenCaptureDescription:
GiPo@ScreenCapture provides an easy way to make full screen and current window screenshot. The GiPo@ScreenCapture pack contains the following components: Remote_Screenshot – allows the remote full screen capturing via intranet as well as via Internet. Contains the HTTP/HTTPS server and HTTP client. Automatic_Screenshot – makes automatically a full screen capture via predefined time intervals.Screenshot_Integration – integrates into the operating system and catches the standard shortcut key (Print Screen) when you want to make a screenshot. The Screenshot_Integration replaces the standard shortcut key (Print Screen) and allows you to make screenshots directly to the file or to the printer. You may save screenshot to the image file in the following formats: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF, TGA, PCX, etc. Also you may perform advanced image operations with the screenshots, such as: grayscale an image, invert image colors, resize and rotate an image. If you want to do other operations with the image file, you can write your own script. The Screenshot_Integration automatically executes this script.The Automatic_Screenshot can work as service Windows NT and as standard windows GUI application. You may configure this tool to make screenshorts via special predefined time intervals, and save the result into the special folder.The Remote_Screenshot contains two parts: HTTP/HTTPS server and client. With HTTP client you may receive screenshots from the computer where server was installed. Besides, you may administrate access privileges to the server

What’s New in the GiPo@ScreenCapture?

GiPo@ScreenCapture is a cross-platform screen capture component. GiPo@ScreenCapture allows to capture anything on the screen – from local desktop to network desktop. This makes GiPo@ScreenCapture the best tool for remote capturing in a meeting or classroom. You can also create your own rules for automatic capturing of the desktop via predefined time interval.
Download GiPo@ScreenCapture v3.3.50

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Updated GiPo@ScreenCapture to 3.3.50.
Added rule at run-time for automatic screenshot execution.
Enhancements
GiPo@ScreenCapture can capture the whole remote desktop and automatically process the screen capture, to save it into the image file in any image format. You can also capture remote desktop via HTTP/HTTPS and save it into the local image file. You can use the predefined time interval to start automatic capturing, to meet your needs.
GiPo@ScreenCapture stores it’s settings in the local computer, and you can also change them at the run-time.
You can receive screenshots from the local computer or receive screenshots from the computer where server was installed. You can also define the parameters of screenshot via HTTP/HTTPS.
GiPo@ScreenCapture enhanced the standard shortcut key to make a screenshot. You may easily make a screenshot even if the operating system is running in the foreground (as when working in Windows Vista or Windows 7) or in background (as when working in Windows XP).
GiPo@ScreenCapture enhanced the standard shortcut key to make a snapshot (print screen). The shortcut key now works when the operating system is running in the foreground (as when working in Windows Vista or Windows 7) or in background (as when working in Windows XP).
GiPo@ScreenCapture enhanced the standard shortcut key to make a screenshot (print screen). You may easily make a screenshot even if the operating system is running in the foreground (as when working in Windows Vista or Windows 7) or in background (as when working in Windows XP).
GiPo@ScreenCapture enhanced the standard shortcut key to make a snapshot (print screen). The shortcut key now works when the operating system is running in the foreground (as when working in Windows Vista or Windows 7) or in background (as when working in Windows XP).
GiPo@ScreenCapture enhanced the standard shortcut key to make a screenshot. You may easily make a screenshot even if the operating

System Requirements For GiPo@ScreenCapture:

OS: Windows Vista (SP2), Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 1, Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8
Processor: Dual Core CPU, 2 GHz or higher recommended
Memory: 1 GB RAM or more, 4 GB RAM recommended
Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
Video: DirectX 9 graphics card with 1 GB VRAM and 1280 x 1024 resolution, 1024 x 768 resolution recommended
Network: Broadband Internet connection for installation and initial connection to World of

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